• Better Counselling Services for Domestic Violence Victims Gets National Support

    Solomon Islands’ first Domestic Violence Counselling Guidelines will soon be available publicly to help improve...
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  • MWYFCA Promotes Physical Fitness Among Staff

    The Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs (MWYCFA) is talking up the initiative to promote physical...
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  • Improving Support for Women and Girl Survivors of Sexual and Gender-based Violence

    Support for women and girl survivors of sexual and gender-based violence continues to improve as SAFENET Referral...
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  • Research report on Social Impacts of Logging on Women and Girls in Solomon Islands launched

    Minister for Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs Freda Belinda Adeline Tuki, has launched a research...
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  • Provincial services gather in Honiara to improve support for women and girl victims of sexual and...

    About 80 service providers from Malaita, Isabel, Temotu, Western and other provinces have gathered in Honiara to find...
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  • Women in Solomon Islands

    Latest official statistics on women in Solomon Islands.

    Population of Solomon Islands
    Women in Senior Public Servant Positions
    Women in Mid-level Positions
    Women in Paid Work
  • Youth in Solomon Islands

    Latest official statistics on youth in Solomon Islands.

    Youth population of Solomon Islands
    Unemployment rate amongst 15-19 year olds
    Premature deaths in adults that result from behaviours begun during adolescence and youth
  • Children in Solomon Islands

    Latest official statistics on children in Solomon Islands.

    Children aged 5–11 that are involved in child labour activities
    Children aged 2-14 years that have experienced a form of violent discipline
    Children that have experienced bullying in schools
    Girls experienced sexual abuse before age 15