ACT and TCL Indonesia Provide Free Health Services in West Bogor

Humanitarian collaboration between ACT and TCL Indonesia will be carried out through free health services for impoverished residents, honorary teachers, the elderly, and orphans in West Bogor, West Java.

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GTM and Marketing Manager of TCL Indonesia, Mr. Evan, hands over donation to Branch Manager of ACT West Bogor, Eka Citra Saputra. (ACTNews/Ichsan Ali)

ACTNews, JAKARTA – As a corporation, TCL Indonesia doesn’t only focus on their business and financial affairs. Spirit in assisting underprivileged people is continuously shown by TCL Indonesia such as by submitting donation to Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT).

The severe impact of the Covid-19 pandemic became the main reason for TCL Indonesia to raise donations from their product sales which have collected a total of IDR 70.7 million within a month.

The donation was handed over by GTM and Marketing Manager of TCL Indonesia, Mr. Evan to Branch Manager of ACT West Bogor, Eka Citra Saputra at Menara 165 Building Jakarta, Wednesday (10/6/2021).

According to Mr. Evan, the company's focus is not only to be a smart product manufacturer and a global internet application service provider but also actively provides humanitarian assistance such as free health services to underprivileged people who hardly access health facilities.

“We have been interested to make a collaboration with ACT that has been continuously caring for the community during the pandemic. Last year, we have seen a lot of Indonesian people being exposed to the Covid-19 while at the same time, many have lost their jobs as well. People also can hardly access health services,” said Mr. Evan to ACTNews.

Mr. Evan added that customers of TCL Indonesia also took part in the donation that aims to create awareness about the difficult access to health services for impoverished people. In addition, Mr. Evan also encourages other companies to assist the community by submitting donations to ACT.

Branch manager of ACT West Java, Eka Citra Saputra, said that it was the second collaboration between ACT and TCL Indonesia. This time, the collaboration was realized in the form of free health services for residents in West Bogor, West Java.

“We are very glad that again, TCL Indonesia trusted ACT to carry out humanitarian actions to assist the community. Free health services will target impoverished people, honorary teachers, the elderly, and orphans,” said Eka.

Eka explains that the densely populated and wide area of West Bogor has made the need for free health services becomes so important. Moreover, the poor access between villages makes it more difficult for the residents to reach health centers and enjoy health services.

“It becomes our effort in providing health services for the people in need. We also thanked TCL Indonesia for their best assistance to the community. The action will be carried out in several villages including Cileuksa Sukajaya, Pabangbon Leuwiliang, Kukuk Sumpung Gobang Rumpin, and Sukamaju Cigudeg villages,” Eka concluded.[]