PT PP (Persero) Tbk (“the Company”) is again implementing a social assistance program in the context of overcoming Covid-19 Pandemic. The assistance provided by the Company on this occasion was in the form of assistance in the field of education, namely distribution of curriculum book packages. This assistance was provided as a form of the Company's concern for the world of education in Indonesia, especially in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. On this occasion, the Company distributed educational book packages in Depok, West Java. Book package assistance was handed over directly to representatives of 3 (three) schools, namely: SMP Ratu Jaya, SMP Islam Nusyamsi and SMA Bina Insan Mandiri (Master) on Thursday (03/09). The school received 1 (one) package of books each.
In 1 (one) package of books provided by the Company to junior high schools consisting of 630 (six hundred and thirty) books for students in grades 7 to 9 consisting of various subjects and as many as 90 (ninety) books intended for teachers teaching in grades 7 to 9 which consists of various subjects. Whereas the package given to high school level schools consists of 648 (six hundred and forty eight) books for students in grades 10 to 12 consisting of various subjects and as many as 135 (one hundred and thirty five) books intended for teachers teaching in classes 10 to 12. The total social funds provided for the procurement of the 67 (sixty) books amounted to ± Rp. 1 billion.
Previously, the Company procured 67 (sixty seven) 2013 Curriculum Book packages in synergy with PT Balai Pustaka (Persero). The procurement of the 67 (sixty seven) books is also part of a series of activities for the Company's 67th anniversary. The 2013 Curriculum Book Package assistance will be given to 67 (sixty) junior high schools and equivalent in all regions of Indonesia. Previously, the Company had also given the books symbolically on the Company's Birthday (26/08) to Yaperjasa Middle School in South Jakarta and the Adi Luhur Islamic Education Foundation High School in East Jakarta. These schools receive 1 (one) package of books each. The assistance will continue to be given and distributed gradually as many as 67 (sixty seven) book packages throughout Indonesia.