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Sells Harvest at Ramadhan Market, Sobis Pammase Remains Committed to Distribute Harvest with PAUD and NGOsCSR paud Indonesia
Sells Harvest at Ramadhan Market, Sobis Pammase Remains Committed to Distribute Harvest with PAUD and NGOsCSR paud Indonesia
Sells Harvest at Ramadhan Market, Sobis Pammase Remains Committed to Distribute Harvest with PAUD and NGOsCSR paud Indonesia
Sells Harvest at Ramadhan Market, Sobis Pammase Remains Committed to Distribute Harvest with PAUD and NGOsCSR paud Indonesia
Sells Harvest at Ramadhan Market, Sobis Pammase Remains Committed to Distribute Harvest with PAUD and NGOsCSR paud Indonesia
Sells Harvest at Ramadhan Market, Sobis Pammase Remains Committed to Distribute Harvest with PAUD and NGOsCSR paud Indonesia

Sells Harvest at Ramadhan Market, Sobis Pammase Remains Committed to Distribute Harvest with PAUD and NGOs

Sells Harvest at Ramadhan Market, Sobis Pammase Remains Committed to Distribute Harvest with PAUD and NGOs

To welcome Ramadan, the Mamuju Regency Food Security Service held the Ramadhan Market 1443 on 4 - 23 April 2022 which was participated by various UMKM (Small and Medium Enterprise) traders such as takjil traders, basic necessities, clothing, several financial business activities, including PTTEP’s CSR initiative namely Sobis Pammase showcasing honey, propolis, and frozen organic chicken products at this event.

The opening of the Ramadhan Market began with a visit from the Regent of Mamuju Regency, Mrs. Hj. Siti Sutinah Suhardi who explored every booth or stand that lined the Ramadhan market activity area. One by one the products were shown to Mrs. Hj. Siti Sutinah Suhardi. When visiting the Sobis Pammase exhibition stand, products such as honey, propolis and organic chicken apparently caught her attention to find out more about the origin. She also said, "Hopefully, all of them will sell well today”.

Since 2018, after routinely establishing and organizing PAUD in Mamuju, Majene and Polewali Mandar, PTTEP Indonesia initiated an economic empowerment program that aims to be able to provide added value and positive impact to PAUD and local community.

Therefore, five agribusiness-based business units have high potential to be developed in the region. These include a vannamei shrimp farm, two KUB (Kampung Unggul Balitnak) chicken farms, a duck farm and a trigona honeybee farm.

These five units are under the coordination of a socially oriented agribusiness group association, Sobis Pammase, which have the commitment to share its profits with PAUD community.

Ahead of Eid al-Fitr 1443 H, the harvest is not only sold at the Ramadhan Market, but also distributes the chicken harvest to 9 PAUD and 2 NGOs (Non-Governmental Organization) located in Mamuju and Polewali Mandar, West Sulawesi. The beneficiaries of this harvest sharing program include PAUD that has been assisted by PTTEP Indonesia, namely Siola Matahari in Mamuju City, Siola Gemilang Azzahra in Sinyonyoi, Siola Ashabul Maimanah in Sampaga, Siola Teratai in Papalang, Siola Pasir Putih in West Tapalang, TS Malaqbiq in Campalagian, TS Alimuddiniyah in Wonomulyo, TS Permata Hati in Balanipa, TS Tinambung and the Karampuang Foundation in Mamuju and the Mandar Madani Community Foundation in Polewali Mandar.

The distribution of free-range chicken products for PAUD was represented by Ahmad Azikin as the Coordinator of Sobis Pammase and this association remains committed to being a social enterprise that aims to build local economic independence and share its profit with the PAUD community.

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