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Food aid for Indonesian workers

Azlan Othman

The Indonesian Embassy in Brunei Darussalam, which held a survey to find out the needs of Indonesian nationals in the Sultanate, found food assistance to be a common request, particularly among Indonesian migrant workers (PMIs).

In response, the embassy organised an event to distribute food to PMIs on Saturday.

Indonesian Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam Dr Sujatmiko and spouse Nany Sujatmiko presented food packages, comprising rice, cooking oil, tea, coffee, sugar and instant noodles.

Deputy Head of the Indonesian Representative Office Irwan Iding and embassy officials also participated in the food distribution.

The event continued with an iftar, organised by the Indonesian Community Association in Brunei (PERMAI), Doa Tarawih and religious lectures.

ABOVE & BELOW: Indonesian Ambassador to Brunei Darussalam Dr Sujatmiko and spouse Nany Sujatmiko hand over food packages to Indonesian migrant workers. PHOTO: INDONESIAN EMBASSY IN BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

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