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National Liaison Unit for Solomon Islands

Country: Solomon Islands
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NLU Name: Development Service Exchange - DSE
Contact Details: Ms Nancy Jolo, General Secretary
Location: Lombi Crescent, New Chinatown
Postal Address: P.O.Box 556, Honiara, Solomon Islands
Telephone: (677) 23 760
Fax: (677) 27 414
Email: dse@piango.net
Website: http://dse.org.sb
Organisational Structure: Yes
Governance Structure: Yes
Number of Members: 68 members
Vision: A vibrant and robust NGO sector, that works together to empower peaceful, prosperous and sustainable communities towards improved quality of life and raised living standards.
Mission: Too strengthen effective NGO coordination. This will be done through advocacy, collection and sharing information, capacity building and enhancing relationships with members and community organisations working towards equal and sustainable development.
Current Activities or Key Strategic Focus Area

Sharing information
Coordination and production of information in relation to civil society issues, programs and relationships

Networking and collaborating
Promotion and support for collaboration between NGOs and others

Informing and partnering
Provision of information and advice to policy makers on issues that affect community life and the work of NGOs

Learning for improvement
Contribution to capacity development among members and within DSE

Modelling the way
Setting a good example of organisational management to its members

Staff: Networking Officer:
Calvin Sese networking@dse.org.sb
 Finance & Admin Officer:
Veronica Lafena admin.finance@dse.org.sb
 Senior Capacity Building Officer:
Lily Chekana capacitybld@dse.org.sb
  Assistant Administrative Officer:
Dairus Korasi information@dse.org.sb
Country Information: Wikipedia - Solomon Islands
News 16 Feb 2007 - Brief report on the launching of the Assessment Report (28kb)
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