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Validation Workshop Session 3.1: Review of CRASA Guidelines on Universal Access and Service : Proposed Amendments. Monday 14 March 2011 Windhoek, Namibia Charley Lewis ITU Expert. Introduction. Universal Access and Service Assessment Report and Update to SADC Guidelines

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Monday 14 march 2011 windhoek namibia charley lewis itu expert

Validation Workshop

Session 3.1: Review of CRASA Guidelines

on Universal Access and Service:

Proposed Amendments

Monday 14 March 2011

Windhoek, Namibia

Charley Lewis

ITU Expert


Introduction

Introduction

Universal Access and Service Assessment Report and Update to SADC Guidelines

Part II (SADC Guidelines Update)

Suggestions & recommendations on how current ‘Policy Guidelines on Universal Access / Service for Telecommunications Services in SADC ’ may be modified to reflect market realities, accommodate competition & convergence, and reflect a more comprehensive approach to universal access and service


Methodology for guidelines

Methodology for Guidelines

  • Step 3: recommendations on changes to the Guidelines to:

    • bring them in line with international and regional best practices

    • accommodate changes in the ICT sector, & better reflect market realities

    • provide a more comprehensive approach to universal access and service

  • Note: Proposed changed are underlined for ease of identification

  • Note: Preamble & Glossary not included in presentation due to time constraints


Section 2 legal mandate institutional framework for uas policy

Section 2: Legal Mandate & Institutional Framework for UAS Policy


Section 3 principles objectives scope of uas policy 1

Section 3: Principles, Objectives & Scope of UAS Policy (1)


Section 3 principles objectives scope of uas policy 2

Section 3: Principles, Objectives & Scope of UAS Policy (2)


Section 3 principles objectives scope of uas policy 3

Section 3: Principles, Objectives & Scope of UAS Policy (3)


Section 3 principles objectives scope of uas policy 4

Section 3: Principles, Objectives & Scope of UAS Policy (4)


Section 4 variety of strategies policy mechanisms to achieve uas

Section 4: Variety of Strategies & Policy Mechanisms to Achieve UAS


Section 5 uas obligations

Section 5: UAS Obligations


Section 6 variety of mechanisms to finance uas

Section 6: Variety of Mechanisms to Finance UAS


Section 7 establishment good governance of uasf

Section 7: Establishment & Good Governance of UASF


Section 8 quality of service

Section 8: Quality of Service


Section 9 consumer protection policy

Section 9: Consumer Protection Policy


Thank you

Thank You!

Charley Lewis

Senior Lecturer

LINK Centre

University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

[email protected]

Tel: + 27 11 717-3784

Mobile: + 27 83 539-5242

The LINK Centre

University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

South Africa

http://link.wits.ac.za


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