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    Integrating ICT SMEs in NCD

    The 2023 National Women’s Day was held at the Taurama Aquatic Centre. It was put on by the National Capital District Commission and its partners. The event moved slowly since the electricity went out. Even though they had a setback, Small and Medium Enterprises in the Information and Communication Science field set up booths and […] More

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    Seabased plans Tonga’s 10-MW wave energy project

    A 10-MW wave power plant is being planned by the company Seabased for the island of Tongatapu in the South Pacific island republic of Tonga. This was announced on Friday. In February, the firm, the government of the Kingdom of Tonga, and SIDS DOCK, the small island developing states’ (SIDS) sustainable energy and climate resilience […] More

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    Youth Empowered with Long-Term Skills

    Young people can find it scary to go from high school or higher study to work, especially in today’s competitive job market. To succeed, it’s essential to stand out from other candidates. During this stage, having support boosts self-confidence and makes people more capable and active. The Project Wok program from Project Yumi Inc. aims […] More

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    Over 200 Samoans get trained by APTC

    Samoa’s economy will benefit from the work of 217 new graduates who have finished technical and vocational programs from the Australia Pacific Training Coalition and earned Australian-standard certifications. (APTC). On March 16, 2023, there was a graduation ceremony in Apia to honor the graduates, who included more than 100 women and three adults with impairments. […] More

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    Wawin now has digital libraries.

    High School students, buy at least 100 Flex cards per week so they can do their studies online. Kokomba Moso, Deputy Principal – Administration, said students and employees may now easily access material online thanks to the placement of four Pi digital libraries – hand-sized mini-computers – around campus. Daniel Bailey, a former Wawin student […] More

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    Ciena, Digicel Fiji, and Southern Cross Team Up To Improve Digital Inclusion For Fiji’s Students And Teachers

    Project Semata was started by Ciena (NYSE: CIEN), Digicel Fiji, and Southern Cross. It will give three schools in Savusavu, Fiji, access to high-speed internet and online learning tools. Thanks to this project, all students and teachers at the Kamendra School, Savusavu Secondary School, and St. Bedes Secondary School will be able to use the […] More

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    Why digital business is important

    This week, CEFI celebrated International Women’s Day by telling small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) run by women that they need to understand how important digital technology is in the financial space. International Women’s Day (IWD) was celebrated by the Center for Excellence in Financial Inclusion with the theme “DigitAll: Innovation and Technology for Gender Equality.” […] More

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    More women in IT sector

    The Business Alliance for Women, which has 85 member companies, will join people nationwide in commemorating International Women’s Day under DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality. On March 8, the world commemorates International Women’s Day. Since 2014, the Coalition has been working with similar groups in different industries, including IT, to help businesses understand […] More

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    The Dangers of Digital Expansion

    Digital expansion is crucial because it allows the public and private sectors to connect people more quickly, efficiently, and meaningfully. However, digital development is not without its risks. This was brought up when the Office of Censorship and PNG DataCo Limited signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) last week. Paul Komboi, the managing director of […] More

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    Travel to Australia without Visa Soon

    TechInPacific – Vanuatu’s Prime Minister, Ishmael Kalsakau, met with Australian PM Anthony Albanese to discuss how to make visa-free travel between their two countries a reality sooner.  Kalsakau assured the public that the process would be taken step by step, as Vanuatu must show Australia that they are being sincere in their partnership.  Many Ni-Vanuatu […] More

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    Investment is important for creating jobs and making businesses more productive – Kamikamica

    Manoa Kamikamica, the acting prime minister and minister for trade, says that the government knows that investment is important for creating jobs, increasing productivity, and improving social and economic well-being. They are committed to ensuring that investment policies and regulations are clear and predictable, and help with long-term growth. This was brought up and discussed […] More

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