- published: 16 Jun 2016
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"The Vanuatu National Skills System - Creating Pathways for Employment and Prosperity" illustrates dynamic and innovative changes in the training and skills development sector in Vanuatu. This reform process is taking place under the Ministry of Education and Training in cooperation with the Vanuatu Qualifications Authority, supported by the Australian Government-funded Vanuatu Skills Partnership.
UPDATE: Just for the public's knowledge, Digicel did not fund this project, as it turns out you can only apply to WAVES if you are an employee of Digicel. We did get the community center built through funds from Germany and France. We are still working on the "connectivity" part - and a group of citizen activists on the island have formed a Civil Service Organization under Vanuatu's Charitable Association legal framework to find a solution and fundraise. Stay tuned and check mtc.invanuatu.com for updates! This is what we did submit to Digicel, on February 27th 2015: A Project to Extend Mobile Network and to Build a Community Center for the Remote People of East Maewo Background: Naviso is a vibrant community with 600+ community members, 2 indigenous languages, and strong custom. You...
2015-2016 Telecom Vanuatu National Super League. Highlights of Pool C match between Amicale FC and Ifira Black Bird FC at the Port Vila Municipal Stadium for a spot in the quarter finals. Final score: Amicale FC 0 - 0 Ifira Black Bird FC Both teams advance to the quarter finals against winner and runner up of pool D. Date: Saturday 12/09/15
Bien en Sécurité, bien protégé contre les chutes, avec une corde pour le "Descendeur" + une deuxième corde pour la "Ligne de Vie". Cela n’empêche pas d'autre soucis de surgir. Restez vigilant !!!
Le Chief Executive Officer (CEO) de Mauritius Telecom (MT), Sarat Lallah, s'explique pour la première fois sur les investissements de MT au sein de Telecom Vanuatu Limited, au Vanuatu, un archipel situé dans le sud-ouest de l'océan Pacifique.
http://www.worldbank.org/pi - Lower costs of mobile services and increasing coverage have made life much better for farmers and fishermen working in the remote islands of Vanuatu, enabling them to deliver the right amount of goods at the right time.