Halal Product Process Assistance Training in Papua

goodmorningpapua.com – The Representative Office of Bank Indonesia (BI) Papua Province in collaboration with IAIN Fattahul Muluk Papua held a Halal Product Process Assistance (PPH) training for 3 days.

The training, started on Monday 11 July 2022, was attended by 70 IAIN Fattahul Muluk students and was aimed at supporting the development of the sharia economy in Papua.

In addition to involving the Halal Product Guarantee Agency (BPJPH), the PPH Assistance training also presented the Ministry of Religion’s Halal Task Force, and the Jayapura Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) as speakers.

A Deputy Head of the Bank Indonesia Representative Office for the Papua Province, Dedy Irianto, revealed that PPH Assistance training has an important role in strengthening the sharia economy in Papua.

“The role of Bank Indonesia, one of which is through strengthening the halal value chain by encouraging an increase in the number of halal certifications for business actors,” said Dedy representing the Head of Representative of Bank Indonesia Papua Province.

Meanwhile, the Chancellor of IAIN Fattahul Muluk Papua, represented by the Vice Chancellor III, Dr. Marwan Sileuw, M.Pd considered this training very crucial. This is because participants go directly to the community to ensure that the products produced are standardized, in this case the production process is halal.

In the future, Bank Indonesia will continue to synergize with relevant stakeholders to strengthen the sharia economy in Papua.

Just to note, after the training the participants will be deployed directly to provide assistance to Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the process of applying for halal certification.

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