WHO recommends groundbreaking malaria vaccine for children at risk

Frank Short 07-Oct-2021

Historic RTS,S/AS01 recommendation can reinvigorate the fight against malaria

17 year old student sees health care for the elderly and infants as primary community concerns in the country

Frank Short 07-Oct-2021

Freelance journalist Jimmy Nolan writing in the Solomon Times Online today tells the story of young Ambrose Wate from South Malaita and a student at S

Lifestyle changes needed in the SI to prevent and control diabetes, including diet and exercise

Frank Short 06-Oct-2021

Writing in the UK’s Daily Mail today Eleanor Hayward predicts that one in ten in the UK will have diabetes by 2030.

MEHRD pledges to improve teachers’ welfare, but doesn’t say how and when

Frank Short 06-Oct-2021

The Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development has promised it will strengthen all initiatives to improve teachers’ welfare.

The Solomon Islands requires collective brains to establish effective security policies and strategic approaches, says SINU Professor

Frank Short 06-Oct-2021

A shift in the National Security context in Solomon Islands needs more theoretical knowledge to address, says Professor David Gegeo of the Solomon Isl

Building a Stronger Media Association of Solomon Islands with funding and equipment support from Australia

Frank Short 06-Oct-2021

The Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) will be better equipped to carry out it’s important role of building a skilled, independent and

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