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Manemahaga says the verification process took longer than they anticipated, thus the delay in the roll out of ESP for applicants.

Stimulus Package to Roll Out This Week

Monday 28th September 2020 Recipients for the economic stimulus package are expected to be contacted this week.
Sogavare says whilst dealing with a pandemic of global proportions, Solomon Islands continues to battle with the incremental effects of climate change and the negative impacts it has on the livelihood, security and well being of its people.

Solomon Islands Calls on Countries to Continue to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

“Solomon Islands will continue to reduce its carbon footprint”, says Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare.
Maka’a said tackling misinformation is a challenge because of how fast bad news spreads.

Tackling Misinformation a Real Challenge: Maka’a

Tackling misinformation online is a real challenge, a Media Association of Solomon Islands (MASI) executive says.
According to the ADTI, adventure tourism activities include bird watching, camping, caving, climbing, kayaking, white-water rafting, sailing, scuba diving, surfing and trekking.

Solomon Islands Improves Adventure Tourism Ranking

While Coronavirus (COVID-19) has severely impacted the Solomon Islands tourism industry, the country has nevertheless achieved strong success in improving its global ranking as a destination for adventure tourism.
Philippines has recorded a total of 297,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 with 5,127 deaths. 232,000 have recovered from the deadly virus.

Funding Assistance to Bring Students in Philippines Home Transparent: Government

In the true tenets of good governance, transparency and accountability, government says it has detailed funding assistance from local companies who responded positively to assist governement in bringing the students in Philippines home.