Lunch Packages and Hopes after PPKM Relaxation

At the end of September, Humanity Food Bus carried out another action in Kayuringin Bus Station, South Bekasi. The bus with a kitchen in it served meal packages for daily workers who now have hopes for a better situation along with the PPKM relaxation.

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Daily workers in Bekasi receive meal packages from Humanity Food Bus. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, BEKASI – His steps suddenly brought him to Kayuringin Bus Station, South Bekasi. While carrying his huge siter musical instrument, Pak Dar (56) brought himself closer to ACT’s Humanity Food Bus. That Thursday (9/23/2021), the bus with kitchen was carried out their action in Kayuringin.

Pak Dar visited Humanity Food Bus and received a lunch meal package. Pak Dar admitted that assistance from Humanity Food Bus is very beneficial. Amid his struggle to revive his economic condition, the man who is a busker could save his expense for lunch that day.

Alhamdulillah, thank you. I can save my money instead of buying other snacks. Hopefully, anyone who sends this food can be granted health, a long life, and sustenance,” said Pak Dar.

In the midst of his gratitude for the meal packages from benefactors via the Humanity Food Bus, Pak Dar also has high hopes for improving his own economic condition, especially after the PPKM relaxation in Bekasi. That way, he can return to his profession as a zither player in restaurants in South Bekasi and be able to support his family.

In the midst of his gratitude for getting ready-to-eat dishes from benefactors via the Humanity Food Bus, Pak Dar also has high hopes for improving his own economic condition, especially after the PPKM relaxation in Bekasi. That way, he can return to his profession as a siter player in restaurants in South Bekasi and be able to support his family.

Pak Dar (left) is a siter player who receives a meal package from Humanity Food Busefood. (ACTNews)

“During the pandemic, it was very difficult for me. The restaurants were all closed and I couldn’t work at all. I can only be patient. Now, Alhamdulillah, I can continue working a little to support my life,” said the man of two children.

Pak Dar himself has been playing siter for 10 years in restaurants. Prior to his stay in Bekasi, he was often found picking siter and entertaining guests in the Blok M area, South Jakarta. From year to year, he passes, but this pandemic is very hard for him because it has had a big impact on his life.[]