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The Solomon Islands, in the heart of the Pacific, relies on expensive imported fuel for nearly 100% of its electricity. It has some of the highest energy costs in the world, and one of the lowest rates of connection in the world; just 9% of Solomon Islanders are connected to the electricity grid. This is the story of Melody and James, who live in Honiara, the Solomon Islands capital.
This are Solomon Island students studying in Fu Jen catholic university in 2014. The group was original called RUTEKU , in Solomon island translation. So sorry that the video didn't started according to the starting of the song but we manage to capture a handful. Thanks to my fellow 2014 scholarship recipient for the general co-operation and wish you all a successful future.
Tapping Tuna’s Potential in the Solomon Islands - Managed professionally, the tuna industry has the potential to make a bigger contribution to Solomon Islands’ economy, says Cynthia Wickham, the Fresh and Frozen Manager at National Fisheries Development, a company based in Noro. To help her country tap into that potential she is using the skills she learned from a Bachelor of Applied Science (Fisheries) at the Australian Maritime College in Hobart, Australia, to manage tuna export to markets around the world. If you are Australia Global Alumni too, you can get connected at: https://globalalumni.gov.au Ask us a question: email@example.com
Isabel law student performing at the 39 independence day 2017
Fragile But Hopeful: Short Stories from the Solomon Islands by Ana Clara Oliveira Garner and Peter Nelson An interactive documentary about the Solomon Islands Expedition 2017. City University of Hong Kong 脆弱之外，希望之內：所羅門群島小記
Watching her family home become increasingly threatened by rising sea levels spurred Kristina Fiddali on to pursue an Australia Awards scholarship in climate science so that she could help her community and country face this growing problem. Kristina’s interest in climate change began when she realized that her family home in the Solomon Islands – which her father had built over a lifetime – was increasingly threatened by rising sea levels. In 2012 she took up an Australia Awards Scholarship to study a Masters of Climate Change at the Australian National University’s Crawford School of Public Policy. She feels it was the opportunity of a lifetime as she was able to learn from some of the great minds in the area of climate change today. The experience also allowed her to develop perso...
This band consist of some solomon Islands boys studying at the University Of South Pacific (U.S.P). This video is taken during a Friday Night Jam Session at the Student Bar. The Boys in the Band comes from different band/groups in the Solomons. When they form up this Band, they called themself 'CHORD CHANGE! The ones in the band are: Willie Khadi (Singer/raggamuffin) is with 56HOPROD & TUNTOON VIBRATION, Peter Sope (Singer/raggamuffin)N2 Krew, Ala (Keys) P121, Lipi (Bass) URBAN RHYME, Ronnz (Drums) MUDDYBANKAZ, & Joash (Guitarist).
2015 dancing group during SILSA night
Honiara Climate Change Adaptation Plan development and implementation opportunities. Presented at a Global Compact Cities Programme Forum, 18th June 2015 at RMIT University, Melbourne. Project funded as part of the United Nations Human Settlement Programme (UN Habitat) Cities and Climate Change Initiative. For more information go to: http://citiesprogramme.org