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Jakarta - PT Angkasa Pura II, 20 airports in Indonesia, strives to always provide benefits to the community in various aspects through the Environmental Social Responsibility (TJSL) program.
The TJSL program implemented by AP II focuses on education, the environment and MSME assistance, as emphasized by the Minister of BUMN Erick Thohir.
"I appreciate the cluster division that has been carried out for each of these programs so that each BUMN can be more focused," said the Minister of BUMN.
In 2022, AP II is running the Environmental Social Responsibility (TJSL) program in which TJSL funds disbursed around IDR 55.49 billion consisting of Funding for Micro and Small Enterprises (UMK) and distribution of Non-PUMK funds.
The Funding Program for MSEs in 2022 will be disbursed in the amount of IDR 38.84 billion to more than 400 fostered partners engaged in the business sectors of industry, trade, agriculture, livestock, plantations, fisheries, services.
AP II President Director Muhammad Awaluddin said AP II supports economic growth not only by maintaining flight connectivity, but also directly supporting community economic activities through channeling funding programs for MSEs.
"We hope that funding from AP II for UMK throughout 2022 can support community business activities, including in facing the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. UMK is the backbone of the Indonesian economy, and AP II seeks to always support UMK," explained Muhammad Awaluddin.
AP II Director of Human Capital Ajar Setiadi said the funding for MSEs was in line with the focus of the Ministry of BUMN this year on supporting the development of MSEs through the TJSL program.
"UMKs need to have access to funding, and this is the duty of AP II as a BUMN to participate in providing this access so that UMKs can always upgrade in a sustainable manner," said Ajar Setiadi.
4 pillars construction
Ajar Setiadi said the TJSL AP II program also aims to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (TPB) through the development of 4 pillars namely economic, social, environment, and law and governance.
Funds disbursed for the construction of these 4 pillars amounted to IDR 16.5 billion.
Ajar Setiadi said that the distribution of assistance for the development of the 4 pillars was carried out in various operational areas of AP II.
"The TJSL program is to support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals which are divided into the 4 pillars. We hope that the TJSL program implemented by AP II can provide benefits to the community, create added value, and support the development of MSEs," explained Ajar Setiadi.