Snacks and Iftar Meal Distribution at the Coast of Jakarta

ACT's Humanitarian Vehicle continue to be deployed during Ramadan. This time, the Humanity Food Truck served ready-to-eat meals at the north coast of Jakarta.

Snacks distribution from Mobile WMUMI in North Jakarta.
Snack distribution from Mobile WMUMI in North Jakarta. (ACTNews)

ACTNews, NORTH JAKARTA – In the last 10 days of Ramadan, Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) continues to expand goodness. Apart from staple food distribution in the form of rice and Waqf Drinking Water, ACT keeps deploying its humanitarian vehicles to various regions. Recently, It was the Humanity Food Truck that carried out meal distribution in North Jakarta, Thursday (4/29/2021).

Fishermen, fishing ship crew, orphans, and the residents around Muara Angke Fish Market became the main targets of the distribution. A total of 500 meal and snack packages were distributed. The distribution was supported by the volunteers of Masyarakat Relawan Indonesia North Jakarta and Muara Angke Fish Sellers Association (APIMA).

Alhamdulillah, this kind of free snack and meal assistance has helped local sellers and residents,” said the chairman of APIMA, Dede.

Apart from the Humanity Food Truck that served ready-to-eat meals, ACT also sent their Mobile WMUMI to distribute iftar snacks produced by MSMEs supported by Global Wakaf.

“Ready-to-eat meals and snacks which we distributed with the best vehicles were our effort to keep assisting people, especially the underprivileged ones and those whose economy is affected by the pandemic,” explained Harun Basalamah from ACT North Jakarta Program Team.[]