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Another Six Rural Service Centre for Penan

Home - News - Local - Penans to get another six rural service centres — Jabu Penans to get another six rural service centres — Jabu Thursday A FURTHER six Rural Service Centres (RSC) with multipurpose hall, handicraft and ICT centres will be built for Penan communities in Apau Nyaring, Ba Muboi, Long Luteng, Long Lamai, Long Taha and Long Rayah. This is to ensure these communities enjoy rural development like their counterparts in Long Beruang and Ulu Baram in Telang Usan following implementation of similar projects via the Government Transformation Plan for Sabah-Sarawak Bumiputera initiative. Modernisation of Agriculture Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri Alfred Jabu Numpang yesterday said staff quarters would be built for those manning the centres. The state would build storage facilities for a generator set to supply electricity. “The implementation of these projects will take about six months without disruption from NGO-instigated blockades. The foundations have been laid for the buildings scheduled for completion by 2013. “The Public Works Department along with nearby logging companies have been commissioned to build the six service centres,” said the deputy chief minister when delivering his winding-up speech at the State Legislative Assembly (DUN) sitting here yesterday. Jabu (BN-Layar) announced that his ministry had allocated RM895,590 to finance development activities within the Long Peluan/Long Beruang Development Area for 2013. The integrated agriculture development plan for Long Peluan and Long Beruang in Miri Division saw a total of 23 and 11 hectares of high-yielding rubber planted. These rubber holdings are used by the Agriculture Department as experimental farms to find the most appropriate fertilising regime and observe agronomic aspects of rubber grown in that area. The findings will be used to determine whether the project could be adopted for large scale rubber planting. In regards to the establishment of rubber source bush nursery in the area, Jabu said 3,000 rubber mother plants had been planted at the Long Peluan nursery near the Kelabit community while another 2,000 plants planted at Long Beruang nursery near the Penan community of Kedaya Telang Usan Ulu Baram since 2011. The source bush nursery will be used to train and supply rubber bud eyes to Kelabit and Penan participants of the rubber entrepreneurship programme. The nurseries will supply quality planting materials to projects in the Kedaya Telang Usan agropolitan area. “At the same time, these nurseries will serve as venues for training Kelabits, Penans, Sabans, Kenyahs, Badangs and other participants to produce quality budded stamps for extra income.”


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Pemimpin Baram kunjungi Putrajaya

PUTRAJAYA: Hanya dalam tempoh tiga tahun pelbagai kemudahan dan pembangunan dinikmati penduduk Sarawak khususnya di kawasan luar bandar dan pedalaman. Perdana Menteri Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak berkata dalam tempoh itu, untuk Sarawak sahaja, kerajaan persekutuan meluluskan peruntukan tambahan RM2.3 bilion. “Dalam tiga tahun apa yang kita telah lakukan, cuba ba-yangkan kalau kita ada lima tahun lagi, apa yang kita boleh buat…sebab itu penting untuk kita pertahankan Putrajaya terus kekal dalam tangan Barisan Nasional,” katanya semasa jamuan tengah hari selepas menerima kunjungan ketua-ketua masyarakat dari Telang Usan Baram, Sarawak dan jamuan tengah hari bersama mereka di Seri Perdana di sini, semalam. Najib berkata memang menjadi hasrat kerajaan untuk melakukan lebih banyak lagi pada masa akan datang dan apa yang dibuat sehingga kini sekadar permulaan sahaja. Beliau berkata dengan Bidang Keberhasilan Utama Negara (NKRA) dan bantuan tambahan lain, ia telah dapat mengubah keadaan hidup masyarakat luar bandar dan memberikan masyarakat itu merasai nikmat pembangunan. Malahan Najib berkata sejak menjadi Perdana Menteri, beliau telah melawat ke Sara-wak lebih 50 kali dan hampir seluruh pelosok negeri itu dilawatinya dan ia adalah bukti kesungguhan kerajaan. “Disebabkan struktur muka bumi Sarawak, banyak penduduk tinggal di kawasan pedalaman jadi keperluan se-perti jalan perhubungan, jambatan, kemudahan asas, bekalan air bersih, bekalan elek-trik, sekolah, klinik dan kemudahan lain amat penting,” katanya. Beliau berkata kerana itu konsep strategi lautan biru digunakan bertujuan untuk membolehkan pembangunan dibuat sebanyak mungkin dengan perbelanjaan yang minimum. Misalnya, Najib berkata pembangunan jalan raya Long Lopeng ke Ba’Kelalan sepanjang 73 kilometer dengan sembilan jambatan ‘bailey’ se-  patutnya memerlukan kos RM300 juta tetapi melalui konsep Jiwa  Murni ia hanya menelan kos RM52 juta. “Dalam masa yang sama kita sudah bekalkan 41,000 keping zink melebihi RM15 juta dan 2,162 tangki air bernilai RM5.7 juta dan untuk per-khidmatan kesihatan dan juga pergigian kita telah mewujudkan sistem klinik bergerak,” katanya. Itulah gambaran apa yang telah dilakukan kerajaan termasuk Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M), Kedai Rakyat 1Malaysia (KR1M) dan sebagainya, ia telah sampai me-nyusur ke akar umbi dan hingga ke rumah-rumah panjang, katanya. — Bernama

