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BY JOY OFASIA FIVE women are among the 17 candidates standing for election for the Solomon Islands People’s First Party (SIPFP). They are Joyce Konofilia, who will contest in East Honiara, Selina Berah in West Guadalcanal, Nelly Nori in Temotu Pele, Lucy Kasimwane in Ulawa Ugi and Trish Dalu in West...
BY JOY OFASIA “WE need to make change!” These are the words of the president of the Solomon Islands People’s First Party, Ms Joyce Konofilia, who launched her campaign on Friday 15 Febuary at the Solomon Islands National University. Ms Konofilia is an intending candidate of the East Honiara Constituency for the...
TSI Calls on UNDP/SECSIP’s Gender and Women’s Political Leadership Advisor to Extend Call to Government Transparency Solomon Islands whilst agreeing with the sentiments voiced by the UNDP/SECSIP’s Gender and Women’s Political Leadership Advisor, carried by Island Sun Newspaper on the role of media to inform citizens to make right choice,...
FIVE aspiring women candidates will be contesting the National General Elections under the Democratic Alliance Party (DAP) banner. The five women are Caroline Laore to contest the Shortland Islands Constituency, Mary Alalo for Temotu Vatud Constituency, Jacobeth Varimaneiria for Central Guadalcanal Constituency, Everlyn Tugea Tautai for North Guadalcanal Constituency and Mary...
Ministry of Health and Medical Services now has a new Permanent Secretary- Pauline Boseto McNeil. With the new addition to the number of female Permanent Secretaries in the country, this now brings the total number to four women. Women from all backgrounds across the country and especially women in the health...
Director of Vois Blo Mere Solomon Islands has called on aspiring women politicians to know their purpose and be prepared for big events coming up this year. This comes as the country organizes to go into polls for the national general elections and the provincial government elections. The National General Elections...
BY JOY OFASIA NO one can even begin to understand the agony of a handicapped person. What he/she must go through every day and how they cope with life. People who constantly remind them of their disability surround them. But, their disability is not their inability, because they can still...
TO serve people in the community is Margaret Bunabo’s passion. Margaret, 24, from Malaita province, has been playing the role of a good leader from a young age. She left high school in 2015 with completing Form four at Kolale High school but joined the Youth@ Work programme in Honiara in...
MOTHERHOOD can be the most beautiful experience any women can have but it can also be the hardest when she has no one to share the responsibility of parenthood. Maevalyn Kokoa, 60, has shouldered the load usually carried by two people for more than 30 years. Back in 1982, Maevalyn’s husband...
A workshop to promote provincial women leaders attracted more than 20 women last week. Alice Hou, President of the Guadalcanal Province Council of Women, said that coming together gave the women the chance to discuss their views on working together closely with provincial executives to promote political participation of women...