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COMMUNICATIONS POLICY FOUNDATION, REGULATIONS AND THE PROVISION OF INFORMATION FOR A CONNECTED AND INFORMED SAMOA

Ministry of Communications and Information Technology facilitates, leads and implements the Government of Samoa's vision for Communications development.

The Ministry is undergoing some exciting developments. Policy research is dynamic, as communication technology around the world develops with great speed. The Policy Development and Formulation Division strives to provide advice to the Minister and Government that is valid and in line with the fast pace of change in telecommunications, broadcasting, postal and ICT.

The ICT Secretariat implements exciting ICT4 development projects and particularly focuses on ensuring the digital divide is kept to a minimum.

National Broadcaster, National Radio 2AP’s ultimate responsibility is informing the nation when natural or any national disaster strikes, while at the same time providing a wide range of community services programs, both from the Government and the private sector communities.

We sincerely hope your visit to our site is interesting and informing and look forward to any feedback that you may provide.

Ministry of Communication and Information Technology.
Hon. Afamasaga Lepuiai Rico Tupai

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Hon. Afamasaga Lepuiai Rico Tupai was appointed as Minister of Communications and Information Technology in March 2016. As Minister, his powers are defined under Section 7 of the Postal and Telecommunications Services Act 1999

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National Radio 2AP - 540AM

National Radio 2AP has been serving Samoa since 1947 as the first public broadcasting station established in Samoa’s history. In 2008 2AP came under the responsibility of MCIT. The Government of Samoa sees National Radio 2AP as “The Voice of the Nation,” it is the key source for information on emergency warnings, official messages and a platform from which to promote Samoan culture and tradition.

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