ACTNews, JAKARTA – The Mobile WMUMI car was parked in the courtyard of Jami An-Nizham Mosque, Cempaka Putih Timur, Cempaka Putih District, Central Jakarta. Various kinds of snacks, products of the beneficiaries from Waqf for Indonesian Micro Businesses (WMUMI) assisted by Global Wakaf-ACT were displayed there.
Not only selling the food products, but Mobile WMUMI also provided free iftar meals which were bought from the WMUMI beneficiaries. Dian, one of the sellers who supplied her product, feels grateful for Mobile WMUMI since it helped her to promote her business.
Products of Micro Businesses assisted by Global Wakaf-ACT are displayed on WM UMI Mobile. (ACTNews/Reza Mardhani)
“This is a good program. Since our sales are not always increasing, so if we can promote our business through this program, our business can keep going on,” said Dian who sells snacks for iftar in Kampung Bali, Tanah Abang District. That day, Dian felt grateful since out of hundreds of snacks distributed to the beneficiaries, some of them were bought from her in the Mobile WMUMI.
Ustaz Taufik, one of the caretakers of An-Nizham Mosque appreciated the actions held by ACT that day. “This is extraordinary, driving the people’s economy, and very helpful for the residents’ businesses here,” said Ustaz Taufik.
According to Ustaz Taufik, since it helped the micro-businesses, the Mobile WMUMI was in line with the mosque’s concern. Aside from Mobile WMUMI, ACT provided iftar packages from the Humanity Food Truck in Jami An-Nizham Mosque that day. Hundreds of meal packages were distributed to the daily workers, underprivileged residents, as well as worshipers in the mosque.