Sarawak has two Hazmat units; the first was established in Tabuan Jaya, Kuching in 2011 and the second in Bintulu in 2014. The Hazmat operation in Bintulu was set up due to the division’s rapid growth in the heavy industry which has been driving Sarawak and Malaysia’s industrialisation through the Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy (SCORE).
Established in September 1987, AIM strives to reduce poverty among the poor and low-income groups in Malaysia by providing micro-credit financing to fund activities that can improve their income.
It also aims to produce entrepreneurs from these groups and offer them continuous financial, guidance and training services.
Six years has passed since he helmed the premiership. Yet, YAB Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri (Dr) Abang Haji Abdul Rahman Zohari bin Tun Datuk Abang Haji Openg’s drive to accelerate development in Sarawak has not lost its steam.
Betong, Sri Aman and parts of Sarikei has a huge potential to be the State food basket region and a net food exporter by 2030, constructing the airport is a logistic necessity if Sarawak is to export fresh food and farm products to the global market.
Rivers are vital in driving socio-economic development. Among many other roles, they provide sources of fresh clean water, help generate hydroelectric energy, irrigate agricultural land, and acts as a foundation for new settlements.
Projek “Karbon Hutan Terkawal” adalah sebahagian daripada inisiatif baharu berdasarkan prinsip Alam Sekitar, Sosial dan Tadbir Urus (ESG). Insiatif tersebut penting sebagai sebahagian daripada usaha kita menarik lebih banyak pelaburan asing ke Sarawak kerana ia merupakan pra-syarat oleh masyarakat antarabangsa untuk sebarang keputusan pelaburan serta paling penting meletakkan Sarawak dalam peta global.
RAKAN Sarawak or better known as (Rangkaian Khidmat Awam Negeri Sarawak) is a printed publication, or also known as the Sarawak State Government Civil Service Bulletin that is published quarterly since 1994.