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The Pan-Pacific Education and Communication Experiments by Satellite or “PEACESAT” has been working to lessen the information and communication technology (ICT) divide in the Pacific Islands region for over 30 years. The mission of PEACESAT is to facilitate “development” and “public service” communications.

  • "Development communications" is the use of ICT to assist in the institution and capacity building of an organization, community, state, or nation.
  • "Public service telecommunications" is the use of ICT for the purposes of education; public awareness and participation; research; economic development; health, medical services, and welfare; and emergency management by government, education, health, and other non-profit organizations.

PEACESAT works collaboratively with partners in the region to achieve its mission. Initially the PEACESAT network was based solely on satellite telecommunications and now includes public and private fiber, copper, and microwave network technologies.

This Web site will provide information about us, the services we provide, projects that have been undertaken, and information about our partners.

Please contact us if you have any questions or need further assistance.

Christina Higa
Director/Co-Principal Investigator

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