Reporter: Firmansyah Lawawi
Sulawesi after natural disasters, both in the form of funds and infrastructure
development. One of them is from the Tzu-Chi Buddhist Foundation, Taiwan.
Foundation, Aida Angkasa, revealed that it would build around 2000 permanent
shelter for the people of Palu City. It has coordinated with the Mayor of Palu,
and the Governor of Central Sulawesi has been linked to revoking the HGB land
permit for the construction of Huntap.
who are located behind Tadulako University have been willing to give up the
land they manage to the State. Yesterday he called me, HGB owners handed it to
the state at the RI Kemenkuham office,” Aida said on Wednesday (1/23/2019
the revocation of HGB licenses for the construction of Huntap in the city of
Palu. Previously, the Mayor had revealed to the foundation when the process was
running slowly, he would install a body for the acceleration of Permanent
permanent residences. However, this does not rule out the possibility that it
will increase to more than two thousand. “To estimate the number of Huntap
to be built, it depends on the land. It may be increased by units,” he
the Huntap building which was one unit three times six meters in size.
Meanwhile, in the case of road vases, or making road access is handled by the
given to Sigi Regency. But said Aida Angkasa, until now, the Sigi District
Government has not responded to this. “Our foundation has allocated Huntap
assistance to Palu City Government, Sigi Regency Government, and Lombok. Each
of them has one thousand units. But until now we have lost contact with the
Sigi District Government,” he said.
to Permanent Shelter, the foundation will cooperate with the City Government of
Palu. But clearly, Aida Angkasa, uses a system of priority scale. That is,
prioritizing citizens who need Huntap more.
Huntap ownership certificate. By agreement, it cannot be traded or bought as
collateral for ten years. “We have implemented it in Aceh, the plan is
that on January 30th the groundbreaking of Huntap construction will be carried
out,” he explained.
in carrying out its assistance does not look at religious factors. But putting
forward the feeling of humanity. “We have a network that is in sixty
countries. The funding is not only from the foundation but also from
donors,” said Aida Angkasa.**