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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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    TraSeable Farms is Coming Online Soon

    TechInPacific – TraSeable Farms is a Fijian agritech app that was one of the winners of the 2018 AgriHack Lab held in Tonga. The app was designed by TraSeable Solutions, a Fijian tech startup dedicated in agriculture and fishery. After winning the competition, TraSeable Solutions was able to develop its solution and finally will make […] More

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    Refer Tech Develops an Electronic Tuberculosis Patient Management System

    TechInPacific – The Australian Government has supported a HealthTech startup from PNG, Refer Tech, for their solution called electronic tuberculosis (TB) patient management system. The solution is developed by Refer Tech’s founders, Dr. Patrick Koliwan and David Valentine and currently being piloted at the Kaugere Health Center. The innovation helps to reduce TB patient review […] More

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    Alotau DDA to Connect with the Kumul Submarine Cable Network

    TechInPacific – The Alotau District Development Authority is connected to high speed internet connectivity through the Kumul Submarine Cable Network (KSCN). The initiative is made through an initiative by PNG DataCo’s customer services. The initiative will benefit DDA as the first district government body to get the high-speed internet network. The KSCN is provided through […] More

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    TraSeable Farm’s Initiative: A Mobile and Web-Based Platform that Connects Farmers with Buyers and Logistic Providers

    TechInPacific – TraSeable Solutionsis a Fijian tech startup founded by Kenneth and Shaunalee Katafono which is husband and wife. Both of them have working experiences in ICT and fisheries. With their combined skills, they established the startup which aims at addressing challenges facing the fisheries and agriculture sectors in the Pacific area. With their experience, […] More

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