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Ngewakl Soaladaob

Koror, Palau
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About Ngewakl
Ngewakl Isaac Soaladaob owns and operates TMC Palau, the local television station broadcasting on channel 38, which he established to serve the community of Palau with quality programming, including the Palauan Language news show "Meang el Chais" and various talk shows. His expertise in videography encompasses operating cameras, editing footage, and photography, skills he utilizes to enhance the content offered by his station.

As a production company, TMC Palau has contributed to significant local events such as the Oceans Conference and the Palau Development Symposium, demonstrating its capability in handling live broadcasts and production requirements. Ngewakl's technical knowledge extends to computer technology, assisting organizations like the local Palau office of the Asian Development Bank, the Palau Election Commission, and private companies with their IT needs.

In addition to his broadcasting and production work, Ngewakl is actively involved in journalism. He writes for local newspapers "Island Times" and "Tia Belau," where he also contributes his photography skills. This work showcases his ability to communicate effectively across various media platforms. He has also produced videos for international organizations like IOM (International Organization for Migration) and OneReef, a testament to his skill in video journalism and storytelling.

For the past seven years, TMC Palau under Ngewakl's leadership has been documenting and sharing local events on their YouTube channel and Facebook page, providing a visual archive of Palau's cultural and societal milestones. His commitment to delivering informative and engaging content reflects his dedication to the community, balancing his multifaceted roles with a humble approach to service and media production.
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Cultural Breaking News Climate Change

UNDP and Palau's Bureau of Domestic Affairs Partner for Local Governance Project

06 Mar 2024  |  Island Times
The Ministry of State’s Bureau of Domestic Affairs in Palau is collaborating with the UNDP on the second phase of the 'Local Governance Strengthening Project.' This project aims to improve the capabilities of state officials and citizens in policy-making and to foster a closer relationship with the Bureau of Domestic Affairs. The first phase is active in five states, with plans to expand to all 16 states. The project's objectives include reinforcing state leadership, enhancing community engagement, and providing training. UNDP representatives, including Dr. Lucy Mathieson and Luisa Senibulu, have met with various stakeholders to discuss the project's progress and future plans. The second phase may introduce a fourth objective and will require a larger budget to include the remaining 11 states.

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Palau Aims to Manage 100% of Its Marine Zones Amid Global Challenges

01 Apr 2023  |  Island Times
The Palau Government has announced its goal to manage 100% of its exclusive marine economic zones (EEZ) using Marine Spatial Planning, despite the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and debates over its marine sanctuary. Marine Spatial Planning is a process defined by IOC-UNESCO for allocating marine area use to meet ecological, economic, and social goals. Lukes Isechal, Palau’s Marine Spatial Planning Coordinator, discussed the country's plans at a conference in Fiji, highlighting the importance of collaboration at various levels to achieve marine management objectives. Palau has been a leader in marine conservation, with initiatives dating back to the early 2000s, and continues to show a strong commitment to protecting its marine ecosystems.

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