Category: Surveys

12.7% OF SI POPULATION CLASSIFIED AS “POOR”

Sibc News- April 11, 2016

Map of Solomon Islands. Photo credit: World Atlas. About 12.7 percent of the population in Solomon Islands are classified as "poor" according to a newly ... Read More

SINCW CALLS FOR NEW STUDY INTO GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE

Sibc News- April 8, 2016

SINCW President Ella Kauhue. Photo credit: SIBC. The Solomon Islands National Council of Women (SINCW) is calling on the National government to carry out a ... Read More

PM LAUNCHED PUBLIC SECTOR SURVEY 2015

Sibc News- February 12, 2016

Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare (L) receives the report from Australian High Commissioner Andrew Burne (R) in the presence of Chairman of the Public Service Commission ... Read More

FSII CONDUCTED ONLINE SURVEY ON PAYMENT TO EX-COMBATANTS

Sibc News- January 29, 2016

FSII CEO Benjamin Afuga. Photo credit: FSII. Forum Solomon Islands International (FSII) has conducted an online survey into the recent $3 million payout made by ... Read More

ANGLICAN PARISHIONERS IN NORTH OPPOSE WOMEN PRIESTS IDEA

Sibc News- January 17, 2016

SIBC North Malaita stringer John Andrew Kiri. Photo credit: SIBC. Anglican Church of Melanesia parishioners in North Malaita say they do not support the idea ... Read More

GOV’T INVITES CONSULTANTS FOR BASELINE SURVEY

Sibc News- January 13, 2016

The tailings dam at the Gold Ridge mine. Photo credit: Pacific Scoop. The National Government has invited all eligible consultant services to send their submissions ... Read More

NATIONAL-BASED RWASH SURVEY GOING WELL

Sibc News- November 21, 2015

RWASH staff and enumerators having a go with collecting data using smart phones. Photo credit: MHMS. The National-based survey on Rural Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene ... Read More