Right To Information Unit

To provide open, accountable and participatory government for all the people of Vanuatu.

Make An Information Request

People with access to internet can now get information on Right To Information (RTI) on a newly developed website dedicated to RTI matters. Director of the Department of Strategic Policy, Planning and Aid Coordination, Gregoire Nimbtik has launched the new Website today.

The site is hosted by the Office of the Right to Information Unit under the Department of Strategic Policy, Planning and Aid Coordination/ Prime Minister’s Office, with the assistance of the Office of the Government’s Chief Information Officer (OGCIO).

www.rti.gov.vu is online since August 3, 2017, the eve of the signing of the Ministerial Order that announced the first government agencies under the first phase of the RTI Implementation. It provides detailed information on all aspects of the RTI in Vanuatu.

Mr Nimbtik, presented the website to the guests including Government officials including DSPPAC, RTI Unit staff and OGCIO who have worked together to get RTI to its present stage.

The new website covers all RTI-related matters and is the first phase of further ICT development involving RTI. Areas covered include:

  • General awareness on RTI
  • RTI Law and Policy
  • What is a government record
  • What information is exempted under the RTI law
  • what you can ask from a government agency
  • RTI presentation for civil servants
  • How you can ask the information
  • which government agencies are covered under the RTI Act

The second phase will involve a monitoring portal - a designed that will set a platform for exchange and submission of online request. The website will also include a feature, where citizens will be able to ask questions and receive answers in 48 hours.


Access to information in Vanuatu is easy and cheap.
You can just call, text, message any government agency to get the information you want.
Being well informed gives you the freedom to make decisions that will have an impact.
People trust a government that is open, transparent and accountable.
Anyone can request information, and you can request information from anywhere.
Fight Corruption
Right to information is a weapon against corruption.



The Right To Information Unit was established in 2015 under the Office of the Government's Chief Information Officer, the Unit was then transferred to the Department of Strategic Planning, Policy & Aid Coordination in 2016.

Currently, there are three officers that are serving in the RTI Unit, click HERE to learn more about these officers.

Make An Information Request

To make an information to any government agency please follow the instructions below;.

STEP 1: Download and fill in the request forms in the language of your choice from the links below;

English  French

STEP 2: CLICK HERE to identify the contact information of the government agency that you are requesting information from.

STEP 3: Send your request information to the government agency.  

STEP 4: CLICK HERE to learn how your request is being processed and when you will expect to receive a response from the agency.

English  Bislama