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Ket Photo :  Tarmizi Kabid  BPBD  Pemkab Lingga di dampingi Kepala Desa Resun Karma Wanto Ketua BPD Resun Rusli serta  sejumlah tamu yang hadir turut menyaksikan peletakan batu pertama Gedung Olahraga.

 

LINGGA, (KT) -  Kepala Dinas Pemberdayaan Masyarakat dan Desa Kabupaten Lingga diwakili, Kabid BPBD, Tarmizi serta di dampingi Kepala Desa Resun Karma Wanto dan Ketua BPD Rusli melakukan Peletakan batu pertama  Pembangunan Gedung Olahraga Desa Resun Senin (14/08/2017).

Kepala Desa Resun Karma Wanto dalam sambutannya mengatakan,Pembangunan Gedung Olah Raga ini adalah suatu mimpi mudah-mudahan jadi kenyataan.untuk itu saya berharap semua kalangan masyarakat agar mendukung pasalnya andaikata gedung ini sudah selesai dibangun tentu akan menjadi suatu kebanggaan untuk masyarakat Desa Resun, ujarnya.

Tarmizi selaku mewakili Kepala Dinas BPMD menyampaikan,Dia berharap agar pemerintah desa selalu berhati-hati dalam melaksanaan pembangunan baik melalui Dana desa (DD )maupun dana (ADD) kita berharap agar semuanya sesuai prosedur sehingga tidak ada masalah di kemudian hari," ungkapnya singkat

Ketua BPD Resun Rusli mengatakan, Pembangunan Gedung yang berukuran 28x40 meter ini yang memakai biaya lebih kurang 1.3M di kerjakan dalam dua tahap tahun ini di anggaran 520 juta dari Dana Desa(DD) selebihnya kita kerjakan tahun 2018 .

Gedung olah raga ini adalah salah satunya mewujudkan Visi dan Misi Kepala Desa.dan telah tertuang di rancangan kerja pemerintah Desa (RKPDes ) selama Lima tahun kepemimpinannya.kita dari Badan Permasyarakatan Desa BPD mengesahkan anggaran dan mengontrol semua bangunan yang di kerjakan,"  ujarnya.(Rs)

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Ket Photo : Kades dan Perangkat Desa di Seberang Taluk Kuantan Mengikuti Kegiatan Sosialisasi Program BPJS Ketenagakerjaan.

 

Kuansing(KT)  - Kades dan Perangkat Desa di Seberang Taluk dilindungi Program BPJS Ketenagakerjaan  bersempena BPJS Ketenagakerjaan KCP Kuansing menyelenggarakan kegiatan sosialisasi program BPJS Ketenagakerjaan pada tanggal 10 Agustus 2017 yang dihadiri oleh seluruh Ketua Forum Desa Tingkat Kecamatan di Kab. Kuantan Singingi.

 

Sosialisai bertujuan untuk memberikan pemahaman akan pentingnya Program BPJS Ketenagakerjaan untuk Kades dan Perangkat desa. Bahwa Kades dan perangkatnya merupakan garda terdepan dari pemerintahan di kabupaten yang langsung bersentuhan dengan masyarakat desa dalam hal pelayanan.

 

Dengan terdaftarnya kades dan perangkat desa menjadi peserta diharapkan dapat memberikan rasa tenang dalam bekerja dan dapat memberikan pelayanan yang lebih optimal kepada masyarakatnya.

 

Kades dan perangkat desa seberang taluk kec kuantan tengah sudah lebih dulu terdaftar menjadi peserta BPJS Ketenagakerjaan dengan dua program yakni jaminan kecelakaan kerja dan jaminan kematian.

 

 Ir. Emil Harda, MM, MBA, Ketua Forum Tingkat Kabupaten mengatakan, "Kami sangat menyadari pentingnya seluruh kades dan perangkat desa untuk dilindungi oleh program BPJS ketenagakerjaan, untuk memberikan ketenangan saat bekerja. "mengingat pengalaman sebelumnya salah satu Kades meninggal dan ahli waris tidak menerima santunan," tuturnya

 

Dinarta Tarigan, Kepala BPJS Ketenagakerjaan KCP Kuansing berharap agar seluruh kades dan perangkat desa di Kabupaten kuantan singingi untuk segera terdaftar, sehingga ketika terjadi resiko dapat langsung di lindungi oleh program BPJS ketenagakerjaan Program BPJS Ketenagakerjaan pada dasarnya merupakan program perlindungan yang sangat penting untuk dimiliki oleh setiap individu, baik pekerja formal maupun informal.

