PT DAHANA handed over sacrificial animals in welcoming Eid al-Adha 1444 AH. The President Director PT DAHANA, Wildan Widarman, directly handed over the sacrificial animals to the community representatives f recipients at the DAHANA Nursery Area, Subang on Tuesday, June 27, 2023.

In his remarks, Mr Widarman said that handing over the sacrificial animals was the Company’s way to always be present in the community. The distribution of sacrificial animals has been the Company’s annual agenda.

“By supplying these sacrificial animals, PT DAHANA hopes to share blessings and joy to the recipients. We are committed to advancing together with the community, in this case, through the Social and Environmental Responsibility (SER) Unit programs by which we will continue to roll out according to what has been planned,” said Mr Widarman.

Every year DAHANA shares its concern by handing over and slaughtering sacrificial animals on Eid al-Adha. This year, the Company’s committee for sacrificial animal distribution handed over 16 sheep and 1 cow as sacrificial animals. The sacrificial cattle were supplied to the community around the Company’s vicinity i consisting of neighbourhood units in Sadawarna Village, Cibogo District Police, Cibogo Military Command, Subang Police and Suryadarma Air Base as well as a representative office in Jakarta.

Mr Widarman hoped that DAHANA can continue to progress and develop to make sure it can contribute more to the people in need around the Company. Mr Widarman emphasized DAHANA’s commitment to moving forward with the community, as has been shown so far by the SER programs, and the hiring of local workers.

Meanwhile, the Head of Al Akhdar Mosque, Ismail Kurbani said that DAHANA’s Al Akhdar Mosque has prepared work programs and activities that are beneficial to the surrounding community, such as distributing food packages for blessed Fridays, routine sermons, and holding Islamic Holiday Commemorations.

“Hopefully these programs will bring goodness to DAHANA and the surrounding environment,” concluded Mr Kurbani.