A new 15-year policy framework for Tonga education will be formulated under a joint Tonga-New Zealand project, launched this morning in Nuku'alofa. It aims to build an education sector that has more impact, and to put Tonga in a better position to attract development partner investment and support.
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Thursday 11 February 2021
Tuesday 31 December 2019
As 2019 comes to a close, there is hope for a better year in 2020. There is also hope in the long term for a better future for the Kingdom of Tonga, a heavily indebted and aid dependent nation, struggling with an NCD crisis, poverty and an illicit drugs problem - not to mention the impending threat from climate change. Most of Tonga’s future workforce and leaders will be the output of the education system that exists now, an education system that appears to be flawed and broken. By Pesi Fonua.
Friday 12 October 2018
A resolution to support the fight against cybercrime and drug trafficking, and other resolutions, were supported by Tonga at a meeting of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP Group) in Brussels, Belgium, this week, attended by Parliamentarians Lord Tu‘ilakepa and Hon. Siaosi Sovaleni.
Friday 12 May 2017
London, United Kingdom
Tonga yesterday joined Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation as a full member country. The organisation is part of Commonwealth efforts to achieve greater impact using ICTs in economic development and social inclusion
Friday 16 October 2015
"By allowing a government body to decide what a society is able to view online borders on a society being closely monitored and eventually censored." – Anthony Tuipeatau.
Tuesday 13 October 2015
By allowing a government body to decide what a society is able to view online borders on a society being closely monitored and eventually censored. ...Regulating internet content using filtering technologies and administered by a single government body not only provides a false sense of security but the potential to evolve into full censorship is a concern that should not be ignored. ...The focus should be on education and empowerment to ensure parents and children are safe online rather than a government legislated filter. - Anthony Tuipeatau
Thursday 24 September 2015
Opening a new OE Home Centre in the Nuku’alofa CBD Tonga’s Acting Prime Minister Hon. Siaosi Sovaleni, this evening acknowledged that Private Sector development is very important for a sustainable government.