 

 Manfaat utama yang diperoleh sangat banyak diantaranya perlindungan kecelakaan kerja yang menjamin biaya pengobatan serta pendapatan yang berkurang saat tidak mampu bekerja dan program jaminan kematian sebagai bentuk santunan kepada ahli waris apabila tenaga kerja meninggal dunia.

 

 Selain itu juga terdapat program Jaminan Hari Tua (JHT) dan Jaminan Pensiun yang dapat dimanfaatkan pada saat tidak lagi bekerja atau pensiun," tukasnya (Eki Maidedi)

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Ket Photo : Ibu Yuni Warti Halim Ketua GOW Kuantan Singingi, Provinsi Riau, melepas Pawai Tingkat PAUD, TK DAN SD se Kecamatan Kuantan Tengah.

 

Kuansing,(KT)  - Ibu Yuni Warti Halim Ketua GOW Kuantan Singingi,Provinsi Riau, melepas pawai tingkat PAUD, TK DAN SD se Kecamatan Kuantan Tengah dalam rangka memeriahkan HUT RI yang ke 72 tahun, Senin (14/8/2017). di lapangan Limuno Teluk Kuantan.

 

 Hadir pada acara pawai karnaval ini kepala OPD, Ibu Ketua Darma Wanita Pembangunàn Oni Muharlius, camat Kuantan Tengah Reffendi Zukman serta pejabat Eselon III dan IV, Tidak ketinggalan rombongan awak media dan Humas Pemkab kuansing juga turut andil ikut berpartisipasi memeriahi HUT kemerdekaan ke 72 RI yang dilaksanakan kecamatan kuantan tengah.

 

Adapun tema yang diangkat pada pawai karnaval kali ini adalah "Kita wujutkan pendidikan berkarakter menjunjung tinggi nilai nilai perjuangan dan budaya adat kuantan Singingi. Ribuan peserta pawai telah memenuhi sejumlah ruas jalan mengambil rute sepanjang jalan protokol. Meskipun dibawah terik matahari, peserta tetap bersemangat berbaris yang disaksikan penonton. Ibu

 

Ketua GOW Kuantan Singingi Yuni Warti Halim dalam pelepasan Pawai ini mengatakan, kegiatan akbar ini juga menunjukan rasa nasionalisme peserta didik, ternyata hari ini terjawabkan dengan harta dengan tenaga dan waktu serta pikiran mereka bersedia untuk merayakan karnaval dalam rangka HUT RI Ke 72. Dengan persiapan yang singkat tapi hasilnya cukup memuaskan, untuk menghibur warga, Wujud Nasionalisme terbukti masih ada.

 

Hal ini dapat dilihat langsung saat pelaksanaan karnaval dengan antusias peserta di tahun ini sangat luar biasa dari tahun-tahun sebelumnya.Ditambah lagi ribuan penonton yang memadati pinggir pinggir jalan yang menjadi rute pawai menambah kemeriahan suasana," Tutupnya dengan Gembira,(Eki Maidedi)

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SINGAPORE,(KT)  - Deutsche Post DHL Group and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will support the Maldives authorities in their efforts to build resilience against future natural disasters. The two partners will team up with Maldives Airports Company Limited, National Disaster Management Centre and government officials, as well as representatives of the military and other humanitarian response experts in the South Asian island republic to host their internationally recognized Get Airports Ready for Disaster (GARD) Programme from August 13 to 17 at Velana International Airport, the main international airport in the Maldives.

Over 35 officials and experts from the Maldivian airport authorities, government ministries, the Armed Forces and other humanitarian responders will participate in the four-day GARD workshop, led by specialists from Deutsche Post DHL Group and UNDP. During the workshop, the participants and trainers will assess and evaluate the current level of preparedness at the airports, conduct training exercises, and develop specific recommendations and an action plan to ensure that the airports in the Maldives are prepared for future disasters.

Airports play a critical role in channeling humanitarian teams and relief goods quickly to people in need in the immediate aftermath of a disaster caused by natural hazards like floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, storms, cyclones, etc. In addition to having the necessary airport infrastructure and local transport connections to smoothly deliver lifesaving support to impacted communities, the team on site needs to be trained in the necessary protocols and know-how to handle the dramatic rise in air traffic and flow of goods and people that typically follows a natural disaster.

