Medan –Yagasu distributed one hundred sembako (staple food) packages to community who live around Yagasu's head office in Medan, North Sumatra (27/04).
(Yagasu’s HRD Manager, Dedy Ibrahimsyah, was giving a package of sembako (staple food) to the community)
The representative of Yagasu staff said the food aid was a form of Yagasu’s concern for the community around Yagasu’s head office on Jl. Sei Batu Gingging, Medan Selayang.
The Ramadan packages were given to the poor, the elderly, workers and the community who live around the office.
This food aid is a form of Yagasu’s concern for the community who live around Yagasu’s office to help the community ahead of Eid Al-Fitr 1443 H.
Yagasu hoped that the packages would be useful in helping the community meet their daily needs, in preparation to the Eid Al-Fitr.
Yagasu (Yayasan Gajah Sumatra) is a Non-Governmental Organization with over 21 years of practical experiences on biodiversity conservation, ecosystem restoration and protection, climate change mitigation and adaptation, capacity building, environmental education and local economic reconstruction through the facilitation of generating income for local communities on green livelihoods. Established on July 17, 2001, the organization initial concern was Sumatra’s elephant conservation. In 2006, Yagasu changed its management structure and officially registered with Yagasu Aceh as its legal name. In recent years, yagasu has been focused on restoring mangrove restoration, environment and climate change, and local community empowerment in Aceh, North Sumatra, East Java, and Wet Java Province.
For Further Information:
Yagasu Head Office
Jalan Sei Batu Gingging No. 69
Kel. PB Selayang I, Kec. Medan Selayang, Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia
20131 (Postal Code)