Ministry of Health Continuously Provide Personal Protective Equipment Aid

The Health Crisis Center of the Ministry of Health entrusted Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) to receive hundreds of thousands of oxygen cylinders and personal protective equipment consisting of masks, medical gloves, hand sanitizers, and safety clothes.

ACT and Ministry of Health collaboration.
Hand over of oxygen cylinders and personal protective equipment from Health Crisis Center of Ministry of Health (right) to ACT which represented by Humanity Medical Services team Harum Aulia Rahmawati (left), Wednesday (11/24/2021). (ACTNews/Ichsan Ali)

ACTNews, JAKARTA – Collaboration between ACT’s Humanity Medical Services and Health Crisis Center of the Ministry of Health (PKKKK) still continues to be carried out. On Wednesday (11/24/2021), PKKKK has provided personal protective equipment (PPE) and oxygen cylinders supply to ACT’s Humanity Medical Services (HMS).

The Health Crisis Center of the Ministry of Health delivered hundreds of thousands of PPE including 150,000 medical masks, 150,000 children masks, 5,000 N95 masks, 3,000 medical gloves, 100 bottles of hand sanitizer, and 3,000 hazmat suits. In addition, a total of 200 units of 1.5 cubic meters of oxygen cylinders have been donated to ACT’s HMS.

Head of ACT’s Humanity Medical Services, Dr. Arini Retno Palupi welcomed the huge amount of assistance from the Health Crisis Center of the Ministry of Health. She said that the assistance will support humanitarian projects in providing free health services to the wider community.

Alhamdulillah, on behalf of ACT’s Humanity Medical Services, I am very grateful for the entrusted assistance from the Health Crisis Center of the Ministry of Health. This is a collaboration that completes the work of both humanitarian organization and the government,” said Dr. Arini to ACTNews.

Arini explained that the personal protective equipment and oxygen cylinders assistance will be used for the health service program carried out by ACT’s HMS and will be distributed to ACT’s branches in various regions in Indonesia. “Insha Allah, this assistance will be very beneficial for the wider community by providing the best health services for them,” she added.[]