SOLTUNA DONATED 10 cartons of its products toward the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association’s (SIWBA) Meres’ Market currently held at the Art Gallery.
Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has funded the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) with a 3 years package worth SBD$3.2 million.
Australia has reaffirmed its support for the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association, announcing further funding of more than SBD$3 million dollars for the organisation. The funding was announced by the Australian High Commissioner Andrew Byrne this morning at the Mere’s Market, held at the Honiara Art Gallery grounds.
On a remembered day on which tens of thousands of brave American women took to the streets of New York to advocate their right to vote, SIWIBA members took to the streets of Honiara yet again to demonstrate their abilities as capable businesswomen.
The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) organized livestock and horticulture training for its members in the months of August to October 2014.
SIWIBA women were among many vendors selected to set up booths to greet a cruise boat that graced the local shores.
Ten SIWIBA members were handpicked by the Secretariat to participate with other associations in displaying their artifacts and creative local styles for visiting tourists.
Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) has appointed its new Coordinator. She is Ms. Nina Rachel Tuhaika.
About 40 members of the Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) has successfully completed a one-week workshop on Piggery and Poultry training at the Dioceses of Guadalcanal Conference Room at All Saints Compound last week.