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Monday, April 5, 2010

PHASE FOR CORRIDOR DEVELOPMENT.

Three Phases for Corridor Development

The Sarawak Corridor will be developed in three phases:

1.Phase I (2008-2015): Building the Corridor Foundation


1.1 9MP(MTR) and 10MP

1.2 To build basic infrastructure for the Corridor

1.3 To grab pioneer industries for the Corridor




2.Phase II (2016-2020): Towards Vision 2020

2.1 11MP

2.2 To ensure the growth and development of the Corridor by building industrial clusters

2.3 To develop R&D capabilities




3.Phase III (2021-2030): Fruition of the Corridor

3.1 12MP & 13MP

3.2 R&D to sustain the economy

3.3 More internally generated investments



Attracting Private Investments

While the Sarawak Corridor is inherently attractive, its attractiveness must be aggressively promoted so that investors, both local and foreign, will come together quickly to the Corridor in sufficient numbers to form the necessary critical mass. In order to direct the flow of investments to their rightful places in the Corridor and the State, special incentives must be designed to ensure unparalleled competitive advantage without undue sacrifice to the long-term benefits of the State and the nation. These can include:

I. Attractive energy prices that are optimal in the long run for both the investors and the State/nation

II. Attractively-priced land leases

III.Attractive immigration rules for foreign expertise and workers, at least in the initial stages of the Corridor development

IV. Adequate provision of sufficient basic utilities and infrastructure (roads, ports, utilities)

V. Attractive tax incentives.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

PLAN & STRATEGIES SCORE...

Five-Prong Development Strategy for the Corridor.

The Sarawak Corridor will adopt a 5-prong development strategy:

Drive priority industries investments towards 3 major growth nodes along the Corridor – Tanjung Manis (south), Mukah (centre) and Similajau (north).

Build a well-designed network of industrial class transport and communication infrastructure within the Corridor, extended outwards to systematically open up the hinterland.

Fast-forward the development of energy supply centering around currently known feasible hydro power (Murum, Limbang, Baram and Baleh) and coal deposit sites.

Accelerate human capital development within the Corridor with new learning centres and controlled immigration of skilled foreign workers.

Develop the tourism industry, focusing on the natural attractions of the Central Region, particularly the lakes upstream of the hydro power stations and the beaches along the northern part of the Corridor.



Ten Priority Industries.

Priority industries are industries that will have the highest economic impact on Sarawak and should be given priority focus in marketing planning, investment promotion and physical development planning. These 10 priority industries are:

1.Oil-based industry

2.Aluminium industry

3.Steel and glass industry

4.Tourism industry

5.Palm-oil industry

6.Timber-based industry

7.Livestock industry

8.Aquaculture industry

9.Marine engineering industry.



Three Major Growth Nodes.

Three focused growth nodes are selected to focus investment efforts within the Corridor to derive synergies in the development of the entire central region. These 3 growth nodes are:

1.Similajau

2.Tanjung Manis

3.Mukah.

Where is SCORE Located?

The corridor is located within the Central Region of Sarawak, stretching for 320 km along the coast from Tanjung Manis to Similajau and extending into the surrounding areas and the hinterland.

SCORE covers an area of 70,709 sq km, with a population of 607,800 people.

The major urban centres within the corridor are Sibu, Bintulu, Mukah, Sarikei and Kapit.

What Is SCORE?

The Sarawak Corridor of Renewable Energy or simply known as SCORE, is one of the five regional development corridors being developed throughout the country.

SCORE is a major initiative undertaken to develop the Central Region and transform Sarawak into a developed State by the year 2020.

It aims to achieve the goals of accelerating the State's economic growth and development, as well as improving the quality of life for the people of Sarawak.

Anang jugau napi penguji globalisasi???

SIBU: Kaban Kunsil Nengeri (ADUN) Tamin, Joseph Mauh Ikeh minta mensia mayuh ke diau di menua pesisir proaktif agi (ngereja pengawa enda ibuh nganti orang bukai madah) lebuhka napi penguji ari globalisasi nengah Koridor Kuasa Tau Kena Baru Sarawak (Score) ti deka nguntungka semua rayat.

Ubah pendiau diri kena nganta ke Score: Mauh

Ku iya, tu beguna kena nyendiaka mensia mayuh di menua pesisir napi mayuh bengkah ubah dunya ngambika ulih nitih pemansang di menua tasik.

“Mensia mayuh enda patut ngembuan ati ti jampat puas enggau semua utai ti dikereja. Orang kitai patut agi meda jauh lalu ngembuan runding ti tebuka lalu ulih nitihka singkang pemansang menua.

“Anang semina diau aba penuduk ti sebaka. Kitai ulih ngubah pendiau diri, chunto iya enggau nukar chara tauka konsep betanam betupi ti tradisional ngagai betanam betupi ngena chara dagang ti mai tau penguntung. Anang sekali-kali puas ati,” ku iya lebuh pengawa ‘Pemimpin Bersama Rakyat’ di Rumah Pom Maja, Siong Tengah ditu kemari.

