Pathway for Kuala Bibang Water Willage in Sabah Opens

Commander Noor Azley bin Othman, Commanding Officer, KD SRI SEMPORNA-Unit 2, PASKAL. Sgt. First Class Robert Kollar represented the US Embassy and the U.S. Special Operations Forces Liaison Element (SOFLE). (U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur Flickr)

Today, a pathway for a water village in SempornaSabah was officially opened in Kuala Bibang.

On behalf of villagers who rely on the pathway as a link between the coast and their homes, the U.S. Army and the PASKAL Unit of the Royal Malaysian Navy worked together to replace the damaged structure. The new pathway will provide safer passage for the villagers and enhance security and the ability to respond to natural disasters.

A ceremony to mark the completion of the project was attended by Commander Noor Azley bin Othman, Commanding Officer, KD SRI SEMPORNA-Unit 2, PASKAL. Sgt. First Class Robert Kollar represented the US Embassy and the U.S. Special Operations Forces Liaison Element (SOFLE).