ITU Selects NCA as Partner to Deliver QoS Training
Ghana’s telecommunications regulator, the National Communications Authority (NCA) has been selected by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) as a training partner for the delivery of the Quality of Service Training Programme (QoSTP). This follows the NCA satisfying the requisite conditions set by the global telecommunications body.
Signed for the NCA by Mr. Joe Anokye, the Director General and for the ITU by Ms. Doreen Bogdan-Martin, the Director of the Telecommunication Development Bureau, the licensing agreement enables the NCA to deliver ITU licensed QoSTP in Ghana to interested regulators and operators across Africa and the world. The agreement was signed on Thursday, 11th April, 2019, in Geneva, Switzerland, during the on-going 2019 World Summit on Information Society (WSIS) Forum.
The Director of BDT, Ms. Bogdan-Martin, said the ITU was thrilled to be signing this agreement as QoS is a big issue and there is the need to strengthen collaboration on this for the benefit of other developing countries. She expressed the hope that the QoSTP would go a long way to boost quality communications services and said that the ITU was ever ready to support Ghana in the delivery of the training.
Mr. Joe Anokye and Ms. Doreen Bogda-Martin exchanging the signed agreement
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ITU Selects NCA as Partner to Deliver Quality of Service Training