Pertamina Cares to Help Fire Victims at Jayapura Inpres Market

goodmorningpapua.com – PT Pertamina Patra Niaga Regional Papua-Maluku moved quickly to help hundreds of fire victims at the Inpres Market Complex, Tanjung Ria, Jayapura City.

This fast action was carried out by distributing 135 basic food packages to affected communities at the Inpres Market Fire Command Post. The assistance was handed over directly by Area Manager Communication, Relations & CSR Pertamina Patra Niaga Papua Maluku Regional, Edi Mangun.

“Together with the CSR function, we are providing assistance with 135 food packages as a form of concern for the people affected by the fire disaster around our work environment,” said Edi Mangun in a release, Sunday 13 November 2022.

Edi noted that 38 heads of families had to flee because they lost their homes in the fire that occurred at RT 01 RW 04 Pasar Inpres, Tanjung Ria Village on 12 November 2022.

“This assistance is part of the company’s Environmental Social Responsibility (TJSL) to residents affected by the fire that occurred in Pertamina’s ring 1 location area. “Hopefully the assistance provided can relieve the people affected by the fires,” he said.

A Head of RT 01 Tanjung Ria, Rosmiarty Genda expressed his gratitude to Pertamina Patra Niaga Regional Papua-Maluku for responding to the disaster by distributing aid to communities affected by the fires.

“We would like to thank Pertamina Patra Niaga Regional Papua Maluku for responding directly to us when the fire occurred and participating in monitoring the condition and condition of the victims. This assistance is truly on target and according to our needs,” he said.

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