ACTNews, BLORA – It was very busy at the Waqf-Based Rice Barn (LBW) in Jipang Village, Cepu District, Blora Regency on Tuesday (3/12). Some of the workers were packing the rice that will be distributed to 1,000 Jipang Villagers. The distribution of thousands of sacks of rice is part of the launching of the Waqf-Based Rice Barn which was initiated by Global Wakaf - ACT on Wednesday (12/4).
"The total amount of rice that we will share to the beneficiaries is 5 tons. A total of 2.25 tons came from the Humanity Rice Truck that had been prepared since earlier in the morning, while the rest were in the process of packing at the LBW. The estimated beneficiaries we are targeting are 1,000 people," explained Pungki Martha Kusuma, Operations Manager of Global Wakaf - ACT.
Twenty tons of dry and wet rice is also being prepared for ACT's humanitarian programs, including the Generous Rice and Rice for Indonesian Santri (BERISI) program.
Workers at the LBW packing the rice (ACTNews/Muhajir Arif Rahmani)
"We are also preparing to pack 10 tons of rice each for the Generous Rice program and the Rice for Indonesian Santri (BERISI) Program. These rice will be used to support the Indonesia Dermawan and BERISI program," said Pungki.
Aside from distributing rice through LBW and Humanity Rice Truck, the team has also prepared several ACT humanitarian vehicles at the location, including the Humanity Water Truck, Humanity Food Truck, and Pre-Hospital Ambulance. Each of the vehicles will support the event by carrying out humanitarian actions.