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The Solomon Islands has an abundance of natural resources that have provided substantial livelihoods for a population of approximately 600,000 people. The Solomon Islands are made up of many individual Islands (some 992 islands, of which 347 are inhabited).

It belongs to the LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES group.
The government, to strengthen the country’s economy, is prioritizing PALM OIL DEVELOPMENT, MINERAL PROSPECTING, value added activities in FISHERIES & FORESTRY, and is putting emphasis in the development of TOURISM and AGRICULTURE. Tourism and Agriculture are the only services that seems to have, currently, chances to grow in the coming years.

WORLD WAR II had a significant impact on the Islands and its people. There were heavy losses of life on all sides and names of key battle sites like BLOODY RIDGE, RED BEACH, SKYLINE RIDGE and HENDERSON FIELD remain to mark the brutal campaign. The Solomon’s have one of the highest concentrations of World War II wrecks in the Pacific. The famous IRON BOTTOM SOUND, just off Honiara. It features: aircraft, ships, submarines, oil tankers, navy destroyers, mine sweepers, and Japanese sea planes. The Americans and the Japanese have a lot of sentimental value towards the Solomon Islands, due to the conflict of World War II. 

John F. Kennedy (35th U.S. President) also served in the Solomon Islands during World War 2. A ship he was on was rammed by a Japanese destroyer, killing 2, and badly burning another. The rest were sent sprawling into the water. They spent hours trying to cling to the wreckage before swimming three-and-a-half miles to the nearest island. Realizing they wouldn’t survive there for long, John F. Kennedy lead a swim to a larger island to the north. Upon arriving he, and a colleague (George Ross) left the other men and went in search of fresh water and food. They discovered 2 Solomon Islanders who saved their lives, after running away (thinking they were Japanese) and discovering the rest of their crew.



The natural abundance of sunshine will also aid in starting a bee + honey project. This is helped by the fact that the Solomon Islands is pollution free, unlike most of the rest of the world.


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Gwismate Group Limited and its susbsidaries are owned by 11 persons. It will feature:

  • Automatic hatchery/brooder plant capable for hatching 150,000 LAYER and BROILER CHICKS/ MONTH.
  • A 20-tonne feed mill/week, packing and chilling system with a capacity of 10,000 eggs/hour.
  • A fully automated Poultry processing and packaging plants with a capacity 1000+ birds/hour.
  • Chicken Barns with automatic feed, egg collection, manure collection sytems, fresh air quality and exhaust systems.
  • Blast freezers and frozen storage systems capable of storing 50 tonnes.
  • Controlled waste disposal management systems.
  • Security booths, staff amenities, accommodation, reception, visitors/staff quarantine facilities, lab operations and business centre.
  • Egg/fruit crate, carton making machine.
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The Solomon Islands has an abundance of natural resources that have provided substantial livelihoods for a population of approximately 600,000 people. The Solomon Islands are made up of many individual Islands (some 992 islands, of which 347 are inhabited).

It belongs to the LEAST DEVELOPED COUNTRIES group.
The government, to strengthen the country’s economy, is prioritizing PALM OIL DEVELOPMENT, MINERAL PROSPECTING, value added activities in FISHERIES & FORESTRY, and is putting emphasis in the development of TOURISM and AGRICULTURE. Tourism and Agriculture are the only services that seems to have, currently, chances to grow in the coming years.

WORLD WAR II had a significant impact on the Islands and its people. There were heavy losses of life on all sides and names of key battle sites like BLOODY RIDGE, RED BEACH, SKYLINE RIDGE and HENDERSON FIELD remain to mark the brutal campaign. The Solomon’s have one of the highest concentrations of World War II wrecks in the Pacific. The famous IRON BOTTOM SOUND, just off Honiara. It features: aircraft, ships, submarines, oil tankers, navy destroyers, mine sweepers, and Japanese sea planes. The Americans and the Japanese have a lot of sentimental value towards the Solomon Islands, due to the conflict of World War II. 

John F. Kennedy (35th U.S. President) also served in the Solomon Islands during World War 2. A ship he was on was rammed by a Japanese destroyer, killing 2, and badly burning another. The rest were sent sprawling into the water. They spent hours trying to cling to the wreckage before swimming three-and-a-half miles to the nearest island. Realizing they wouldn’t survive there for long, John F. Kennedy lead a swim to a larger island to the north. Upon arriving he, and a colleague (George Ross) left the other men and went in search of fresh water and food. They discovered 2 Solomon Islanders who saved their lives, after running away (thinking they were Japanese) and discovering the rest of their crew.



The natural abundance of sunshine will also aid in starting a bee + honey project. This is helped by the fact that the Solomon Islands is pollution free, unlike most of the rest of the world.


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