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Two-day life skills training for USPSI Campus female students

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The University of South Pacific, through its women’s representative, has taken a significant step by initiating a two-day life skills training for registered female students at the University of South Pacific Solomon Islands campus.

The training is being held at the multipurpose hall upstairs as part of USPSA SI’s efforts to promote and empower women in the entrepreneurship industry. The training started today, May 23, and will finish tomorrow, May 24.

It will be conducted by the USPSA-SI in partnership with Mrs. Serah, a qualified and registered businesswoman who succeeded in her unique way from a very humble beginning.

During the opening ceremony, Mrs. Serah acknowledged the USPSA-SI executives for recognizing her as the facilitator.


In response, the president of the USPSA-SI campus, Mr. Alwin Maesulia, expressed his appreciation to Mrs. Serah and her team for accepting the proposal to facilitate the training. The training focuses mainly on women’s basic life skills such as sewing, floral arranging,  dyeing, and cooking.

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