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PWFM’s daily morning news broadcast for June 19, 2012.
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As part of their ongoing effort to assist states in improving their conservation law enforcement capacity, the Alliance of Palau Conservation Officers (APCO) is excited to introduce to the public their newly-formed Coordination Team: Tobi Delegate Wayne Andrew, Tobi State legislator William Andrew, Surech Bells-Hideo, Bradley Kumangai, Whitney Anderson and Merirei Ongelungel. Continue reading
The Alliance of Palau Conservation Officers (APCO) along with officers from the Division of Fish and Wildlife were in Ngerchelong State this past Friday for a joint site visit/training session. The occasion was a follow-up to the training sessions held at the Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) and in Ngiwal State. Continue reading
The Palau Conservation Officers Alliance (PCOA) along with officers from the Division of Fish and Wildlife were in Ngiwal State on April 26 for a joint site visit/confiscation operation. The occasion was a follow-up to the training sessions held at the Palau International Coral Reef Center (PICRC) in early April, explained PCOA volunteer and Tobi State Delegate Wayne Andrew. Continue reading
Tuesday morning was met with promise, potential and possibilities during the formal launching of the Youth Entrepreneur Solution (YES) action plan. The YES initiative “seeks to encourage the development of a dynamic business community in the young generation” and is a joint program under the Palau Government; the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Industries and Commerce (MPIIC); Palau Small Business Development Centre (SBDC) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). It “also reduces the costs associated with youth unemployment, and in-turn minimizes youth social conflict and segregation, by helping them achieve economic independence, and help improve their self-esteem.” Continue reading
On April 12, the Fifteenth Ngarchelong State Assembly adopted Resolution 15-26 immediately expelling and removing Chief TET Singich Sato from membership in the Assembly. The Resolution states that “Chief TET Singich Sato has undertaken a number of action which are contrary to his responsibilities and duties as a member of the Assembly.” Continue reading