PT Gunung Madu Plantations (GMP) once again handed over additional food aid packages to accelerate the reduction of stunting cases in the Terusan Nunyai District. Through this Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program, GMP provided supplementary food aid to malnourished toddlers and pregnant women with limited nutritional conditions.

In this event, a total of 254 packages were given to toddlers and another 80 to pregnant women. This assistance covered all villages in Terusan Nunyai District, including Gunung Batin Udik, Gunung Batin Baru, Gunung Batin Ilir, Gunung Agung, Bandar Agung, Bandar Sakti, and Tanjung Anom. The program was carried out in collaboration with the local government and the Bandar Agung Community Health Center (Puskesmas) on June 13, 2023, at Gunung Batin Udik Village, Terusan Nunyai District. The representatives of GMP and stakeholders attended this event were: the General Affairs Officer of GMP, the Head of the Planning Department of the Central Lampung Regency Health Office, the Head of the Terusan Nunyai District Government, the Head of the Bandar Agung Community Health Center, the Heads of Gunung Batin Udik and Gunung Batin Ilir Villages, and the Chairperson of the Family Welfare Empowerment Program (TP PKK) of Terusan Nunyai District.

Egi Wira Gala, General Affairs of GMP, stated that the stunting reduction acceleration program was one of GMP’s CSR programs in 2022 and 2023. He added that the programs followed the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the Central Government. The company hoped the program would be beneficial because the growth and development of children were collective future.

The head of Gunung Batin Udik Village expressed deepest gratitude and appreciation to GMP for actively participating and being present in the community through the CSR program. Mr. Yunus, representing the Head of the Central Lampung Regency Health Office, also expressed sincere gratitude to the company’s charitable activities that have assisted in interventions to reduce stunting in Lampung Tengah. They hoped the aid could improve the nutrition of toddlers and pregnant women in the areas.

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