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One of the oil palm plantation subsidiaries of PT Astra Agro Lestari (AAL) operating in Pasangkayu, namely, PT Mamuang handed over dozens of basic food packages to the Kaili Tado tribe around the plantation area
The food package assistance aims to help underprivileged people while maintaining friendly relations, symbolically handed over by PT Mamuang Administrator, Aan Dwi Permono to the Customary Leader, Mangge Arkam witnessed by the Head of Martasari Village, Wayang Astawa Yasa, in the courtyard of the Kabuyu Old Mosque, Martasari Village, Pedongga District, Pasangkayu Regency, Thursday (30/11/2023).
In his brief remarks, Aan said, this food package assistance is a routine activity through the CSR program carried out by the company to continue to maintain friendly relations with the community within company’s area.
“Activities like this are often carried out by the company. Hopefully this assistance can help and ease the burden of the community’s daily needs,” said Aan.
He hopes that the relationship that has been established so far between the company and the community can be maintained, creating mutual support to move forward together.
“Relationships are very important, hence let’s maintain our relationship that has been built long before. So we can avoid misunderstandings if there are any provocative issues, for example,” hoped the highest leader in PT Mamuang’s management.
On the same occasion, the Customary Leader of the Kaili Tado Tribe, Mangge Arkam, thanked the company, in this case PT Mamuang, for always helping the community through the CRS program.
“We must admit that the company’s social concern for the community, especially the Kaili Tado tribe, has almost never stopped. This is because of the strong communication and relationship that has been established,” he said. (Andi).