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BY JOY OFASIA THE coronavirus crisis has clearly shown the existing inequalities experienced by people living with disabilities in societies in the Solomon Islands especially in ensuring access to life-saving information in responding to the pandemic. As the government continues to regulate new laws to manage the pandemic from entering the...
BY JOY OFASIA SOLOMON Islanders with People Living with Disabilities are largely left out of the government and private sector coronavirus response despite being individually affected by the effects of the global pandemic, says Elena Kelly, a young woman living with disability from the Guadalcanal province. Elena is a second-year student...
BY JOY OFASIA JUSTINA Radclyffe’s background profession was a physiotherapist. But after she realised her passion in life is fashion, she decided to pursue a business entrepreneurship career in the Solomon Islands emerging fashion industry. In 2014 Justina founded the Association Solomon Islands in Creative Fashion (ASICF) - a non- profit...
BY JOY OFASIA MARILYN Ghedi, the Solomon Islander who previously gained nationwide fame for her conservation works on Arnarvon Islands. She has a never-ending passion for environmental conservation and devoted her life to advocacy and conservation works to preserve the marine and wildlife biodiversity at the famous Arnarvon Islands Community and...
BY JOHN CHRISMA IF there was any question about the interest of rural women to register their interest and affiliation to the newly launched North West Guadalcanal Development Association at Pisei village in the Aruligho Community, the Chairman of the Association, Simon Chottu has the answer to it. Hundreds of rural...
BY JOY OFASIA MORE recently in New Zealand coronavirus cases have forced seasonal workers to take masks, social distancing, and other safety precautions seriously to prevent the COVID-19 transmission in their workplace, leaving them stressed to return home to their families back home. “Things were a little different even though we...
BY JOY OFASIA AGRICULTURE is one specific area where microfinance trainings or finance education has tailored itself to the needs of rural women farmers in the Solomon Islands. Nowadays, it has become a catalyst to help the rural women farmers in the country; and over time it has developed rural...
BY JOY OFASIA THE impact of the COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, has had a positive and negative impact on the majority of businesses in the Solomon Islands. While the country has yet to confirm a case of the virus, there are many consequences already being felt in a...
BY TAVAKE SIMON HANA’AROA FOR long the women, youth and children of Guadalcanal have been marginalized when it comes to decision making on land and other resources development. Their demands as citizens of Guadalcanal to be recognized for their cultural rights and their inclusion in the structures of government have been...
BY JOY OFASIA GUADALCANAL Provincial Council of Women (GPCW) has held a day's financial literacy and skills management – capacity building training workshop for women in business in Visale, North West Guadalcanal. The event, held in collaboration with the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) – entrepreneurship project, was aimed at...