PT Aqua Farm Nusantara delivered education and health assistance as part of the “KAMI PEDULI (We Care)” Sustainability Program in Ajibata, Toba Regency, North Sumatra, on Tuesday (4/13).
“We hope that through this assistance, we can support the smooth implementation of face-to-face learning activities during the Covid-19 pandemic,” said David Tampubolon, Head of Corporate Affairs at PT AquaFarm Nusantara, during the handover event.
David stated that through the KAMI PEDULI education and health program, the company provided educational aids such as computers and projectors, as well as temperature measuring devices and masks worth Rp56 million.
During the event, the company provided education and health assistance to SDN Ajibata, SD Inpres Ajibata, and the Technical Implementation Unit of the Education Office in Ajibata Sub-district, as well as Pardamean Ajibata Village, Ajibata Sub-district. The assistance included computers, projectors, and health masks.
On this occasion, David Tampubolon also explained that the company has conducted minor repairs at several points on the Joseph Sinaga road in Parapat, which had been damaged and had potholes.
“We have completed the repair of potholes using hot mix asphalt material on April 6, 2021, at a cost of Rp9.5 million. Hopefully, this repair can contribute to the smoothness and convenience of traffic for the community,” explained David.
PT AquaFarm Nusantara is a responsible tilapia cultivation and processing company. The company’s flagship product is high-quality fish meat under the brand Naturally Better Tilapia, produced for both domestic and export markets.
PTAN implements the “KAMI PEDULI (We Care)” Sustainability Program, which is the world’s first integrated sustainability program in aquaculture and specifically for Tilapia, aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.