Donations for Semeru Survivors Depart from North Jakarta

Residents of North Jakarta have once again shown their generosity to Semeru survivors in this post-disaster recovery period. Even though they are hundreds of kilometers apart, this action was a tangible manifestation of goodness.

A food truck
A food truck from North Jakarta residents to Sumeru survivors. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, NORTH JAKARTA –The generosity of the people of North Jakarta has once again reached out to the survivors of the Semeru eruption in Lumajang. On Monday (1/10/2022), the ACT team and Kelapa Gading District officers sent four tons of aid and a volunteer team of MRI North Jakarta from the Kelapa Gading District Office. This humanitarian aid will assist survivors during their recovery.

Mohamad Irfan, Branch Manager of ACT North Jakarta, thanked North Jakarta residents for their generosity for the umpteenth time. He was also pleased because the people of Jakarta genuinely care about one another, although they are hundreds of kilometers apart.

"This is the second phase of assistance that the residents of North Jakarta have sent with ACT. Hopefully, the recipients will reap the benefits," said Irfan.

Darmawan, Head of Kelapa Gading District, expressed his gratitude. "We thank ACT and the residents of North Jakarta, and we hope that this assistance is useful and will arrive safely," Darmawan said.

Humanitarian aid came from corporations, institutions, communities, and residents of North Jakarta. The Secretary of the Kelapa Gading District, Head of West Kelapa Gading Village, Head of East Kelapa Gading Village, Kelapa Gading District staff, FKDM, IWTL, and MRI North Jakarta volunteers also attended the event. []