Students of the Independent Student Exchange Program (PMM-2) IKIP Budi Utomo (IBU) Malang, distributed aid for flood-affected residents in Pujiharjo Village, Tirtoyudo District, Malang Regency, East Java.
In the implementation in the field, the students collaborated with the Association of Indonesian Journalists (PWI) Malang Raya.
“Besides studying, students are also introduced to life in Malang Raya. One of them is empathizing with victims of natural disasters,” explained IKIP Chancellor Budi Utomo (IBU) Assoc Prof. Dr. H Nurcholis Sunuyeko M.Si.
He added that PMM is a student from outside Malang Raya. By being directly involved, helping victims, as well as making social contributions, for others. Around 30 PMM participants, accompanied by lecturers and mentors, went directly to the disaster site.
Meanwhile, Nurul Aqilah, a PMM participant from the Muhammadiyah University of Kendari, said she was touched, seeing the condition of the victims affected by the flood.
“We feel touched and proud to have been invited by the IKIP Budi Utomo Malang campus. To be closer to the community," explained Nurul Aqilah.
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Pray for the victims to recover quickly. "What we contribute, hopefully can help our brothers in need," added Muhammad Usrap, another PMM participant.
Currently, PMM participants, there are about 255 students. Derived from 52 universities in Indonesia.
The head of Pujiharjo Village, Hendik Arso Hadi Winulyo, expressed his gratitude for the concern of the students. Previously, there were also students who did KKN. "Hopefully, we will always succeed in producing a young generation that is strong and useful for the nation and state," explained the village head.
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