The Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator (TRR), by Interim, wishes to inform all its Licensees and Stakeholders that the Office of the TRR will be officially closed during this festive season from Monday 25th December 2017. The Office will reopen for normal
operations on Tuesday 2nd January 2018. We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2018.
TRR through its Telecommunications/ICT Consumer Protection and Education Awareness program is organizing a competition on Technology– specifically ICT - an Innovative Concept on how Technology/ICT could practically enable and or address common and national issues around the areas of:
• Climate Change
• Traditional & Cultural Values
• Christian Principles
• Values and Labor Mobility
This exciting opportunity (Technology/ICT Innovation) is open to the general public in Vanuatu including:
• ICT Entrepreneurs
• University Computer Science Students
• Individuals who has a concept on how Technology/ICT can address an issue `or common issues
• Secondary Schools students or Teachers
• Primary Schools students or Teachers
And, any other interested Ni-Vanuatu with passion on developing new ideas using ICT tools.
If you are keen and interested to be part of this competition, and you have an exciting idea under the above areas that would benefit your community or Vanuatu citizens, submit your ideas or project ideas to the TRR by 4:00 PM, 31st October 2017.
For more information, contact George Hapsai or Andrew Molivurae at TRR on Telephone 27621 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
DO YOU HAVE A MOBILE APP IDEA?
ARE YOU HAVING DIFFICULTIES DEVELOPING THIS IDEA?
PITCH YOUR IDEA AT ICT DAYS AND WIN DEVLOPMENT FUNDING!
CALL FOR ENTRIES
To coincide with Pacific ICT Days 17/18 May 2017, the Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator (TRR), is holding a Mobile Application Pitch Competition. This competition provides an opportunity for developers to pitch to a panel of experts their mobile application idea. The winning pitch will be funded up to VT100,000 towards the development of the application. The application to be developed must align with one (1) of the seventeen (17) Sustainable Development Goals with focus on the following five (5) goals;
o Gender equality
o Responsible consumption
o Sustainable cities and communities
o Climate action
o Preservation of Culture
Click to register : Pacific App Competition Online Registration
Click here to register online : Telecommunications/ICT Related Workshops .
During the week of 3-7 April, 2017, the Pacific Islands Telecommunication Association held their 21st anniversary AGM on Rarotonga, Cook Islands. This milestone event which attracted more than 200 overseas attendees, was opened by the Prime Minister.
The conference theme was “Unlocking Smarter Communities in the Pacific” and addressed critical issues and challenges in the Pacific and identified ways public and private partnerships could be coordinated in order to improve the lives of the people in the region. The event was hosted by Blue Sky Cook Islands and speakers included ITU, Kacific, O3B, ABS and ICANN.
The refreshment breaks offered time for participants to gather together to discuss other common issues, and members of the Pacific IGF planning committee took advantage of the opportunity to have a face-to-face meeting to discuss this upcoming event.
The meeting agreed to discuss the following issues:
Click here for more details.