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Olkeriil “O” Kazuo
Press Secretary
Office of the President
Republic of Palau

On August 17, 2017 the Aimeliik Community and the Aimeliik Club of Guam donated five pallets of patient supplies to the Ministry of Health. The patient necessity items shipped from Guam included Pediatric Breathing Hoses, wheel chairs, I.V. poles, commodes, adult disposable briefs, sterile gloves, manual dispensers, toiletries and much more.  In the handover ceremony, Delegate Marino O. Ngemaes (Aimeliik, 10th OEK) expressed that the people of Aimeliik wish to contribute to the success of the “Adopt a Room” Program at the Hospital by equipping and providing in-patients with necessities that would otherwise be added costs to the patients.

“The People of Aimeliik thank Ambros Inc. of Guam and Shimbros Inc. of Palau for their generous donations for the cause including Triple B Forwarders, Matson Shipping, Belau Shipping and Belau Transfer for waiving the costs and fees in shipping the items to Palau, said Delegate Marino.”  “We would like to also thank Senators Aric Nakamura and Frank Kyota for their invaluable assistance in making our donations to the hospital possible and I truly thank the Aimeliik Club of Guam for taking the initiative to provide these quality items for donation.” Delegate Marino added.

Minister of Health, Emais Roberts thanked the Aimeliik Club of Guam and the people of Aimeliik for their generous contribution to the patients of the hospital.  “The people of Aimeliik have been a great partner to the Ministry of Health with numerous volunteer works with the hospital and we appreciate these many items that will surely help our patients and staff in treatment and comfort.” Minister Emais Expressed.

In attendance at the ceremony were President Tommy Remengesau, Jr., Speaker Sabino Anastacio, Aimeliik Speaker Teruo Rengulbai, members of the Aimeliik Legislature and the Ministry of Health management team with many more.

 

Keiden S Kintol
Special Assistant to Vice-President
Public Relation/Information Representative
Republic of Palau

 

On Sunday August 7, 2017 at about 22:54 hours, Division of Fire &
Rescue received a call informing them of a fire at the old Neco
Building which used to be a Chinese Restaurant in Idid, Hamlet. Upon
arrival at the scene, the fire was about 80% engulfed so they laid out
hoses and stared fighting the fire. The fire was fully decimated at
about 03:22 hours.

On Tuesday August 8, 2017 at about 11:45hrs the Division also received
a call regarding an Automobile Fire in Meyuns, Koror. Upon arrival at
the scene, the fire appeared to be getting bigger and coming out of
the window. The fire fighters started extinguishing the vehicle by
suppressing the fire from the interior until it died out. They let it
cooled off and located the Battery and disconnected it at about
12:25hrs. The vehicle is said to be owned by Valiant Tirso from
Echang.

This is all the information that I can share right now, but both cases
are under investigation at this time, and more information will be
shared once the investigations are complete and filed.

Keiden S Kintol
Special Assistant to Vice-President
Public Relation/Information Representative
Republic of Palau

 

This is just a Tip to help raise awareness.

Received information today regarding a Bangladeshi operated store in
Malakal selling individual sticks of cigarettes for 50 cents. We asked
that the individual provide an evidence, so a Picture is attached to
this message. As you are well aware, it is illegal to sell sticks of
cigarettes, but that does not deter such sellers from continually
breaking the law.

Time: 1:40
Date: 8/9/17
Location: LM Malakal Store In Malakal Next to Kings

This morning PICRC was visited by one of our loyal donors.

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Photographed left to right: Dr. Yimnang Golbuu, Ilebrang U. Olkeriil, Bernadette Valencia, Harlen Herman”

Ms. Bernadette Valencia the General Manager of Matson takes a tour of the Palau Aquarium.
Matson is a shipping company for Guam and Micronesia and Continues to be a large supporter of PICRC.

 

 

Anna Parker

Communications and Outreach Officer
Palau International Coral Reef Center
P.O. Box 7086
1 M-Dock Road
Koror, PW 96940  Palau
Phone: (680) 488-6950
Fax:  (680) 488-6951
Web:  www.picrc.org
Facebook:  Palau International Coral Reef Center-PICRC

 

March 14, 2017

January 12, 2016 (Tuesday)
*Chinese Green Pit Viper (Bamboo Snake) found in container sent from Guangdong, China.
*3 Boats set on Fire at the dock in Ngermid, Koror (January 11, 2016, Monday). Investigation is still ongoing.
*Prisoner Suki Temael shot in jail!

January 13, 2016 (Wednesday)
*Jury Trial for Labor Trafficking
*Interim Special Prosecutor Melissa Sims asks to Remove the case with Vice President / Minister of Justice Antonio Bells
*United Nation Office of Drugs & Crimes coming to Palau (Workshop with Palau’s Leaders)

*First accident in 2016 that took a life
*Fishing Agreement
*The funeral of late Governor Eloy Inos (CNMI)
*Peter Benchley Ocean Awards
*Eastern States Ngesu
*Judgement (Aimeliik State Civil Action)

January 8, 2016 (Friday)

Ladies Cervical Screening

Convention Cluster

BPS Director Case Updates

CAT Halloween Hunted House

Pension Plan Public Hearing

October 26, 2015

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