Welcoming Papua to Peace, PATELKI Jayapura Shares Takjil and Visits Orphanages

goodmorningpapua.com – Welcoming the 36th Anniversary of the Association of Health Laboratory Technologists (PATELKI), the Jayapura Regional Administrators (DPC) spread kindness in the month of Ramadan.

In addition to sharing takjil, PATELKI Jayapura visited children at the Pesantren Foundation and  Orphanage of Tarbiyatussibyan in Doyo, Jayapura Regency, Papua.

Chairman of the DPC PATELKI Jayapura Regency, Roxie Yaung said, this activity reflects the 36th Anniversary theme of synergy to make the nation healthful. One of them is doing good deeds and showing the beauty of tolerance between fellow religious people.

“On this 36th anniversary, we have carried out activities for the first two days, distributing Takjil at a traffic light area in front of Sentani Airport and at the Tarbiyatussibyan Islamic Boarding School and Orphanage in Doyo,” explained Roxie in Sentani, Monday, April 25, 2022.

Roxie explained that this activity was also to introduce PATELKI to the public. For example, if there is a service that is lacking from every laboratory in a private hospital, health center or clinic, the public can submit it directly to the DPC PATELKI Jayapura.

“Most of the complaints are submitted to social media, therefore I as a Chairperson of the PATELKI DPC would like to convey to the public that it is better for the complaint to be submitted directly to us so that it can be taken into consideration,” he said.

He added, DPC PATELKI Jayapura will support every student who wants to enter the health sector, such as nurses and analysts. The support is shown by providing recommendations to students to continue their studies.

Meanwhile, the leader of the Tarbiyatussibyan Pesantren and Orphanage, Syarif Al Hamid, expressed his gratitude to the Jayapura PATELKI for greeting and sharing love with the children in the month of Ramadan.

Syarif explained that the Pesantren, which also accommodates the orphans, still really needs the assistance of all parties.

“This program is what we desire, because as administrators we are unable to do anything like what PATELKI has done, hopefully this can provide benefits for the Papuan people, especially in Jayapura Regency,” he hoped.

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