Kapit establishes digital database in division to help store on residents, services

Jaul (fourth left, seated) with officers from the Bukit Mabong District office in a group photo. Photo credit: Ukas

KAPIT, April 28: The Kapit Divisional Digital Database (KDDD), which was created by the Kapit Division administration team, is similar to a bank in that it stores data, information, and profiles about Kapit Division, says State Secretary Datuk Amar Jaul Samion.

According to a report from the Sarawak Public Communications Unit (Ukas), Jaul stated that by accessing the database, all information including the number of residents, localities, services, and races, among other things, can be obtained.

He explained this during a dinner held in conjunction with the KDDD launch on Monday (April 25) at the Lok Lok Restaurant in Kapit.


In another development, Jaul expressed concern about the problems that civil servants face in Kapit, such as living quarters, a lack of vehicles, a lack of staff, and office facilities required to provide services to the people.

As a result, he promised to do his best to solve the problems and to collaborate with relevant agencies to find solutions.

Simultaneously, he reminded civil servants to constantly improve the quality of services and be people-oriented in order to meet the needs and desires of customers or the people.

Jaul also added that civil servants should carry out their duties and resolve the affairs of customers or the community as soon as possible without bothering or burdening the community, particularly those who come from far away.

“Civil servants must also always be dedicated in carrying out their duties because the main thrust of civil servants is to provide the best service to the community,” he said.

Meanwhile, he expressed his appreciation and gratitude to all civil servants and state and federal government agencies, all elected representatives, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and associations in Kapit for their hard work for almost two years to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.

Earlier, Jaul also officiated at the opening of the Bukit Mabong District temporary office in Tunoh, Bukit Mabong. — DayakDaily