DAPURPACU – PT Federal International Finance (FIFGroup) also cares for the victims of the floods in South Kalimantan and the earthquake that hit West Sulawesi. Precisely in Mamuju and Majene.
Through branches in the two regions, FIFGroup distributes assistance in the form of basic necessities containing food and clothing needs, as well as medicines.
Assistance was given in stages from January 18 to January 25, at 10 disaster locations namely Langsa, Martapura, Mempawah, Mamuju, Tanjung, Banjarmasin, Singkawang, Centralize Martapura, Manado and Jatibarang.
Not only that, assistance was also delivered through representatives of the Indonesian Financial Services Association (APPI) and the Indonesian Marketing Association (IMA) Banjarmasin.
A total of 1,876 beneficiaries, originating from the FIFGroup Islamic social funds in Phase I and Phase II, with a total nominal value of Rp. 680.5 million and will continue to increase in Phase II in various other disaster areas.
The aid was symbolically handed over directly by the Branch Heads from each location, both at the branch office itself to the location of the disaster victims.
Esther Sri Harjati as Human Capital, General Support & Corporate Communication Director of FIFGroup said that her party continues to collaborate with various parties in distributing aid.
“I hope this assistance can be useful and useful for all people in facing this difficult time,” said Esther, in her official statement, Sunday (24/1) night.
Meanwhile, Chief Corporate Communication and CSR FIFGroup, Yulian Warman, explained that at the end and at the beginning of the year, the FIFGroup CSR program focused more on natural disaster relief.
“Our assistance, especially is distributed to the communities around the company’s branch offices who are really affected by the two disasters,” said Yulian.
“Of course we also feel what is experienced by the surrounding community due to the floods that hit South Kalimantan. But we have to stay strong, get up, survive and try our best to face this tough situation, “said Aryanto Koerniawan, Branch Head of FIFGroup Banjarmasin.
Earthquake and Flood Update
The Communication and Information Office of South Kalimantan Province (Diskominfo) reported that 11 districts and cities were affected by flooding, namely Tabalong Regency, Balangan Regency, Hulu Sungai Tengah Regency, Hulu Sungai Utara Regency, Hulu Sungai Selatan Regency, Tapin Regency, Batola Regency, Banjar Regency, Tanah Laut Regency, Banjarbaru City, and Banjarmasin City.
The total number of victims affected is more than 700,000 people and more than 50,000 people are currently still displaced. In addition, many facilities, infrastructure and infrastructure were damaged by the flood, and have lost more than IDR 90 billion.
This disaster shows that environmental resilience in South Kalimantan is still weak. There is environmental damage due to massive land use change resulting in a lack of water absorption, which is alleged to be the main cause of the big flood.
Meanwhile, in West Sulawesi, an earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale that hit Mamuju and Majene areas displaced more than 89,000 people.
They are still living in evacuation because their houses were destroyed and there is still fear of aftershocks. Emergency response in Mamuju was extended until the end of this January.
Nahnu Hidayatulloh, Branch Head of the FIFGroup of Mempawah Branch, said that through its network at disaster locations, they tried their best to be present and together through these difficult conditions.
“The basic food assistance that we provide contains foodstuffs such as rice, cooking oil, eggs and instant noodles. Hopefully this assistance can provide encouragement vitamins for the victims, “he said.
“FIFGroup wants to share and help ease the burden on the victims. Hopefully what is given can provide benefits, “concluded Branch Head of FIFGROUP Langsa Branch, Kinoi Yudhistira. [dp/MTH]
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