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Danone Specialized Nutrition Indonesia Helps School Canteens in 4 Cities in Indonesia

Published on 16 July 2020

Various health protocols have been complied with by the community to prevent the spread of COVID-19, one of which is the suggestion to conduct activities from home, including school activities. This has affected the income of “Ibu Pengelola Kantin Sekolah Generasi Maju” (canteen managers) managed by Danone Specialized Nutrition (SN) Indonesia through PT Sarihusada Generasi Mahardhika (Sarihusada).

Julie Jones, Marketing Director of Danone Specialized Nutrition Indonesia, explained that, "Since 2010, Danone SN Indonesia through Sarihusada has routinely assisted hundreds of canteen managers in several Primary Schools in Indonesia, ranging from financial management education to providing balanced nutrition in the cafeteria food menu. With the reduction of teaching and learning activities in schools, canteen managers' incomes also declined. So, we are working with partners to help 234 women activists in healthy canteens in Ambon, Bandung, Bogor, and Yogyakarta. "

In collaboration with the Danone Ecosystem Fund and the Indonesian Food Storage Foundation, Danone SN Indonesia distributed support totaling more than IDR 1 billion in the form of direct cash assistance, basic food supplies in the form of e-vouchers to purchase family nutritional needs and others.

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Allianz Indonesia Distributes Donations to Help Communities Affected by COVID-19

Published on 16 July 2020

Allianz Indonesia through the Allianz Care Foundation continues to strive to ease the burden on the community by giving donations in the form of food packages and non-medical masks, to the public in a number of cities in Indonesia. Allianz Indonesia's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has a program called Allianz Community for Neighborhood and Society (ACTIONS). ACTIONS is a program that supports employees and marketers spread throughout Indonesia to volunteer, and carry out CSR activities independently in their immediate environment. “This is in line with the value of ‘Care’ that Allianz Indonesia embraces in corporate culture, " said Ni Made Daryanti, the Chairperson of the Allianz Care Foundation.

Marketers and employees have been actively involved in the ACTIONS program since April 2020 as a form of initiative to help others in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Within two months, the ACTIONS program has succeeded in involving 242 volunteers, donating 120 food packages in Depok, West Java, and 7350 non-medical masks in a number of cities in East Java, North Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi, South Sulawesi, Gorontalo, Maluku North, and West Papua.

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