The United Nusantara Movement Committee said they provided assistance to earthquake victims in Cianjur, West Java. The total money disbursed was IDR 322 million.
In addition to money, the aid that was distributed was in the form of food, equipment such as folding mattresses, blankets, diapers, rice, instant noodles, and medicines. In addition, the United Archipelago Movement committee provided tents for the refugees.
The chairman of the United Nusantara Movement Committee, Aminuddin Ma’ruf, said that all of Jokowi’s volunteers who were present at the grand event at the Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium joined forces for the earthquake victims in Cianjur. The United Nusantara Movement Committee distributed aid directly to the people affected by the earthquake.
“First of all, we are sorry and grieve for the victims affected by the earthquake in Cianjur. We, Mr. Jokowi’s volunteers, worked together at the event at GBK yesterday and thank God we collected 3,600 cans of biscuits, 15,000 bottles of milk, 1,400 sheets of tarpaulin, 2,000 sheets of blankets, children’s diaper 42,000 fruit, 10,000 bottles of mineral water, 10 tons of rice, 1,000 boxes of instant noodles, 1 truck full of clothes that are suitable for use and money collected voluntarily during the United Nusantara event amounting to IDR 322,900,000,” Aminuddin said in a written statement, Monday ( 28/11/2022).
“We donate the money to repair houses of worship and educational facilities that were affected by the earthquake. We hope the earthquake victims can quickly recover. This is a form of our presence and social responsibility to ease the burden on the earthquake victims in Cianjur,” he continued.
Head of Cibulakan Village, Cugenang District, Cianjur Regency, Baden Zakirahman, expressed his gratitude to the United Archipelago Movement committee for assistance with food and other basic needs. Baden said that the assistance that was distributed was beneficial to residents. “To the Nusantara Bersatu committee, thank you for caring and paying attention to us, the residents affected by the earthquake. This assistance shows Jokowi’s volunteers care for us,” said Baden.
Previously, the death toll from an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.6 in Cianjur, West Java, increased to 323 people.
“So that 323 people have died. The addition today, Monday, November 28, is two people,” said Cianjur Regent Herman Suherman in a press conference, Monday (11/28).
The joint team is currently still looking for the missing victims. So far, nine people have been reported missing.
“There are only 9 missing victims who are still being searched. Hopefully tomorrow we will continue to pray for them to be found,” said Herman.