Sabah Government Committed To Bring Progress To The State

Jul 2, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Malaysian National News Agency

The state government is committed to improve political stability, economic development, social prosperity for the well-being of its people and the state for the past 50 years since Malaysia's independence.

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Sabah has created two Malaysian records in the use of oil palm biomass by the setting up of a company that processes bioethanol from empty fruit bunches and the establishment of the Biomass Joint Venture (JV) Cluster recently.

Deputy Chief Minister Datuk Raymond Tan said the bioethanol factory is the first of its kind in the country and will open the door to the global market for highly-valued biochemical products.

"Whereas the concept of the joint venture has successfully overcome the problem of long-term biomass supply with stable prices," he said.

He was speaking at the launching of the Sustainable Palm Oil Research Unit (Spor) in Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS), here, Tuesday.

The unit is UMS' initiative through its School of Science and Technology to collaborate with oil palm industry players to improve the quality of research on oil palm and its sustainability in the State.

Tan, who is also the Minister of Industrial Development, said many local and foreign investors would like to set up biomass processing plants to produce products such as pellets and second generation biofuel but were discouraged by the difficulty of long-term biomass supply.

"Joint efforts by the Palm Oil Industrial Cluster (POIC) Sabah Sdn Bhd and Malaysia Innovation Agency (an agency under the Prime Minister's Department) successfully created and launched the Biomass JV Cluster concept.

"The concept was received well by international investors after it was announced at the World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology in Canada recently," he said.

He believed that UMS will be able to play an important role in leading areas of research related to the oil palm industry in Sabah along with POIC.

"My hope is that Spor will become the best platform in developing collaborative research between UMS and oil palm industry players in Sabah to address issues and challenges it faces," he said.

Sabah is the largest palm oil producer in the country with a total land area of 1.5 million hectares or 30 per cent of Malaysian oil palm acreage. The industry is expected to yield RM103.9 billion by the year 2020.

During the ceremony, Spor received two research grants totalling RM131,839 from the Malaysian Palm Oil Board (MPOB) for its researches entitled "Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Ganoderma in Relation to Critical Nutrient in Oil Palm" and "Modelling Economic Impact of Ganoderma Basal Stem Rot Disease on Oil Palm Yields".

The mock cheques were presented by MPOB Deputy General Director (Research), Dr Ahmad Kushairi Din.

Meanwhile, UMS Vice Chancellor Prof. Datuk Mohd Harun Abdullah said experts from various disciplines will be integrated under Spor to conduct environment friendly researches using the various biodiversity sources in Borneo to help solve problems related to oil palm industry.

"Therefore, the university will continue to support all Spor activities in achieving its targeted objectives.

"With the energy and expertise at its disposal coupled by the support and cooperation of the government and industry players, I believe the unit will be able to elevate the level of oil palm research in Sabah, on par with other research institutes," he said.
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Jul 3, 2013
 
The State Government is committed to ensuring that Sabah’s political stability, economic progress and social prosperity continue to prevail and enjoyed by the people.
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“I am thankful and happy to see the strong spirit of unity, togetherness and oneness of the multi-racial Malaysians in Sabah. This is the pillar of our success,” said Chief Minister Datuk Seri Musa Aman.
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Speaking at the launching of the Sabah 50th Independence in Malaysia and Sandakan Festival at the Padang Bandaran, Monday, he said it was imperative that everyone work to preserve and strengthen the people’s unity and harmony in the country at all time.
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He said Sept. 16, 1963 when Sabah and Sarawak formed the Federation of Malaysia together with Malaya was an important historical moment that must constantly be remembered and appreciated.
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“From that point we have been freed from colonialism and given the chance to govern our own country and state,” he said, adding that after 50 years of independence it had resulted in much progress and development for the people in the State.
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This is the fruits of the efforts and commitment of the State Government together with the Federal Government"
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"Under the leadership of Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak that has implemented various policies, initiatives and transformation programmes for the benefit of the rakyat as a whole,” he said.
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As for the Sandakan Festival, Musa welcomed the commitment of the Municipal Council here to promote the culture and uniqueness of the flora and fauna in the district.
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“In this respect, I call on the people in the State to continue supporting the effort to promote the State’s flora and fauna to the world,” he said.
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I believe the Sabah government will do their best to bring Sabah to the next level.
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Ketua Menteri Datuk Seri Musa Aman berkata kerajaan negeri komited untuk terus menjaga kepentingan semua lapisan masyarakat termasuk wanita di negeri ini.

Beliau berkata, ini kerana kerajaan menyedari wanita juga berperanan penting untuk sama-sama membantu dalam aspek pembangunan di negeri ini.
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Kita akan sentiasa berusaha untuk memastikan apa juga permintaan, pandangan dan keperluan khususnya wanita diambil kira … yang mana kita rasa perlu dan munasabah, kita akan beri pertimbangan sewajarnya.

“Sehubungan itu kita meminta wanita khususnya Majlis Penasihat Wanita Sabah (MPWS) supaya terus membantu kerajaan menjayakan pelaksanaan dasar berkaitan pembangunan wanita dan masyarakat secara keseluruhannya,” katanya.
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Kita juga akan meminta wanita supaya bekerjasama dan membantu kerajaan untuk memajukan negeri ini, bukan sahaja tertumpu kepada golongan wanita tetapi masyarakat secara amnya,” katanya.
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Musa berharap ahli-ahli MPWS dapat menjalankan tanggungjawab dengan baik bagi memperkasakan wanita selaras dengan peranan MPWS sebagai pemangkin kemajuan wanita untuk pembangunan negara khususnya Sabah.

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