Surveyor Indonesia Cares Shares the Blessings of Ramadan to the Community

Surveyor Indonesia Cares Shares the Blessings of Ramadan to the Community – Various programs were held by Surveyor Indonesia in this year’s Ramadan. Starting from internal activities intended for employees such as Ramadan studies, daily iftar, and Muslim women’s fairs to external activities such as the donation of Braille Al-Quran to the Blind Coffee Specialty Community for the Blind and organizing Homecoming with SOEs.

In addition, this month of Ramadan is used as a moment to share with the community, especially those in the Surveyor Indonesia area.

“This activity is a form of the company’s concern for the surrounding community through the Indonesia Cares Surveyor Program which has been running so far, including friends with disabilities. It is hoped that this assistance will help them continue to study and read the Koran,” said the Director of Finance and Risk Management, Rosmanidar Zulkifli.

In the Muslimah Fair Surveyor Indonesia activity with the theme “Halal Lifestyle” which was attended by the Special Staff of the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Angkie Yudistia and General Chairperson of the Indonesian Muslimah Merchants Brotherhood as well as the Author of Towards Halal Book, Prof.Dr.Hj.Siti Nur Azizah Ma’aruf, Surveyor Indonesia participating in supporting the government’s mandatory halal certification program by socializing halal obligations through talk shows and actively becoming the Main Halal Inspection Agency (LPH), assisting Muslims in halal inspection.

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Indonesian surveyors also participated in the 2023 BUMN Joint Homecoming Program which was held simultaneously by the Ministry of BUMN on 18 April 2023.

This program is part of the implementation of BUMN service which is carried out as a form of BUMN Social and Environmental Responsibility (TJSL). This time the Indonesian Surveyor participated in dispatching travelers to three destinations, namely Semarang, Yogyakarta and Malang.

Through this program, SOEs are here to help people who want to go home and gather with their beloved families on Eid. In addition, this program is also a strategic step to mitigate the potential risk of traffic accidents for travelers.

If previously many people were going home using two-wheeled vehicles, they could take advantage of this joint homecoming program so that it would be safer and more comfortable.

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