Lebuh bejaku pasal pemesai reti mudal mensia dalam SCORE, Mauh ngelalau apai indai meratika pemujur bala anak dalam pelajar sida.

“Pelajar ti diterima bala anak kitai diatu amat beguna ngambika sida ila ulih bela enggau ngemansangka menua,” ku iya.

Ku Mauh agi, Score deka nyendiaka mayuh pengawa kusong lalu tu endang siti peluang ti amat manah ke sida bala nembiak ngisi pengawa kosong nya.

“Kitai mega begunaka sida ke bisi pengelandik profesional, teknikal sereta enda tentu landik kena ngisi pengawa kosong ti deka disediakan Score di tengah menua Sarawak.

“Nya alai anang takut ngubah pendiau diri alu anang ngetu ngiga penemu. Enti kita sanggup belajar, kita mega ulih bepekit lalu nitih singkang orang bukai,” ku iya.

Mauh mega ngelalau mensia mayuh ngambika enda mudah ditipu enggau pemula bala penyakal ke bisi agenda kediri empu.

“Kitai patut nyeliahka semua isu ti diputar belit sida penyakal. Tuai raban bansa enggau tuai rumah dikingatka selalu besedia nerangka polisi perintah ngagai mensia mayuh laban polisi perintah endang adil sereta bela.

“Anang nitih parti penyakal ti enda mai pemansang ngagai rayat,” ku iya.

Mauh mega minta bala tuai rumah di genturung pendiau dalam kandang Kunsil Nengeri (DUN) ti dipegai iya ngambika sida meri data chukup pasal sida ke diau aba rumah panjai.

“Pengawa ngumpul data orang ke diau di rumah panjai besai guna aba kami ke nyadi pengari rayat ngambika kami ulih ngatur langgur pemansang di kawasan parlimen enggau Kunsul Nengeri (DUN) ti dipegai kami,” ku iya.

Mauh mega ngarapka sida ke diau di menua pesisir ulih nyukung lalu arapka perintah Barisan Nasional (BN) ngambika sida ulih ngasaika pemansang sosial sereta ekonomi ti lebih manah agi.

“Semina perintah BN aja ti ulih mai ubah nengah projek pemansang ti dipejalaika kena nulung rayat,” ku iya.

Lebuh pengawa nya mega, Mauh bisi meri bantu nengah geran projek mit menua pesisir (MRP) ngenyampau RM7,000 ngagai Kemiti Pengelikun enggau Pemansang Genturung Pendiau (JKKK) Rh Pom Maja, JKKK Douglas Langgi (RM8,000), Nyangai Alok (RM5,000), Ringgit Unchu (RM4,000), Dewan Balai Raya Siong Tengah (RM5,000) enggau Sekolah Kebangsaan Sungai Siong Tengah (RM2,000).

Dalam berita bukai ke ngayanka penampak Score di menua tu, kemari, Duta Besai Republik Azerbaijian ke Malaysia, Tahir Karimov madahka Republik Azerbaijian dengan deka tinjau peluang melabur dalam industri minyak enggau gis di Sarawak.

Tahir madahka, pengelandik menua nya ba sektor minyak enggau gis tau dikena ngangkat pemansang industri nya ba menua tu.

Ku iya, nya alai iya merambu ngambika menua Repulik Azerbaijian bekerejasama enggau Sarawak dalam pengawa dagang minyak enggau gis.

“Aku meda peluang dagang minyak enggau gis ba menua tu agi besai, nya alai udah tu ila aku deka ngangau orang dagang sereta pelabur ari Republik Azerbaijian tinjau peluang ba industri minyak enggau gis ba menua tu.

“Republik Azerbaijian bisi penelaba ba industri minyak enggau gis lalu enti penelaba nya dibai kitu dia iya ulih dikena ngemansangka industri nya ba menua tu,” ku iya.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

SDNU-MADN Visit Bring New Hope & Initiative Dayak Cross Cultural Training

What Have Dayak Borneo SDNU-MADN Visit Benefit Us?

The visit had directly and indirectly benefited both SDNU and MADN, and the Dayak Borneo communities in general i.e. to promote, stimulate and undertake to develop Dayak Cross Cultural Training, foster unity among the Dayaks and open up new business avenue(s).

What Is Cross Cultural?

Cross Cultural refer to differences can and do impede upon communication and interpersonal relationships. In the both politic or geopolitics and business world this occurs daily, where people from different cultures interact and are expected to perform and make decisions. The Visit has brought us some ideas to develop Dayak Cross Cultural Training (DCCT) as part of the initiative to enhance our Dayak Cultural Capital.

Why Dayak Cross Cultural Training?

DCCT aims to develop awareness between people where a common cultural framework does not exist in order to promote clear lines of communication, collaboration, cooperation, in-support and better relationships.

DCCT has many benefits to be gained by both participants and business communities. If we were to pursue this initiative, participants in DCCT would likely to achieve from these eleven (11) main benefits:

1. People Learn About Themselves:

Through DCCT, people are exposed to facts and information about their own cultures, preconceptions, mentalities and worldviews that they may otherwise not have contemplated. DCCT helps people learn more about themselves through learning about others.

