While in Solomon Islands, individuals with disabilities may find accessibility and accommodation very different from what you find in the United States. There is no law or national policy on persons with physical, sensory, intellectual, or mental disabilities, and no legislation mandates access to buildings for such individuals. In practice, very few buildings are accessible to persons with disabilities.
The road network in Solomon Islands is in poor condition, and foot paths and road crossings in most major towns are congested. Open drainage systems in downtown Honiara limit access and movement for people with disabilities.