The Kwaio is located in Central Malaita, Solomon Islands. They do not have a dominant religion and engage in worshipping their ancestors. They are under chiefdoms. Their dominant mode of production is subsistence farming. The women are mainly charged with the duties of feeding the children and other domestic chores. The men mainly till the land and hunt. The Kwaio used to trade with the Chinese merchants mainly retail types of trade. They would send out goods to far off, inaccessible areas to stores that would in turn sell the goods for profit. They also had a currency unit named shell-money. Their dominant conflict resolution model is dialogue among themselves.