2. Encourage Confidence:

DCCT promotes self-confidence and self-awareness in individuals and teams through empowering them with a sense of command and control over previously difficult challenges in the workplace.

3. Break Down Barriers:

All of us have certain barriers such as preconceptions, prejudices and stereotypes that obstruct our understanding of other people. DCCT demystifies other cultures through presenting them under an objective light. Through learning about other cultures, barriers are slowly chipped away thus allowing for more open relationships and dialogue.

4. Build Trust:

When people’s barriers are lowered, mutual understanding and transparency or openness ensues, which results in greater trust. Once trust is established altruistic tendencies naturally manifest allowing for greater co-operation and a more productive workplace.

5. Motivation:

One of the outcomes of DCCT is that people begin to see their roles within the workplace more clearly. Through self-analysis people begin to recognize areas in which they need to improve and become motivated to develop and progress.

6. Open Horizons:

DCCT addresses problems in the workplace at a very different angle to traditional methods. Its innovative, alternative and motivating way of analyzing and resolving problems helps people to adopt a similarly creative strategy when approaching challenges in their work or personal lives.

7. Develop Interpersonal Skills:

Through DCCT participants develop great ‘people skills’ that can be applied in all walks of life. By learning about the influence of culture, i.e. the hidden factors upon people’s behaviors, those who undertake cross cultural training begin to deal with people with a sensitivity and understanding that may have previously been lacking.

8. Develop Listening Skills:

Listening is an integral element of effective and productive communication. DCCT helps people to understand how to listen, what to listen for and how to interpret what they hear within a much broader framework of understanding. By becoming good listeners, people naturally become good communicators.

9. People Use Common Ground:

In the workplace people have a tendency to focus on differences. When cross cultural communication problems arise the natural inclination is to withdraw to opposing sides and to highlight the negative aspects of the other. DCCT assists in developing a sense of mutual understanding between people by highlighting common ground. Once spaces of mutual understanding are established, people begin to use them to overcome culturally challenging situations.

10.Career Development:

DCCT enhances people’s skills and therefore future employment opportunities. Having cross cultural awareness would gives our Dayak peoples a competitive edge over others especially when applying for positions in international companies with a large multi-cultural staff base.

11.Business Development:

DCCT would help open up and help develop more business opportunities and other investment possibilities to both SDNU and MADN including the Dayaks in Sabah and others.

Conclusion

The above benefits are but a few of the many ways in which cross cultural training positively affects businesses through staff training and development.

Dayak must think professional..remember to all dayak.(Dayak mesti berunding lebih maju ke agi..ingat ngagai semua dayak)


Peda mah bala mauh rumah panjai kami tok. nama runding kita antik kita meda rumah panjai baka tok? Aku madah ke kitai secara detail tok rumah panjai Tuai Rumah Buda Ng. Menalun Sg. Poi Kanowit, sarawak, malaysia.nama ambik kebuah aku nulis tok dalam blog aku tok ngena jako iban awak ke bangsa iban ajak nemu enggau bangsa bukai ia ke nemu bahasa iban awak ke sida nemu semua utai ke ditulis aku. meri aku enda nulis tok bak bahasa bukai nadai guna, ke lebih agi menua bukai laban blog aku tok ka madah ke penusah kami ke diau bak endur tok. Rumah panjai kami tok tiap tipa bisi berpilih, rumah panjai kami tok ngundi Barisan Nasional(BN).nama kebuah laban bala perintah ke manah mulut maya berpilih madah ke ka meri project tok, project nyak. Maya berpilih udah abis semua project ia ka diberik nyak siti pan enda di terima kami rumah panjai tok. ukai kami ka minta utai nyak ari perintah sarawak, antik ulih anang mah ngemulak ke rakyat bak rumah panjai, laban sida ia enda nemu ka di kemulak bala ke berpilih. Kami tok bala anak biak rebak baru enggai agi di kemulak ke perintah baka tok. Laban orang rumah panjai sida ia enda nemu menua rebak diatok, suba antik orang ka munuh kitai sida ia ngena duku, senapang enggau mauh agi utai bukai di kena. Tang ke maya ari tok dunya nyau udah bertukar, ia nya lebih pintar baka ni ka munuh rakyat enda secara terang sida ia ngena pen enggau pencil ajak ia ke di kena sida. nyak ke ngasuh bala orang rumah panjai enda ngadang ke di bunuh orang ngena utai ke baka tok. Ambik aku nyebut utai baka tok ambik sida nemu kitai bangsa dayak tok udah nemu baka ni cara sida ka munuh kitai. Awak ke sida badu ngemulak ke kitai bangsa dayak. Laban menua kitai tok democracy system, nyak kebuah aku berani nyebut utai ke baka tok. nyak ajak ari aku terima kasih ngagai semua ia ke udah maca penusah kami bak rumah panjai tok.