Donna Marie Wate
Marie’s Private Clinic
Marie’s Private Clinic provides quality and affordable basic healthcare for low income earners in the Solomon Islands, and have a specific focus on women and children.
Mama’s Mushrooms specialises in the production of high end, healthy produce such as microgreens and mushrooms. They train single mothers in the highly technical process of indoor farming and then help them establish their own small scale farm before linking them to big markets.
For 6000 school dropouts in the Solomon islands each year, there are only 400 jobs available. MiTutor is a preventative model that supports high school students who are at risk of dropping out by giving them work experience and training.
Lady Grace Network
Lady Grace Network provides training to unemployed women and connects them to employment opportunities.
Madeira Gatu Manepuhi
Crez Home Based Care
Crez Home Based Care provides quality, affordable home-based nursing services and palliative care to urban and rural communities in the Solomon Islands.
Sarklok produces and provides affordable sanitation products (slabs, seat raisers, sanitary pads, soap, hand washing basin) for low income earners. They have a specific focus on improving the health and hygiene of women and girls.
Tasty Island Treats
Tasty Island Treats is Fiji's only artisanal fresh fruit ice pop maker. Using locally sourced ingredients, each pop is handcrafted, vegan, gluten-free, with no additives or artificial colours. They're collaborating with women in developing a "business incubator” to facilitate access to a commercial kitchen.
Dignity Pasifik empowers young mothers in the Solomons Islands by providing them with personal and professional training, direct and indirect employment, assistance in obtaining high school certifications and advocating for policy changes.
Purpose Plantations is a Samoan diversified farm addressing sustainable commercial farming in a green economy, all whilst providing skills development and employment opportunities for families. Its vision is to provide all Samoans access to a variety of locally grown, nutritious food.
Thelma Ninjipa Kavanamur
Imbonggu Baskets provides a safe and economical way for local weavers to earn an income at home by providing them with product design guidance and market access.