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Vanuatu government announces a new dawn in education

Nov 21 2014

The Government of Vanuatu has announced the first rollout to schools of ICT access, computer labs and tablets under a national programme. Fifteen schools will receive computer labs, and seven will receive computer tablets. The initiative will benefit nearly 9,000 students, teachers and education professionals and is supported by the Ministry of Education, the Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulator (TRR) and the Australian Government, through its Governance for Growth (GfG) programme.

“This aligns with Kacific’s vision of providing access to all people in Vanuatu including those in most remote and isolated locations using Ka-band HTS technology,” says Kacific CEO, Christian Patouraux.”

“Improving access to best educational practices and programmes for teachers and students alike is a major step towards of equipping next generation of Vanuatu citizens with skills and resources that will allow them to participate fully in a connected world”

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