Millennial Brantas Abipraya Donates Aid for Sukajaya Flood and Landslide Victims17 January 2020
Bogor, January 15, 2020 - Early in the year, several areas in Indonesia were washed down with torrential rain, which caused floods and landslides. Sukajaya District, Bogor Regency is one of the most severely affected locations. As a result of the flood, as many as 4,000 people were displaced, and tens of thousands of residents' homes were estimated to be damaged. There are 10 villages that were isolated due to the incident. Through Abipraya Cares, PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero), a state-owned company engaged in the construction sector, provided assistance to the victims. By deploying Abipraya's millennial team directly to the disaster location, namely in Pasri Madang-Sukajaya Village, logistical assistance from all Abipraya Persons was delivered to the logistics storage post.
"The contribution from Abipraya Insan includes medicines, 100 blankets, baby equipment such as 100 baby diapers, 50 bottles of baby drinking and even 100 baby foods. In addition we also gave away 100 adult diapers and 100 sanitary pads. There is also food and drinks, all of which we hope can ease the burden on the people in Sukajaya, "said Deden Heryadesastra, one of Abipraya's millennials.
Adding to the explanation, Deden said that snacks such as 100 packs of biscuits and wafers were also delivered in aid. Not only that, 12 boxes of instant noodles, 20 boxes of UHT milk and 20 boxes of bottled mineral water were also included in the list of assistance delivered by the Abipraya Care team and were carried by one box car and one pick-up car. Previously, Abipraya had also reduced 14 heavy equipment and teams to open isolated access in Sukajaya District.
Do not stop there, committed to always provide the best not only in the field of construction but also for the surrounding community, all of this assistance was collected from funds donated by employees and employees of PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) to the account of Abipraya Cares. The fundraising that has been collected is then spent according to the needs of the victims.
On the same occasion, Deputy Governor of West Java, Uu Ruzhanul Ulum who was also conducting a review at Pasir Madang Village, Sukajaya said that "Thank you for food, health equipment, as well as other assistance. The resident who has been in the refugee camp for 15 days also wants immediately relocated to a more appropriate and safe place. I will report the results of this meeting to the Governor to be conveyed to the President. "
Uu also thanked all parties including the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) and PT Brantas Abipraya (Persero) as the contractor assigned to open access.
"Thank God, the message has been delivered from the Abipraya Individuals. Hopefully this assistance can be useful for everyday and alleviate the suffering of our brothers and sisters who are victims in Sukajaya District, Bogor, "concluded Deden.