BOVEN DIGOEL, PAPUA – In order to ease the burdens of the people during this hard time, Korindo Group (through one of its branches specialized in the field of palm oil, PT. Tunas Sawa Erma or PT. TSE) had recently distributed 42 donation packages for people in Miri and Tamun Tunas Villages, Boven Digoel Regency, Papua.
The packages contained groceries such as 420 kg of rice sacks, 40 boxes of instant noodles, 20 boxes of coffee, 20 boxes of tea bag, as well 50 litre of cooking oil.
The donation was distributed through the CSC Program (Corporate Social Contribution), and was targeted mainly for those who were economically unstable, owners of the customary rights, and the widows and children.
One of the receivers, Theresia Kinimarop—the representative of the Group of Widows, Elderly, and Orphaned—expressed her gratitude for the corporate, which had helped her make ends meet.
Similar thing was also said by the Chief of Miri Village, Alowesius Amkai, who had declared that this help from PT. TSE truly lifted the burdens off of the people—making them able to strive even in this time of the Covid-19 pandemic.
PT. Tunas Sawa Erma, respresented by the Deputy General Manager of Public Relations, Daniel Sim Ayomi, had stated that this aid was the form of the corporate’s appreciation towards the locals.
“We sincerely wish that this donation could help the people, as well to unite all of us to help build our beloved home together,” he said. (pr)