ACTNews, TASIKMALAYA – The impact of the pandemic is not only felt by people in urban areas but also by residents who live far from the city. The pandemic threatens their health and economy. We need to overcome this pandemic together and start from little things.
Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT), which is driven by the generosity of the community, carries out various programs, including Free Meal Operation. At the end of August, ACT provided hundreds of ready-to-eat meals for impoverished people, the elderly, and orphans in Pagerageung.
“This time, we visit one of the villages in Pagerageung. This location is adjacent to Ciamis Regency, and many underprivileged residents live there. The pandemic also has an impact here even though the place is far from the city," explained Diki Zakaria from ACT Program team in Tasikmalaya Regency.
ACT, JNE Tasikmalaya, and BSI Singaparna provided ready-to-eat meals and hundreds of kilograms of Waqf Rice.
"Alhamdulillah, we optimally carried out Free Food Operation. We have often collaborated with ACT. Insha Allah, we will carry out more collaborative actions," hoped Rudy Noer, representative of JNE Tasikmalaya.