Kuching Archbishop appointed to National Unity Action Plan Committee (2021-2025)

4 September 2020. Archbishop Simon Poh with YB Dato Sri Fatimah and members of the Committee for National Unity Action Plan (2021-2025) Sarawak Zone.

By Ivy Chai

KUCHING (8 September)  Sarawak Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Children Development Minister YB Dato Sri Hajah Fatimah bt Abdullah, on 3 September presented Letters of Appointment to more than 20 members of the Committee for National Unity Action Plan (2021-2025) Sarawak Zone.

Chairman of the Association of Churches Sarawak (ACS), Archbishop Simon Poh received his appointment letter to serve for a two-year term commencing 3 August 2020 to 2 August 2022.

3 September 2020. Archbishop Simon Poh (2nd left) with the committee members who received their appointment letters.

The role of the Committee is to assist the Ministry of National Unity (Kementerian Perpaduan Negara) to strengthen unity and harmony among citizens in line with the government’s aspiration to solidify national unity as a foundation for economics, politics and social stability for the nation.

YB Dato Sri Fatimah also launched the People’s Feedback Session for the Draft of National Action Plan (2021-2025) Sarawak on 4 September with the following agenda:

1)   To collect inputs of peoples’ knowledge and understanding of the principles of the Rukun Negara.

2)   To gather suggestions on programmes/activities suitable to be implemented to achieve the ambitions of the Rukun Negara.

3)   To compile peoples’ feedback to strengthen the Ministry’s draft of National Unity Action Plan (2021-2025) Sarawak.

Archbishop Simon Poh was among several government officers, NGOs, heads of associations and Rukun Tetangga committee members who attended the launching of the People’s Feedback Session. 


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