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The Nawakara’s Batang Power Plan Team Renovated People's Home

Author: Nawakara Admin

Date : 14 August 2020

Batang – PT Nawakara Perkasa Nusantara (Nawakara) through the Batang Power Plant  Project (Surabaya Regional Office) conducted a house renovation that belongs to Ahmad Harsono, a resident of Ujungnegoro Village, Dukuh Rowokudo, Kandeman District, Batang Regency, Central Java Province, on Thursday (13/8). This is the part of the Nawakara house renovation program that has been running since 2019.  

The Head of the Batang Power Plant Project, I Nengah Sugiarta, explained that the Nawakara house renovation program aims to further introduce Nawakara to all areas in Batang Regency. "With a social program like this, it will be more effective in introducing Nawakara. The program's benefits can be felt directly by people in need. And this program can also embrace important parties to work together with, such as the Batang Regency Muspida and other parties," said I Nengah.

This is the second time Nawakara carried out a house renovation in Ujungnegoro Village. Previously, Nawakara did it in mid-2019. In addition to Ahmad Harsono's house,  Nawakara plans to renovates 3 other houses in the village.  The owner of that houses are Wastonah and Wasmo (Dukuh Wandangan residents), and Yaumi (Dukuh Sumur residents). 

The house renovation will be started when the schedule from the Kandeman District Muspika received by the team. The source of funds for this activity comes from the Nawakara personnel fee which is supported by the Batang Regency Government.

On this occasion, the Deputy Regent of Batang, Suyono and Dandim Batang, Lt. Col. Inf. Dwison Evianto giving donation to Ahmad Harsono on behalf of the Batang Regency Government. The Batang Regency Government, represented by the Deputy Regent of Batang, appreciated the activities carried out by Nawakara. Suyono prayed that Nawakara would remain victorious.

Dandim Batang hopes that the Nawakara social program does not end here. Programs like this should continue cause gave great help to the underprivileged, especially in the midst of the current Covid-19 pandemic. "This activity is very good. It can improve the life quality of the beneficiaries by having a house that is more decent, comfortable, and of course healthy," said Lieutenant Colonel Inf. Dwison Evianto.