PI-Energi Distributes Basic Food Aid for Islamic Boarding Schools

PI-Energi Distributes Basic Food Aid for Islamic Boarding Schools

PT Pupuk Indonesia Energi (PI-Energi) handed over basic food assistance to a pesantren in the Bogor area, West Java on July 11, 2020. The symbolic handover of basic food assistance was carried out by the President Director of PI Energi, Tentaminarto Tri Februariartono and PI Energi's Finance Director, Nendroyogi Hadiputro and accompanied by PT Pupuk Indonesia (Persero) VP of Internal Communication, M Tony Houston.

This basic food aid was given to Aladzievie Islamic Boarding School, Bogor, West Java. Basic food assistance consists of rice, masks, vitamin C, sugar, sardines, instant noodles, milk, cooking oil and others.

Aladzievie Islamic boarding school itself is a boarding school under the guidance of Ustad Subhan Bawazier, which currently educates approximately 200 santri from elementary to high school levels. Even though it is open to the public, the Aladzievie Islamic Boarding School exempts education fees for orphans and eases the cost of education for the Dhuafa.

Tentaminarto as the President Director of PI-Energi said that the delivery of this assistance was a form of the company's concern for students to support Islamic boarding schools in dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak.

"PT Pupuk Indonesia Energi handed over this assistance in the hope that it can ease the burden on Islamic boarding schools so that the availability of basic foodstuffs remains stable for students who are continuing their education. In forming good morals for the younger generation, of course, high social care is needed. The spread of COVID-19 is still increasing every day. We hope that students can maintain their health by pursuing education while #diPondokAja. " said Tentaminarto.

PI-Energi is fully aware of the dangers of COVID-19 and will continue to be committed to maintaining the cleanliness and health of all PIE people and the surrounding community. We appeal to all PIE people and the community to minimize travel without important reasons as an effort to reduce and break the chain of the spread of COVID-19.