Public Relations, 12/12/2019
Bandung, 12 December 2019 - As a form of the Company's concern for the environment and in order to realize the BUMN Present for the State program, PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) is carrying out CSR activities in the form of repairing Uninhabitable Homes (RUTILAHU) and the provision of clean water facilities in Rancapanggung Village, Cililin District Bandung Regency, West Java.
Based on a proposal from the local village head and the results of a survey conducted by the PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) PKBL Division, five (5) residents had met the criteria for receiving assistance, that is, the residence was badly damaged, had minimal income so that it was unable to repair the house independently. and elderly widows. The five residents are Suryana residents of Kp. Pasir Panjang RT.02 / 01, Mustopa resident of Bojongsalam RT.05 / 06, Ipong resident of Kp. Lebak Sumur RT.04 / 0, Neneng Hoeriah, a resident of Rancapanggung, RT.01 / 08, and Melah, a resident of Kp. Bonjot RT.02 / 13.
Besides repairing unsuitable housing (rutilahu), in Rancapanggung Village, Cililin District, West Bandung Regency, Pos Indonesia also provides clean water facilities for residents of Bonceret village, RT 03/10. This village is considered to be in dire need of assistance considering the area is dry and some residents find it difficult to get clean water.
The repair of houses and the provision of clean water facilities were carried out for 1 (one) month, and on December 12, 2019, assistance was submitted and reviewed directly by the PKBL VP on behalf of the Board of Directors of PT Pos Indonesia (Persero), Zulfa Erinaldi. "This program is part of the BUMN Environmental Development Program in accordance with the Ministry of SOE's stipulation and has been established by the Directors of PT Pos Indonesia (Persero) in the PKBL Division RKAP in 2019," said Zulfa.
This program will be continued in the coming year in a different place because it is very helpful for the poor who live in uninhabitable homes and have difficulty in obtaining clean water. "Hopefully this program will provide happiness for the recipient community and can be developed in the future," he concluded.