UMM KKN Distributed Humanitarian Aid

Author : Humas | Monday, January 28, 2019 13:16 WIB
Dr. Sidik Sunaryo, SH., M.Sc., M.Hum (checkered shirt) as Deputy Rector III symbolically pinned school uniforms to one of the children affected by the disaster. (Photo: Special)

Students of Thematic Community Service Program (KKN) Rehabilitation of Disaster Impacts of the University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) stationed in Palu, Donggala and Sigi Central Sulawesi provided assistance to victims affected by the earthquake and tsunami disaster.

Last Saturday (25/1), the handover of assistance was given directly by UMM, Dr. Sidik Sunaryo, SH., M.Sc., M.Hum as Vice Rector III at TK Aisyah Wani Village, Donggala and at SD Inpres 11 Liku Tawaeli, Palu, Central Sulawesi.

These assistances included school uniforms, educational support facilities such as blackboards, school stationery, and Al-Quran reading and writing tools that are distributed to the service posts of Wani, Tawaeli and Bobo villages.

Sidik appreciated the work of the Students of UMM Thematic KKN Rehabilitation Impact who empowered communities in Central Sulawesi with various empowerments. Among them through economic and educational empowerment.

Take a picture with members of the UMM Thematic Rehabilitation Impact Rehabilitation Community Service. (Photo: Special)

"Indeed, the terrain is not easy for students to do KKN here. But their decision to vote in this area is very important and deserves appreciation because this is a humanitarian mission, "he said.

Inthe end, Sidik reminded, this activity was noble worship by helping people escape from their misery. "So you had to be optimistic. Be sure that this was the most important worship, "he said.

Meanwhile, Ir. Alik Ansyori, MT as the person in charge of the Thematic KKN for Disaster Impact Rehabilitation also appreciated the student's performance in various service posts (Posyan). One of them was Posyan Bobo, District of Sigi, and Central Sulawesi.

In Posyan, students held entrepreneurship training in making banana chips typical of Bobo Village. This training was considered to be effective in mobilizing microeconomics. Also, restored the independence of the community to live properly.

Students who were sent to this KKN were 40 students. They came from across Department and Faculties which were then placed in 6 service posts. It was Posyan Donggala Kodi, Wani, Tawaeli, Pantoloan, Bobo, and Sidera.

In addition, several students from the Health Faculty were assisted at the Siti Fadhilah Suphari Hospital PKU Muhammadiyah coordinating post. This action collaborated with the Muhammadiyah Disaster Management Centre (MDMC).

On the one hand, some of the KKN student work programs included psychosocial or post-disaster trauma recovery, education and economic empowerment of affected residents that the majority of whom live in temporary shelters. (Win)



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