Amman, MINA – The Indonesian ambassador to Jordan and Palestine, Andy Rachmianto handed over medical transportation to Palestinian refugee camps in Talbiyah, Amman that houses for around 25,000 refugees.
The medical transportation unit was an initiative of Indonesian Food and Drug Administration (BPOM) in collaboration with Jordan Hashemite Charity Organization (JHCO) and Medical Aids for Palestine (MAP) to collect funds from a number of pharmaceutical and food industries in Indonesia.
The funds were donated in the form of a medical transportation for Palestinian refugees camps in Talbiyah.
In addition, basic supplies, winter equipment, and medical equipment will be handed over to other Palestinian refugee camps, according to a press release from the Indonesian Embassy in Amman on Thursday.
Ambassador said that the delivery of aid was part of humanitarian diplomacy as one of the priority programs of Indonesian Embassy in Amman to help refugees in Jordan, both Palestinian and Syrian refugees.
“Indonesia always gives attention and support to Palestinian people, including those in refugee camps,” Ambassador Andy said.
Over the past two years, Indonesian Embassy in Amman has carried out various activities to collect and distribute humanitarian aid in Jordan and Palestine, particularly to Palestinian refugees.
The humanitarian mission of Indonesian Embassy in Amman is carried out in collaboration with various non-government groups, including entrepreneurs, NGOs, philanthropists, campuses, and celebrities.
“This is also part of the” diplomacy of the hands above “which is a priority of the government to help those in need,” Ambassador Andy said. (T/Sj/P2)
Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)