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 email@example.com
Any inconvenience caused is regretted.
The determination of June 2016 has been modified to reflect the Agreed Facts of the Parties as follows:-
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.
The Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator (TRR), with the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) is co-hosting the 2018 Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF). The event is due to take place on the 13-16 August 2018 at the Vanuatu National Convention Center.
The APrIGF serves as a platform for discussion, exchange and collaboration on Internet Governance and related activities at a regional level, and also where possible to aggregate national IGF discussions, ultimately advance the Internet governance development in the Asia Pacific region.
In 2010, while the global IGF is already in its fifth and final year of its initial charter, and Regional IGFs have been established in many other regions, including Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, to date, Asia Pacific has seen no parallel forum for discussing Internet governance issues at a regional level. For the first time, the APrIGF is therefore being convened with objectives to raise awareness and encourage participation from relevant stakeholders and importantly internet communities around the region on Internet governance issues. The event will also foster multi-lateral, multi-stakeholder discussion about issues pertinent to the Internet in the Asia and the Pacific.
The multi-stakeholder approach is a core principle of the APrIGF with the emphasis on the diversity of participants and openness of the discussion. Valuing the youth as an important stakeholder and the future generations of the Internet, a Youth IGF also become an integral part of the APrIGF whereby they are held in parallel annually featuring a simulation of the multi-stakeholder discussion model among the young people on various Internet issues including its governance.
Dr. Vint Cerf. an American Internet pioneer, who is recognized as "the father of the Internet" will be the guest during this year’s events in Port Vila.
More information about this meeting can be found on the event website www.aprigf.asia
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