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Fred Samuel, Government Chief Information Officer, Vanuatu Interview with Fred Samuel, Government Chief Information Officer, Vanuatu, at ITU TELECOM WORLD 2012, Dubai. ITU Telecom World 2012, 14-18 October 2012, Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC). Five days of pivotal discussion and debate on some of the hottest topics facing the ICT industry. The world is changing faster than ever before in human history, thanks largely to the explosive growth of the ICT sector. New technologies, new industry players and new global trends is at the heart of debates in Dubai. Hundreds of industry leaders come together with government ministers, regulators and manufacturers for five days of critical debate to shape the policies, regulations and competitive strategies of futur...
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.
Help us caption and translate this video on Amara.org: http://www.amara.org/en/v/B3ND/ The Vete Association takes direct action to reclaim their customary lands from the Vanuatu Government and foreign investors, occupying vacant lands and graffitying on 'private property'. 85 of their members are currently summoned to court as yet without charges, and plan to contest based on Vanuatu's constitution article 73 which states 'All land in the Republic of Vanuatu belongs to the indigenous custom owners and their descendants.' Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/B3ND/
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
The SPC-GIZ Coping with Climate Change Program works alongside the Government of Vanuatu and indigenous communities to adapt to the negative impacts of climate change in the Pacific. This DVD describes how to use a solar food dryer for food preservation as an inexpensive and locally appropriate climate change adaptation technique. For more information contact Christopher.Bartlett@giz.de or visit http://www.nab.vu/projects/coping-climate-change-pacific-island-region-spc-giz