Jakarta, August 30th, 2022 – In commemoration of National Children’s Day 2022 and the 77th Indonesian Independence Day, PT United Tractors Tbk (UT) through the CSR program in the Health Program (UTCARE) collaborates with the Karya Bakti United Tractors Foundation (YKBUT), namely the UT Polyclinic and PT Mitra Bakti UT (MBUT) to organize “Aksi Generasi Sehat” program at the Penggilingan 003 Elementary School, Cakung, Jakarta Timur.
“Aksi Generasi Sehat” is a healthy school development program that focuses on increasing the knowledge and awareness of elementary school students about health and sustainable environmental conservation, to realize healthy, strong, and creative Indonesian children in accordance with the profile of Pancasila students and the golden generation of Indonesia.
This activity was attended by 30 participants from 4th – 5th grade elementary school students and filled with educational activities related to Clean, Healthy Lifestyle, Energy Efficiency, as well as education on Biodiversity and Family Medicinal Plants (TOGA) along with their cultivation practices by students of the Penggilingan 003 Elementary School.
In addition to these activities, this collaboration also supports improving the quality of learning and student health through the support of learning facilities and health services (UKS).
“Aksi Generasi Sehat” activity at the Penggilingan 003 Elementary School is a part of UT’s commitment to fostering Elementary Schools in Education and Health CSR activities after previously focusing on PAUD, Vocational High School / equivalent, Polytechnic and University levels.
Through this activity, UT proves its commitment to contributing to the welfare and sustainability of the Indonesian people in all of its operational areas and supports the vision of Indonesian education.
Also attending the activity and giving remarks were Mrs. Nur Fadilah S.Pd., M.M. as the Principal of the Elementary School of 003 Penggilingan, Mr. Nuralip as Leader of the Polyclinic, Mr. Ismail as Director of Operations of MBUT and Mrs. Meyta Hutapea as Team Leader of UT’s CSR Health Program.