Behind the Renovation of the School in the Frontier of Jayapura, Papua

goodmorningpapua.com – BRI continually distributes funds for repairs and construction of educational facilities and infrastructure in a number of schools located in the 3T (Front, Remote and Underdeveloped) areas of the country’s boundary. The program, named “This is my school”, targets elementary schools that were badly damaged and need assistance in building physical facilities as the face-to-face spaces for children in the teaching and learning process.

After previously  repairing and building classrooms for the Fatukmetan State Elementary School in Kenebibi Village, Kakuluk Mesak District, Atambua NTT,  CSR of BRI Peduli proceeded the ‘This is my school’ program at the Mosso Inpres Elementary School, Skouw, Jayapura. BRI gave symbolic assistance given by the Director of Network and Services BRI Arga M. Nugraha on Thursday (26/08). The form of assistance distributed by BRI is in the form of funds for the construction of classrooms in schools located on an area of ​​25,000 square meters.

“This assistance is a continuation of BRI Peduli’s CSR assistance to build and renovate a number of elementary schools that were severely damaged in the border areas, especially in the Skouw area, Jayapura. At Mosso Elementary School, BRI provided financial assistance for the renovation of classrooms in an elementary school that borders Papua Nugenea,” said Arga.

BRI will continue to improve these schools in the future in a number of frontier areas by prioritizing aspects of improving the quality of educational supporting facilities and infrastructure for students so that they can carry out proper education. This is in line with BRI Peduli’s CSR concept, namely the 3Ps: Pro People, Pro Planet, and Pro Profit for improving the quality of Indonesian people, a proper space/environment for Indonesian children, and support the long-term quality of the company’s business.

Arga said that the quality of human resources is the main capital for the Indonesian people to be able to compete with other nations in the world. He also added that the “This is my school” program will strengthen basic education in this country through the feasibility of improving schools and making schools a safe and comfortable place for students and teachers to do the teaching and learning process.

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