A High Powered Gambian Delegatio attends the World Radiocommunication Conference

International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is hosting the World Radiocommunication conference 2012 (WRC-12) in Geneva, Switzerland. This four-yearly conference is scheduled to take place from January 23rd to February 17th.  It will be preceded by the Radiocommunication Assembly 2012 which spans for five days from January 16th.   Delegates from all ITU member countries attend such an important conference. The conference (WRC-12) has the very important task of reviewing the international treaty that governs radiocommunications — the ITU Radio Regulations.

A major focus of WRC-12 will be on finding appropriate mechanisms for sharing the radio-frequency spectrum that is being freed up by the move from analogue to digital television broadcasting. It will also identify the spectrum requirements for services to increase security for maritime and aeronautical transport. Additional spectrum resources will be identified for scientific and other radiocommunication services, specifically related to the environment, meteorology and climatology, as well as disaster prediction, mitigation and relief.

The Gambian delegation, headed by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Information and Communication Infrastructure, consist of seven officials:

 Mrs. Nancy A. Nyang

Permanent Secretary

MOICI (Head of Delegation)

Mr. Abdoulie Jobe

Director General  


Mr. Rodine Renner    

Senior Spectrum Manager 


Mr. Baboucarr J. Sanyang   

Managing Director


Mr. Sulayman Suso

Ag. General Manager


Mr. Malick Jones      

Deputy Director General   


Mr. Omar Corr 

2nd  Lieutenant



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