Christmas Momentum, ADAI Papua Makes a Visit of Affection to an Orphanage in Jayapura

goodmorningpapua.com – Welcoming Christmas on December 25 and commemorating Mother’s Day on December 22, the Association of Indonesian Accounting Lecturers at the Regional Management Council (ADAI DPW) of Papua Province made an affection visit to orphanage children in Jayapura.

ADAI DPW made an affection visit to the Blind Humania Foundation, the Child Social Welfare Institution (LKSA), and the Pelangi Abepura Orphanage.

“We are carrying out humanitarian actions in the framework of the momentum of the 94th Mother’s Day on December 22, 2022 and Christmas Day, December 25, 2022,” said the Head of ADAI DPW Papua Province, Muh Yamin.

Yamin said, the purpose of the active visit of love was to visit our less fortunate brothers.

“This visit of affection is to motivate and give optimism in life, especially ahead of Christmas,” he said.

Meanwhile, a Deputy Chairperson of the ADAI DPW Papua Province, Entis Sutisna said the visit of love, especially ahead of Christmas, was a means of raising awareness of others in need.

“ADAI Papua is present to provide assistance to residents of the Blind Humania Foundation and the LKSA Orphanage Pelangi in the context of the 94th Mother’s Day,” he said.

As well as in welcoming Christmas and New Year, he hopes to be able to motivate those who have limitations to remain optimistic about life,” he said.

The activity of distributing the assistance in the form of basic necessities included buying handicrafts from Humania’s blind residents and crafts for the children of the Pelangi Orphanage.

Activities for distributing aid in the form of basic necessities, including activities to buy handicrafts for blind people from Humania and crafts for children from the Pelangi Orphanage.

The ADAI Papua Cares love visit was also attended by DPW Chairman Muhamad Yamin Noch and Deputy Chair Entis Sutisna along with several administrators.

Activities for distributing assistance in the form of basic necessities, including activities to buy handicrafts for blind people from Humania and crafts for children from the Pelangi Orphanage.

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