When Minister Risma Encourages Orphans In Banjarbaru: You Are Extraordinary Children
Minister of Social Affairs Tri Rismaharini cheers for orphans at Balai Budi Luhur Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan, Monday (20/9/2021). (ANTARA/HO-Kemensos)

JAKARTA - Minister of Social Affairs Tri Rismaharini encouraged and motivated orphans while visiting the Budi Luhur Social Rehabilitation Center for Mentally Disabilities in Banjarbaru City, South Kalimantan Province. God loves you, you must be able to prove it, you are extraordinary children," Risma was quoted as saying in the ministry's press release in Jakarta, reported by Antara, Monday, September 20. Risma asked the orphans in the hall not to feel inferior. and don't give up and give up quickly. To the children at the Budi Luhur Social Rehabilitation Center for Mental Disabilities, the Minister of Social Affairs also wrote a message on the canvas. "Nothing is impossible with God, everything is possible as long as we want it. failure comes, our strength is in the will, "said the message he wrote on the canvas. During his visit to BRSPDM Budi Luhur, the Minister of Social Affairs donate a total aid of Rp.863,395,500 with details of assistance for the ATENSI program for orphans, orphans, and orphans Rp.41,100,000, entrepreneurship assistance of Rp.473,305,500, accessibility assistance of Rp.138,325,000, and assistance for basic needs Rp.

In addition, the Minister of Social Affairs inaugurated the ATENSI Creative Center (SKA) at Balai Budi Luhur and inspected culinary places, shopping places, cafes, plant cultivation areas, and handicrafts at SKA. According to the Integrated Social Welfare Data (DTKS) there were 4,023,622 children under the age of 18 who are unmarried and recorded on a family card whose mother, father, or mother and father have died. Government data in May 2021 compiled from 6,244 Social Welfare Institutions (LKS) shows that there are 191,696 children in care LKS Anak (orphanage/foundation/hall). Children under the care of LKS Anak include 8,882 orphans, 40,321 orphans, 5,048 orphans, and 137,445 children who still have complete parents. orphans increased. According to government estimates, there are 11,045 children who have lost one or both parents due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


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