SIWIBA Acknowledge Companies for Support

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SIWIBA Mere’s Market received one stove worth $1,600 and a set of solar worth $4,100 from Solomon Origin Gas and Island Enterprise during yesterday’s event at the National Art Gallery.

Receiving the donation was SIWIBA’s Coordinator Nina Tuhaika and Mere’s Market Chairlady, Melanie Poloso.

Ms. Tuhaika thanked both Solomon Origin Gas and Island Enterprise on behalf of the Board, Secretariat and members of SIWIBA for recognizing the efforts of the Association.

Z FM Supports SIWIBA Meres Market

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Solomon Islands first ever FM station, “Z FM” has given SIWIBA Meres Market free promotion production for its upcoming Meres Market in October.

SIWIBA acknowledge Sea Shell Training

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Many craft-based small businesses begin with a lot of raw materials and creativity like seashell crafting.For Solomon Islands with access to a good source of shells, such as around public and coastal areas, the opportunity to start a business might turn into a handsome profit.

SIWIBA Board and Staff under goes Training

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A corporation without a system of corporate governance is often regarded as a body without a soul or conscience. As important for many organizations, SIWIBA board and staff had successfully ends a three days training on cooperate governance over the week.

SIWIBA meets with Ambassador Kalu

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The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) had a brief meeting with the Solomon Islands Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia, H.E Mr. Salana Kalu in Honiara.

SIWIBA Board Meets with FSII Executives

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Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) had an opportunity to meet with members of the Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) CEO Benjamin Afuga and Ishmael Nori.

SIWIBA 's Courtesy Visit to Prime Minister

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The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) made a courtesy call to Honourable Prime Minister Manasseh   Sogavare where they formally introduced theAssociation as well as presenting some ofther immediate goals in the near future.

SIWIBA Hands Over PNG Trip Report to Funders

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The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) last week completed visitation to funders who supported their recent trip to Papua New Guinea (PNG) to handover their report.

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