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TRR short term job advisement notice

TRBR is looking for an experienced and qualified Local Individual with local community experiences and ICT skills to facilitate and coordinate basic hands-on ICT training for the existing Computer Laboratory Internet and Community Centres (CLICC) sites in various Islands of Vanuatu. Linking to National ICT Policy priority areas, a mechanism is to be established to sustain the Public Internet Access Points, established a supporting platform to support provision of ICT to the public; upgrade ICT and ICT related skills for citizens, and more other related activities to enhance positive gain by the respective citizens from the access and services provided so far, particularly in the rural communities. Importantly, to promote consumer/user protection and other relations in the Digital world.
 
The CLICC sites were designed under the principle that the centres can be used as a hub to provide internet access to both schools and people from the surrounding communities. In the recent monitoring and evaluation exercise which was carried out in quarter 1 and 2 of 2018, shows that the model works very well for most sites. However, there are still barriers, exclusions, limitations and other contributed challenges that are limiting the uptake of the existing access and services. There are more other technical factors that are also contributing to a number of CLICC sites not being effectively utilized as expected.
 
Therefore, this project will assist on some of the areas which requires attention on and particularly on providing capacity building for both users and the administrators of the sites as well as required operational mechanisms.
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Policy and Regulatory Forum (PRF) at Asia Pacific Telecommunity (APT)

Vanuatu has been a member of the Asia Pacific Telecommunity (APT) since 2010. Through its membership, there are numerous trainings forums, meetings and Capacity building activities including the Policy and Regulatory Forum which Vanuatu through the office of the Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator has been part of. 

The APT Policy and Regulatory Forum (PRF) provides a platform where high level policy makers and regulators meet to discuss telecommunications  and ICT policy regulatory issues that are common interest to the region.  It is also a platform for the industry to bring issues of their concern to the attention of the regulators.

Notice of Office Closure

Please note that due to Staff Training, the Office of the Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator (TRR) will be closed Thursday 28 June, 2018.

The Office will resume regular opening hours on Friday 29 June, 2018.

For any urgent matters, you can reach us on 27621 or email enquiries@trr.vu

Any inconvenience caused is regretted.

NOTICE OF MODIFICATION OF DETERMINATION OF JUNE 2016

The determination of June 2016 has been modified to reflect the Agreed Facts of the Parties as follows:-

  1. Paragraphs 189 - 196 (and the preceding heading “B. have been removed
  2. “Misleading Conduct By ICL”, Paragraphs 221 - 224, Paragraph 225 - subparagraph “8”have been removed
  3. and Annexure — Paragraphs 3 - 21 (end) have been removed
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Women and Girls in ICT Experiences & Development 2018 - Report

The Women and Girls in ICT-Vanuatu with the financial assistance of the Telecommunications and Radiocomunications Regulator (TRR) under the department of Consumer Affairs have worked on an ecommerce website project embracing ICT as an enabler to achieve the business objectives of the market vendors in a cost-effective trading system. The project was very intensive and lasted for only six weeks from mid-March till April to finally produce an outcome of Phase I of the project deliverables which is an ecommerce website called Shop Vanuatu. Shop Vanuatu was created for vendors to sell their products on-line. The website can be viewed on www.shopvanuatu.vu

The main purpose of the project is to increase economic opportunities for Ni-Vanuatu vendors especially women and girls to grow their small businesses and create economic security for themselves, their families and communities and achieved their aspirations by leveraging their sales and revenue through an accessible worldwide online marketplace.

In a way, it is to bring the market place to a global space by way of using technology and introduce an innovative way of doing business for the vendors.

The TRR acknowledges the project coordinator (Doreen Leona) for her time and efforts invested by delivering this project successfully.

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