Moeldoko Center Distributes Aid for Flood Victims in Percut Village North Sumatera

Deli SerdangMoeldoko Center North Sumatra Branch provided assistance to 350 families of tidal flood victims in Percut Sungai Tuan Village, Deli Serdang, North Sumatera, Monday (8/11/2021).

“Assistance in the form of basic necessities, mattresses, sheets, etc. from the Moeldoko Center of North Sumatra is a form of concern and concern to ease the burden on the community,” said Chairman of the Moeldoko Center of Aceh Province, S. Ramadhan Djamil representing the Chairman of the Moeldoko Center of North Sumatera, Novi Zass.

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The rob flood that occurred in Percut Village, on Thursday (11/04/2021) was due to the overflow of river and sea water due to the conversion of mangrove forests into oil palm plantations. The Head of Percut Village, Asyhari Syah, thanked the Moeldoko Center for being concerned and responsive to the tidal flood disaster in his village.

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General Chairperson of the Moeldoko Center, Trisya Suherman, said that the Meldoko Center, which was established in February 2021, has now established 37 Moeldoko Center posts throughout Indonesia.

Moeldoko Center as a social organization has a vision Towards a Golden Indonesia. Meanwhile, its mission is to help make President Joko Widodo’s (Jokowi) program a success.

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