26 Jun 2016Back to List
Saumlaki - As a continuation of the SOEprogram "Present To State" which initiated the SOE Ministry RI and coincides with the month of Ramadan this year, PT Angkasa Pura I (Persero) conducted "Safari Ramadhan 1437 AH" in 14 locations, namely 12 districts / cities in Maluku Province, Regency Kupang, NTT, and Kota Biak, Papua, today, Friday (24/6).
In the activities carried out simultaneously by state companies in regencies / municipalities in Indonesia, President Director of Angkasa Pura Airports Sulistyo Wimbo Hardjito chose to come to Saumlaki, Tanimbar South, West Southeast Maluku district, Maluku Province. "I deliberately chose to come to Saumlaki order to meet ladies and gentlemen. The day before departure, we heard the weather was not friendly. But thankfully, these days are so bright. This is the power of good intentions, the universe will support," says Wimbo to the hundreds of residents who packed The village office Wowonda, South Tanimbarese.
Besides Wimbo, some directors and officers Angkasa Pura Airports also descend directly to the outer islands of Maluku. For example, Marketing & Business Development Director Moch. Asrori in the city of Ambon, Operation Director Wendo Abd Rose visited Langgur, Southeast Maluku regency, Deny Indra (Cost Accounting Department Head) representing Finance & IT Director visited the city of Tual and Mariyanto (Head of Corporate Social Responsibility) representing Human Capital & General Affairs Director to Masohi, Central Maluku regency.
These include Safari Ramadhan bazaar and donations to orphans. Also made provision of assistance to local houses of worship. "This is a clear form of SOEs present for the country, where the benefits of the presence of state-owned enterprises in Indonesia could be felt by the community. We hope this activity brings a blessing to us all," said Wimbo.
In the low-cost market in this Saumlaki, distributed 200 food packages. Overall, Angkasa Pura Airports distribute 3,400 packages to 14 cities / districts. Each package contains 10 kg rice, 2 kg of sugar and 2 liters of cooking oil can be purchased citizens with a price of Rp 25 thousand. "Of course, residents are allowed to buy those packages are poor people who have been identified previously by the local government. The result of the market's sales will be submitted to the management of houses of worship in each location," said Wimbo.