BY SAMIE WAIKORI
PREMIER of Malaita Province Hon Peter Channel Ramohia says his administration has always been supporting women of the province with the issues they face.
Mr Ramohia made the statement during the official opening of three-day AGM of Malaita provincial council of women which started yesterday in Auki.
He said his government is doing the best they can to help with the issues faced by women in Malaita province.
“The MPG never forgets women in the province and we are doing what is upon our capabilities to support issues of concern for women.
“In doing that, recently the MPG has launched the Women Empowerment and Development Policy 2018 to 2022 as a roadmap for women to work upon.
“This policy has provided an avenue that both MPG and women councils or groups in the province to work together on a same line for common achievement,” he said.
The premier also said that he believes women leadership can change the society if they were given the opportunity.
Ramohia said if more women are engaged in leadership, development will be different from what is experienced now.
He urged the council of women to continue working harder to raise the voice of the women of Malaita province.
“One important massage I want to remind you is let space for god in anything you do, since without his there’s nothing,” Ramohia said.