The soaring prices of staple foods have burdened many households in Indonesia. Plus, the activity restrictions aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19 have made it difficult for many people to make a living. As a result, many families have been dealing with the difficulty getting affordable foodstuffs.
To solve this problem, Aksi Cepat Tanggap (ACT) provides quality affordable foodstuffs through Cheap Food Operation. The program was held in several ACT branches, including Malang and Lhokseumawe.
The residents can buy ten kilograms of foodstuff packages consisting of rice, cooking oil, soy sauce, salt, and protein source food such as eggs or canned fish at half-price.