At the end of February, many areas in Indonesia were hit by floods. One of them is Pantai Harapan Jaya Village, Muara Gembong District, Bekasi. To help relieve flood victims, President University and Jababeka Peduli from Jababeka Infrastruktur collaborated with the Bekasi Regency Government to hold social service activities by conducting free health checkup.
A total of 105 residents, ranging from children to the elderly, came to have their health checked. The residents who attended were not only checked but were also given medicines. In addition, the team also distributed food and masks for free.
Mahir Nuwarman, Head of Pantai Harapan Jaya Village, expressed his gratitude. “I am delighted with this initiative by President University and Jababeka for residents who are located far from the city centre,” he said.
As the Jababeka Peduli community leader, Diane Damayanti said she was happy to be able to carry out social health services with the university and she hopes that in the future, she can do more such social activities.