ACTNews, TANJUNG PINANG – The Indonesians are still suffering from the impact of the ongoing pandemic despite the decreasing cases. Many are still grieving after losing their family to the pandemic, and the economy has not fully recovered.
In the midst of this condition, Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) continues to assist residents with humanitarian assistance funded by the community’s generosity. On Sunday (9/19/2021), ACT and Dewan Masjid Indonesia (DMI) of Tanjung Pinang City distributed food packages to orphans in East Tanjung Pinang.
At the event held at the Al Uswah Mosque, Tanjung Pinang Mayor Rahma, several regional officials, and the Head of DMI East Tanjung Pinang Ustaz Masrudin were present.
“I thank you for this event of generosity, especially considering that many people have been affected by the current pandemic. In addition, we hope that this activity can be an example to inspire our brothers and sisters to care more about one another,” said Rahma.
The food package distribution aimed to honor these orphans, especially those living in Indonesian remote areas. ACT Tanjung Pinang Branch Manager Ilham Hafidz Rahman said that ACT has been working to assist many groups of people with the support of the community.
"Actions of generosity will continue in the future, especially for those who are badly impacted by the pandemic," he said.