Our Vision

To inspire women to realise their full potential, importance and status, and be increasingly recognised and heard in Solomon Islands' Society.

Our Mission

To promote, develop and empower women's  participation as  business owners in the private sector.

SIWIBA Third General Meeting SIWIBA Third General Meeting

The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) held its third general meeting yesterday at the SIWIBA Business...

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SIWIBA Successfully Host Combined Mere’s Market & Mini Trade Fair
SIWIBA successfully held their combined SIWIBA Mere’s Market & Mini Trade Fair jointly supported by the Australian High Commission through its funding support to Mere’s Market and SIWIBA.

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SIWIBA ‘Women in Business’ Radio Program Launch

The Solomon Islands Women in Business Association (SIWIBA) today announces the launch of its new “Women in Business” radio program with SIBC....

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SIWIBA Mini Trade Fair Coming Soon
Join SIWIBA on the 4th to 8th of July on its first ever women mini trade fair at the National Art gallery.
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Dreaming of becoming a business woman ? SIWIBA offers you Business Training , Skills Training, Business Mentoring , Marketing Event and more.

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Workshops & Trainings
SIWIBA offers members with formal registration on food services cooking training on the 9th to 13th May Sign up now at SIWIBA office room 47 NPF Plaza .
2016 second Meres Market
SIWIBA Meres Market is coming soon, wanting to know more on our upcoming Meres Market contact us or visit us at NPF plaza Room 47
Nerolyn's Journey
In the year 2000 Nerolyn Ronald Silas was left with 4 children when her husband took off.

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Floral Training with Anne Maedia

Written by Members Helpdesk on .

Ann Meadia, owner of Solomon Islands Women in Art, is a champion for the empowerment of women in business. She is passionate about sharing her skills with women and assisting women to be self-reliant.  Ann, who is also trained as a registered nurse, started out doing floral arrangements as a hobby.  In 2004 she decided to expand her skills in floral design and trained as a florist at Tandra Flowers in Fiji. In 2006 she attended training at the Pacific Women’s Art Centre in Auckland, New Zealand which led to her starting her own business.  "I was encouraged to start my own business from seeing Pacific women doing floriculture during the trainings I attended overseas."

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EmailSolomon Islands Women in Business Association
Room 48, NPF Plaza,
Prince Philip Highway,
Honiara, Solomon Islands
Telephone : +677  28386 (BDC)
Telephone : +677 28387 (Secretariat)