Let’s Get to Know ACT’s Waqf Distribution Center!

Waqf Distribution Center (WDC) is an integrated service center that has a crucial role in the implementation of ACT’s programs.

Waqf Distribution Center.
A staff of Waqf Distribution Center monitors the logistic supply, Monday (4/5/2021). (ACTNews/Muhamad Ubaidillah)

ACTNews, JAKARTA — As an integrated service center, Waqf Distribution Center has a crucial role in the implementation of ACT’s programs. Senior Staff Management Beneficiaries, Silvia Dinayanti explains that the role of WDC is very crucial for every humanitarian action carried out by ACT. "WDC is a place for logistics management which will later be distributed to the community," she said as quoted from her interview in the Wakaf Talk event, Sunday (8/15/2021).

WDC is the connector between upstream and downstream programs. For example, in the upstream programs, there are Productive Rice Waqf and Lumbung AIr Wakaf. These products are in the form of Waqf Rice and Waqf Drinking Water which are gathered in WDC before being distributed to the community.

She continues that in addition to storage, WDC is also a place for quality control of the waqf products. Currently, WDC is located in two locations, first in Gunung Putri, Bogor, West Java, and second in East Java. The good news is that currently, WDC is expanding its branch in West Sumatra.

“Yes, we just opened other WDCs in Aceh and Medan. However, we are currently focusing on WDC in Gunung Putri first due to difficult conditions faced by the community during PPKM,” said Silvia.[]