Recovery work on damage caused by typhoon Mangkhut


Rota Mayor: Thank you Imperial Pacific for aiding us in Mangkhut’s recovery

Rota Mayor Efraim Atalig has expressed his gratitude and appreciation to Imperial Pacific International in responding to the needs for assistance in the recovery work of the island municipality from the damage caused by typhoon Mangkhut.

With  Imperial Pacific International’s responsiveness, Mayor Atalig said it is an indication that IPI’s community work serves all of the CNMI.

Imperial Pacific International  has sent a large contingent of its Corporate Social Responsibility team to the island municipality over the weekend, and in partnership with the municipal government it began its island-wide restoration and beautification work yesterday (Monday).

“On behalf of the people of Rota we would like to extend our appreciation and gratitude to IPI-CSR for their contributions to the island of Rota,” Mayor Atalig said in a statement.

Imperial Pacific’s CSR work on Rota will be two-phased.  First, it will assist in providing for manpower for debris cleanup for areas affected by typhoon Mangkhut. Following the completion of debris removal, IPI’s CSR team will then move forward with the beautification project plans.

“This is not the first time that this team has flown to our islands to help beautify Rota. This is an indication that Imperial Pacific International extends their services to all of the CNMI,” the Rota chief executive added.

In 2016, Imperial Pacific International launched its Village Pride Project in Rota.  The signature initiative by IPI – the largest private sector employer in the Northern Marianas – led to the successful repair and rehabilitation of at least five public facilities on Rota, all for the preservation of the pristine beauty of the island.