RBMC Coordinator, who is also an Academic at the University of Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa (Untirta), Hendra Leo Munggaran, said that the assistance was a form of mutual concern.”This is as one of our forms to help the people of Banten. All elements must work together to solve our nation’s problems. Hopefully we can all get through this crisis,” he said.
Leo also hopes that in the midst of the 19th Covid Pandemic condition, more and more people will have the ability to be economically capable of helping other residents who are struggling in the midst of current conditions.
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Condition of the family became even worse after Yuyun’s husband became ill, so he could not provide additional income for the family. “The pain (head), it’s been a long time. No work, casual labor,” added Yuyn.
Fortunately, Yuyun lives in a husband’s heritage home.They are also still fortunate because they managed to contact the Banten Volunteers Against Corona (RBMC). Yuyun’s family received help in the form of basic needs.”I am complaining that I don’t have rice, my rub is lonely. Yesterday I was confused, then I was told to contact Untirta (RBMC) to care. I was trapped, so trapped, I was really embarrassed,” explained Yuyun.
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All daily income is now stopped because of corona.
Impact of the corona virus pandemic really felt by the small people. Not only is life’s safety threatened, it turns out that the wheels of their economy have already stopped because of this endless pandemic.Listen to the story of Yuyun Cahyaningsih, a resident of Pemancang Baru Village, Cipocok Jaya District, Serang City. The 37-year-old iron hunter is now unable to work anymore. Corona pandemic keeps residents at home. There are no more clothes to iron.
Predictable. Yuyun, her husband, and child, have to live with hunger. All daily income is now stopped because of corona.”You can’t go out, so people rub themselves. My child is fasting for a week, starting from Monday to Thursday,” Yuyun said, quoted from.