The Shelter of Malaysian Aid Operates Officially


Reporter: Ramdan Otoluwa

Government commence officially a shelter or housing for residents of Lere Village victim of  tsunami, on Saturday (12/22/2018).

The intermediate housing located on Diponegoro Street in West Palu is an aid from the Mercy Malaysia organization. Palu Government appreciated and thanked Mercy Malaysia for its concern for the tsunami victims in Lere Village, especially those whose homes were lost in waves, and who had been living in the refugee camps.

“The inauguration of the shelter is intended to provide a shelter which is relatively more feasible for the victims of natural disasters, rather than living in tents. Palu Government will try to build the next phase of shelters that can be carried out according to the planned deadline, “said Mayor of Palu, represented by the Head of the Regional Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) of Palu, Presby Tampubolon.

The inauguration of the shelter was also attended by Vice President of Mercy Malaysia, Datin Raja Reza, business affairs representative, Sime Darby Plantation, Sime Darby Foundation, Haji Mohammad Helmy Othman Basha and also appointed the shelter administrators and coordinators.

The government hopes that the community can work together to maintain and utilize various facilities at the shelter appropriately since the effort is directly proportional to efforts to maintain and manage the environment, let it be in cleanliness, beauty and creativity around the residential areas.

"Therefore, all parties can mutually enhance understanding among fellow members, avoid the smallest possible potential conflicts between neighbors, hopefully the life experience in this residence can teach us to share with each other sincerely," hoped the Mayor.**

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