LMR-RI of Papua Raids Garbage Again at Pharaa Sentani Market

goodmorningpapua.com – A Reclasseering Mission Agency-Republik of Indonesia (LMR-RI) undertook trash raid again in the Pharaa Sentani Market area, Jayapura Regency, Friday, March 18, 2022.

In this action, LMR-RI Papua mobilized 25 personnel to clean up trash around traders’ stalls and waterways at Pharaa Market, Sentani.

A Commander of LMR-RI Papua, Imam Syafi’i said this action was a form of support for the Jayapura Regency Government Program in dealing with waste.

“As a non-governmental organization focusing on humanity and social affairs, it continues to race to help government programs run well. Now, this waste problem is not only the task of the government but our collective duty,” said Syafi’i, on Friday.

In addition to supporting the Jayapura Government Program, said Iman, LMR-RI’s action is also to implement the vision and mission of the Governor of Papua Province, Lukas Enembe so that it is beneficial for many people.

“The point is how LMR RI Papua can be useful for many people, because it is useless to have many institutions but it is not useless, therefore LMR RI with members who are really consistent and consistent wants to perpetuate themselves for the community,” he said. .

According to Syafi’i, cleanness is very important because it is the basis of faith, so that LMR RI will continue and will not stop working and providing socialization to the community.

“Even though we only work 1 to 2 hours, if we continue to do it, it will motivate every community, all the more if the existing institutions can work together, I think the government will be very helpful,” said Syafi’i.

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