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2017 Annual Report & Financial Statements
Published On: Jul 20th 2018
The Malta Communications Authority (MCA) has today published its Annual Report and Financial Statements for the financial year ending 31 December 2017. The report provides an overview of the work and activity performe...
On the job learning programme
Published On: Jun 5th 2018
The MCA is launching the ‘On the job learning programme’ which is an initiative geared towards post-secondary students who wish to gain workplace experience during the summer recess with the Authority.   The Prog...

Saħħti Onlajn

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The MCA will be launching the project “Saħħti Onlajn” in September. This training will consist of a one-time session aimed at demonstrating the benefits of using the myHealth portal.

BeSmartOnline!

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The BeSmartOnline! project concerts the efforts of national stakeholders working towards the safer use of the internet by children and youths.

Free WiFi Hotspots

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The MCA, in collaboration with other entities manages a number of free WiFi spots across Malta and Gozo. The project is intended to promote the usage of Internet by means of portable devices.

Ċavetta Diġitali

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Following the positive feedback received from all centres in relation to the ‘Leħen Diġitali’ sessions, the Parliamentary Secretariat for Rights of Persons with Disability and Active Ageing and the MCA, developed a new training programme, targeting senior citizens.

eSafety Label

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As from January 2016, the Malta Communications Authority (MCA) has been recognised as the National eSafety Label Administrator in Malta.

Smart Women

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The aim of this training program is to encourage online entrepreneurship amongst women, as well as to offer the necessary coaching that allows participants to put their business ideas into practice.

Tixtri Onlajn? Informa Ruħek ...

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The MCA has partnered with the Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority (MCCAA) to deliver information sessions aimed at educating the general public about online shopping.

Star Kids 2

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The overall aim of ‘Star Kids’ is to enhance active inclusion for children who are at risk of poverty or social exclusion, either residing in the community or in residential care.