TNI's Concern to Border Public Health - Berita Papua


Senin, 20 Januari 2020

TNI's Concern to Border Public Health

TNI's Concern to Border Public Health

As a form of TNI's love for Papuans in health issues, Members of the RI-PNG Pamtas Task Force Yonif 713 / ST Kout Post and Skamto Post carry out mobile treatment activities in the Arso 8 community of Yammua Village and Yowong Village, West Arso District, Keerom Regency, Papua Province.

The services carried out by members of the TNI to the people at the RI-PNG border are very beneficial for the people at the Border. Where is a place to live far from the location of health services that make people feel lazy to come for treatment.

"So with this mobile treatment at least it can reduce the burden on society," said Kapendam XVII / Cenderawasih Colonel Cpl Eko Daryanto.

"We are also grateful because the community was helped a lot by the services provided by members in the field. Members complained a lot of illnesses suffered by residents, both from parents, mothers, fathers and children, "he continued.

The enthusiasm of the community for treatment is very high, even the community is waiting for the presence of the Task Force to carry out this mobile treatment service. They felt very helped because they realized that getting to the hospital needed time because the distance between the residences was quite far.

The people who received free medical treatment expressed their gratitude for providing this health service, hoping that in the future this activity will continue to be carried out for the public health at the Border.

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