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    The Pacific’s Agriculture and Nutrition Sectors Embrace Digital Innovations

    TechInPacific – Digital innovations in Pacific region have made a major boost especially in agriculture and nutrition sectors. The importance of digital innovation in the region can be seen through the latest Pacific AgriHack competition where three promising solutions emerged as the winners. For your information, most of the Pacific population makes a living from […] More

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    GSMA and Seedstars Hold Events in Papua New Guinea and Samoa

    TechInPacific – GSMA in partnership with Seedstars brings its accelerating events to Papua New Guinea and Samoa. Previously, there were over 90 local Seedstars startups competitions held in Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Tanzania, and Vietnam. The program is part of its mission to build synergies between startups and mobile operators, aiming at […] More

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    Drone Deliveries Revolutionize the Healthcare

    TechInPacific – Health-tech startups have tapped into a profitable global market by providing different aerial deliveries. One of the health-tech startups is San Francisco-based Zipline. In 2016, the company took off drones delivery project in Rwanda. Through the drones, 150 clinical blood which mostly are blood and vaccines delivered to isolated locations. Other organizations also […] More

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    Drones Delivering Vaccines Rolled Out in Vanuatu

    TechInPacific – Drones carrying vaccines and medicine to remote 39 remote areas of Vanuatu were in a world-first trial December last year. They have the potential to improve healthcare in the underserved and isolated areas in the Pacific region. It was a collaborative project between the Vanuatuan Government with two commercial drone companies. Under the […] More

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    PNG Prime Minister Peter O’Neill Addresses at the Digital Economy Forum

    TechInPacific – PNG Prime Minister, Peter O’Neill officially addressed the opening of the Digital Economy Forum on May 16 – 17, in Port Moresby under the theme: Connect the Unconnected for an Inclusive Digital Economy. He talked about how technology was transforming the world with no exception to Papua New Guinea and its economy. Technology […] More

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    Series of Agricultural Workshops Held in the Pacific Island Region

    TechInPacific – The Agricultural sector of Pacific region held series of agricultural workshop events starting from April 29 – May 8, 2019. The events were Cross Learning Workshop (29 April – 2 May), Optimising the Performance of Producers’ Organisations (OPPO) Workshop (6 May – 7 May), and PIFON and Innov4AgPacific Workshop (8 May). The Cross […] More

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    Three Techlab PNG Events Open for Registration

    TechInAfrica – Techlab PNG will run three events in a week from May 14th– 18th, 2019. The series of events are initiated by the Australian Government in partnership with the Government of Papua New Guinea. The events are already opened for registration. Entrepreneurs and small business owners are encouraged to apply for the events. Here […] More

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    The CS2Project Estimates to Complete by the End of 2019

    TechInPacific – Mathew Shields, Vocus Communications’ Director/Technical Lead for the CS2 project visited ASN’s manufacturing plant in Calais, France, in March this year. The visit was to review final testing of the Coral Sea Cable System and Solomon Islands Domestic Network before transporting them via the Ile de Brehat ship. The two Cable Systems will […] More

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    Some of PNG’s Industries to Benefit from Faster Internet Network

    TechInPasific – The Coral Sea Cable System project is expected to finish by the end of 2019. The high speed Cable system will open up new opportunities for development of some industries in Papua New Guinea. The Coral Sea Cable System is 47,000 km long linking Australia’s Sydney to PNG’s Port Moresby and Honiara in […] More

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