"In regional 3 there are 11 provinces, out of 11 provinces we have chosen five villages, so you should be proud because of the thousands of villages in region 3, the position of Bumi Jaya Village is in the top five," said the Chairperson of the Village and Urban Village Competition Clarification Team Valentinus Sudaryanto.
The assessment team on Tuesday (7/16) clarified the field in Bumi Jaya. "Simultaneous assessment of village and urban village competitions and takes place on regional 1, regional 2, regional 3 and regional 4 throughout Indonesia," he pointed out.
He expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the village apparatus and the Bumi Jaya community for struggling to carry out village competitions up to this stage.
According to him, the presence of the team in Bumi Jaya Village indicated that the village had passed the administrative assessment, so it was chosen to be the top five villages included in the field clarification assessment in region 3 in the Kalimantan and Sulawesi regions.
Field clarification aims to assess the suitability of the data and information that has been delivered with the real conditions in the field.
Village and urban village competitions are held every year to encourage and motivate village and urban village governments and their communities to compete in a sportive, positive and integrated manner in improving the quality of government administration, implementation of development and service to village communities.
The Assistant for General Affairs of the district Safarin said that the Tanah Laut District Government strongly supports and appreciates the activity because it can trigger all villages in the district to explore and develop their potential and can provide useful input for future development and improvement efforts.
Present at the event were Chairwoman of the Tanah Laut PKK Hj Nurul Hikmah Sukamta, Deputy Chairperson of PKK I Yati Oktoviana, Head of Pelaihari Sub-district Akhmad Nopriadi, Head of Bumi Jaya Village Mulyono, village apparatus and local community. // foto: Indonesian village contest //