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BY JOY OFASIA LOCAL registered medical nurse, Monica Wale will leave the Solomon Islands to work in Australia’s age care industry after serving 20 years at the Kilu’ufi hospital in Malaita province. She had been recently graduated with a Certificate III in Individual Support Aging, Home and Community after completing six...
BY JOY OFASIA MELVINA Tango is among the first female Solomon Islanders to be recruited under the Pacific Labour Scheme to work in Australia’s aged care sector this year. It is a major milestone for her since an Australian employer has recruited her through the Pacific Labour Scheme (PLS)...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA THE increasing number of women and girls who graduated from Technical Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) programs each year have earned praise and respect from the government and its development partners. The opportunity offered by the Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) for young women and girls in...
BY JOY OFASIA EMPLOYMENT of women has now been widely accepted phenomena in Solomon Islands' present society. Social and economic urban challenges faced in the country have now broken the traditional norm of not allowing women to pursue high education and employment. The parents, husbands, and society are now approving the...
BY ESTHER NURIA ANNSMITH Hahe Alatala has recently celebrated her educational achievement with a certificate recognition in Applied Fashion Design and Technology. She with support from the Australian Government underwent six months of study training at the Australia Pacific Training Coalition (APTC) in Suva, Fiji in 2019. Her breakthrough...
BY JOY OFASIA EDUCATION is one of the most critical areas of empowerment and lifetime development for women and girls in the Solomon Islands, Florence Young Christian School Secondary Teacher Mrs. Monica Gwaite’e, affirmed. Among the majority of children not attending schools and among illiterate adults in the country are believed...
BY JOY OFASIA A Gender Equality and Gender-Based Violence (GBV) awareness and advocacy workshop was organized by the Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs (MWYCA) for the Stages of Change (SOC) Women’s Theatre Group. The workshop was held on Wednesday 22 to 24 Friday, January at the Ministry of Women Conference room...
BY JOY OFASIA WOMEN in the rural areas in the Solomon Islands needs more training to be carried out in the communities in the provinces. Stated in the policy it recognizes women and men as equal partners in the development of Solomon Islands. Therefore women need the training to broaden their...
BY JOY OFASIA GIVING voice to the marginalized populace and empowering women are the goals of a newly established community organization in Burns Creek, East Honiara. Small Stone Group trains women, disabled and elderly people who many times are forgotten or overlooked through the decisions made by government and community leaders in...
BY ESTHER NURIA     VISITING Taiwanese youth, under the ‘International Youth Ambassadors Exchange Program’ Ms. Yang, Yi-Tang has aspired to take on an employment volunteerism challenge in the Solomon Islands. Ms. Yang is a member of the Taiwanese Youth Ambassadors that have recently visited the Honiara and she hoped to...