Category: NDMO

False tsunami warning rocks Honiara

admin- May 21, 2019

There is no tsunami threat for the Solomon Islands. Photo credit: A false tsunami warning disseminated to members of the public at midday today ... Read More

NDMO awaits cyclone Liua assessment reports

admin- October 3, 2018

Effects of the recent Tropical Cyclone Pam in Temotu Province. Photo: Courtesy of World Vision Solomon Islands. The National Disaster Management Office, NDMO, is waiting ... Read More

Above normal rainfall predicted for March and May

admin- February 28, 2018

Rain in South Guadalcanal. Above normal rainfall is predicted for most parts of Solomon Islands for the period from March to May 2018 except for ... Read More

NDMO steps in to address Gizo water shortage

admin- January 19, 2018

A well in the Gizo school teachers' compound Officials from the National Disaster Management Office in Honiara visited Gizo, Western Province to assess the water ... Read More

Disaster office determines impact of Guadalcanal floods

admin- December 6, 2017

A flooded potato garden in Central Guadalcanal The National Disaster Management Office is conducting an initial situational overview of areas affected by the recent heavy ... Read More

Reef Islands’ water unfit for use after Tinakula eruption

admin- November 13, 2017

The Tinakula volcano. Photo: Lata Met Office/Luke Lapoe A water quality test conducted by the National Disaster Management Office showed that water in the Reef ... Read More


admin- January 14, 2017

                                         Permanent Secretary of the Ministry ... Read More