Proposed Baram dam to benefit people in the area_Dato Jacob.

The Borneopost Online_MIRI: The government’s ultimate goal, if it ever builds the proposed Baram Dam in 2018, is to bring integrated development to greatly improve the living standard of the people in the area. Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry, Datuk Jacob Dungau Sagan said the project too is to ensure that Sarawak has enough power for its development programme so that it could become part of the nation’s high-income nation. “The bottom line is their life (the affected people) would be much better than what it is now. That is what we want – to eradicate poverty, have better facilities, new towns flourishing, new schools being built, water and electricity supplies, clinics and I think this is what the government is thinking,” stressed Jacob to reporters here yesterday after presenting government grants totalling RM251,000 for 17 projects. He regretted that the non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and the opposition had painted a negative picture on the proposed project even though it is only at the proposal stage, adding that the relevant studies are still being carried out. Jacob, who is the Member of Parliament for Baram, assured that the Baram Hydro Community Consultative Committee headed by him will work closely with the government in ensuring that when they do the resettlement plan, and implementing the project, the interest of the people must be given top priority. “We are there to ensure that the interest of the people there are given top priority because from what the NGOs and the opposition are doing at the moment, they are painting a very negative picture of the dam and so on,” he said. Jacob pointed out that the proposed Baram dam was one of the efforts to eradicate the current high rate of poverty especially in Ulu Baram. It was also to provide employment to the people, adding that the timber industry is a sunset industry while oil palm project is not feasible in the interior area that is lacking good infrastructure. “But we have resources of the river that could be converted into energy to help the state to have enough energy at least that is our contribution to the state. At the same time we want the authorities to look into the welfare of the people and this is very important and that is why we established the consultative committee,” he stressed. Jacob said the committee involves the Federation of the Orang Ulu Malaysia (FORUM) that consists of all the associations and community leaders in the area and also intellectuals in the areas and in towns, the headmen and the people on the ground, the village development and security committees. The committee is to serve the interest of the affected people so that people cannot categorically say the government is forcing the project on them. This is not the case. So far the committee has established a mini-lab in Kuching with the cooperation of the State Planning Unit, where they have given their recommendations on what the government should do. Jacob added that they are currently refining the recommendations and doing comparative studies with areas where dams have been built like in Murum, Bakun and Batang Ai so as to assist the government to plan and make sure the full implementation of the programme will benefit the affected people. Thus, Jacob urged the people in Baram to cooperate with the consultative committee and government in finding the most effective ways of implementing the project that is meant to benefit them too. The proposed RM4-billion Baram Hydro-electric Dam Project is part of the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy project. Its reservoir will cover an area of 39,000 hectares where at least 20,000 people from 25 longhouses will be resettled when the dam is built.

 

 
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