Heavy rain that flushed across Indonesia in the past few days has caused flooding in several cities, forcing thousands of people to evacuate. Amid the COVID19 pandemic where people become severely limited, those impacted by the disaster must receive more attention to alleviate their suffering. Cooperation from all parties will be highly beneficial for them during the recovery and post-disaster period.
Indosat Ooredoo‘s continuous commitment to be present in the community affected by disasters in Indonesia is implemented through food assistance delivery and the operation of Mobile Clinics.
The flooding that occurred in several cities of Indonesia has moved Indosat Ooredoo to immediately distribute food assistance to those impacted in Jabodetabek area and to deploy Mobile Clinics to those impacted in other cities of Indonesia, including in Nganjuk regency of East Java, Sumbawa regency of West Nusa Tenggara, and Keerom regency of Papua.
SVP-Head Corporate Communications of Indosat Ooredoo, Steve Saerang said: “Since the beginning of the disaster began to occur in several cities of Indonesia, we immediately distributed food assistance and deployed Mobile Clinics to help people in need of evacuation and assistance. We demonstrate our social responsibility to the impacted society by providing basic food needs and free health services, and these actions aim to alleviate the suffering of those who are affected. We hope that the condition will improve soon, so their lives can run normally again.”