"A clear and flexible action plan can help airport operators to minimize logistics bottlenecks and better manage sudden influxes of relief aid, bulky supplies like food, water and medical supplies, as well as NGO personnel entering the country," said Chris Weeks, Director of Humanitarian Affairs for DHL. "It is very encouraging to see the way the government and airports are considering preparedness as a priority and incorporating it into action plans that could potentially save more lives in the future."

"The Maldives is situated in an isolated position in the Indian Ocean. Airports can play an important role in the country's resilience to potential natural disasters, and are critical to its emergency response capability," said Shoko Noda, UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in the Maldives. "The impact of the 2004 tsunami showed the extent of damage that can be caused by a disaster, and the need to react quickly to contain additional losses. More than 100,000 people (33% of the population) suffered directly or indirectly from the tsunami, which caused loss of life, large-scale flooding and damage. The GARD workshop is an opportunity to develop strong and effective contingency plans to manage the flow of emergency relief goods to the people in need. It will assist in UNDP's ongoing efforts to support the Maldivian government to prepare for future disasters."

"Effectively channeling relief efforts from airports to affected communities requires appropriate infrastructural capabilities and efficient administrative procedures. In addition to reassessing airport facilities and strengthening staff expertise at Velana Internaional Airport, the workshop will lead to a series of follow-up activities including an action plan that we can use to build up our readiness for any potential emergencies," said Adil Moosa, Managing Director of Maldives Airports Company Ltd. "We are committed to working together with all emergency counterparts to follow up on implementation and further strengthening our resilience."

The Maldives relies heavily on air routes to transport aid and supplies during times of emergency.  As part of the current GARD workshops, experts from Deutsche Post DHL Group and UNDP will be equipping participants with best-practice logistics management during natural disasters and working with them to devise customized disaster-response plans for their airports. The workshops will also raise awareness of Disaster Risk Reduction and identify priorities for investment in national infrastructure that could further improve the resilience of emergency supply chains during a disaster.

Background

Despite covering a relatively small territory of 298 square kilometers and a resident population of just over 400,000, Maldives is one of the most geographically dispersed locations in the world. The island archipelago comprises 1,192 coral islands, of which only 188 are inhabited. As the lowest-lying country in the world, the Maldives has been identified as one of the most exposed countries globally to rising sea levels due to climate change, and it is regularly affected by monsoons and flooding. Due to its proximity to the Great Sumatra fault, it is also particularly vulnerable to tsunamis.

The experiences of UNDP and Deutsche Post DHL Group in addressing disaster response and recovery in locations that are vulnerable to adverse events around the world have shown that an adequate level of infrastructure and effective logistical operations would not only save lives but also help reduce economic loss.

About GARD

In 2009, GARD was developed by Deutsche Post DHL Group in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with the aim of preparing airports in disaster-prone areas to handle the surge of incoming relief goods after a natural disaster occurs. It also enables the various organizations and aid agencies to better understand the processes at the airport in the aftermath of a disaster, which will help facilitate relief efforts and enhance overall coordination.

To date, GARD workshops have been held at around 40 airports in Armenia, Bangladesh, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Lebanon, Macedonia, Nepal, Panama, Peru, the Philippines, the Seychelles, Sri Lanka and Turkey.

GARD trainers and training materials are provided free-of-charge by Deutsche Post DHL Group while UNDP leads the project implementation and facilitates the coordination with the government authorities. GARD training workshop arrangements and logistics costs are fully covered by UNDP with funding contribution by the government of Germany. 

GARD is an integral part of Deutsche Post DHL Group's GoHelp program in which the Group pools all of its activities related to disaster preparedness and management. As a form of crisis prevention, GARD workshops are used to prepare airports for coping with potential natural disasters. Should a disaster strike, Disaster Response Teams (DRTs) provide emergency aid and ensure that relief supplies can be accepted in a coordinated manner and passed on to the correct aid organizations.

The DRTs were established in cooperation with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA). They encompass a worldwide network of more than 400 volunteers, all specially trained employees of Deutsche Post DHL Group.

You can find the press release for download as well as further information on dpdhl.com/pressreleases

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