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THE Girls Rise Up! Project in Honiara would this year like to reach further out to the provinces to support more adolescent girls in rural Solomon Islands where they face particular risks. Project Manager for YWCA Kristina Saueha said there is a need for expansion of the project to the...
BY JOY OFASIA NOT every young Solomon Islander sees nail art as a fashion that is very important in keeping their nails shiny and healthy. 23-years-old Greimei Ezra who is ethnically from Malaita and Guadalcanal recalled nail art as her hobby since childhood. Greimei calls nail art a hobby to make her...
BY JOY OFASIA DURING a recent workshop with women journalists in Honiara, participants finding mentors who shared wisdom, advice, and on-the-job experience in sports journalism. The two-day interactive sports media training workshop - ‘An Introduction to Mobile Storytelling’- was held at the King Solomon Hotel, Honiara. The training was facilitated by...
BY JOY OFASIA LALITA Atangaoi Hong is a 23-year-old student who shares her experience and passion for Journalism in an exclusive interview with Solomon Women reporter, Joy Ofasia. The final year student, Lalita Hong, now hopes to graduate from Solomon Islands National University (SINU) journalism and media program in Honiara. “To be...
HUNDREDS of women paraded the streets of Honiara on 8 March 2021 to mark International Women’s Day (IWD). This annual event is celebrated around the world under various themes. For this year, the theme is: “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world.” The theme celebrates the tremendous efforts...
BY JOY OFASIA ON the occasion of 2021 International Women’s Day, Human Development Counsellor under Australian government’s Department Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), Julie McCallum said Australia takes pride in many accomplishments of women of the Solomon Islands during the pandemic. This year’s theme #ChooseToChallenge aims to encourage all women to...
BY JOHN HOUANIHAU THE theme for 2021 International Women’s Day is very fitting and timely, which is women in leadership to achieve an equal future in this COVID-19 health crises, according to the Minister of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs, Hon. Freda Rotutafi Rangirei. The Minister of Women, Youth, Children...
BY JOY OFASIA LOCAL women leaders have no shortage of inspiring stories to share. The journey to starting their career, the challenges they overcame, the growth they’ve experienced, and the lives they’ve impacted. To celebrate this year’s Women’s International women’s day, a senior public servant, Elsie Ningalo Taloafiri encouraged local...
BY JOY OFASIA SOLOMON Islands Prime Minister’s wife Emmy Sogavare used 2021 International Women’s Day to pay tribute to some of women involved in the fight against corona-virus. Madam Sogavare praised the skill, dedication and hard work of women front-liners as an inspiration to for the people of Solomon Islands. “This...
BY JOY OFASIA THIS year’s annual event to celebrate International Women’s day is an opportunity to focus on our local women's ongoing achievements, and contributions despite facing challenges, particularly during the pandemic. People with Disability Solomon Islands Project officer, Stella Waioha said over the past few years, she has seen many...