Likewise the management and employees of PT Pamapersada Nusantara Adaro district (PAMA ADRO) who were moved to provide aid in four districts.
CSR Officer of PT Pamapersada Nusantara Adaro district Bayu Handoko said it was a form of humanity that spontaneously emerged from the hearts of employees to ease the burden of other who were affected by the disaster.
"Hopefully this assistance can ease the burden on the flood victims," said Bayu.
The aid was distributed to Tabalong, Balangan, North Hulu Sungai (HSU), dan Central Hulu Sungai (HST) which are close to the company's operational areas.
In collaboration with the respective local government, BPBD (Disaster Mitigation Agency), Social Agency, Environment Agency, and the police, PAMA ADRO distributed assistance in the form of basic food, baby equipments, and cleaning tools.
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PAMA ADRO also sent clean water for people need and one dump trucks for handling post-flood waste.
In addition, the National PAMA Group specifically deployed and ERT team to handle flood in Banjarmasin City, Banjarbaru City, and Barito Kuala District.
Assistance for HST's flood victims received by HST Regent H. A. Chairansyah. He expressed his gratitude for the concern as well as humanitarian spirit of all parties.
"I hope all parties to coordinate and strengthen each other in handling and the recovery of this flood disaster," said Chairansyah.
A similar remarks was conveyed by North Hulu Sungai Regent H Abdul Wahid HK for PAMA ADRO's concern by distributing aid to flood victims.
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