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BIN Provides Health Services to Isolated Areas for Cianjur Earthquake Victims


Cianjur – The State Intelligence Agency (BIN) provides direct door-to-door health services to isolated areas for earthquake victims in Cianjur Regency.

Head of the BIN Medical Intelligence (MI) Doctor Team, Dr Sri Wulandari said the earthquake victims in Cianjur Regency did not just need logistical assistance. However, they also really need adequate health services. Therefore, the MI BIN medical team immediately came to the community directly.

“We see that apart from needing support to meet basic logistical problems, the victims have health-related problems. For that, we are here door to door,” said dr. Wulan.

Furthermore, he added, in an effort to anticipate the increasing level of vulnerability to the victim’s health, the MI BIN Team had also alerted an ambulance unit with two doctors and seven trained medical personnel.

This includes providing complete supporting medicines for the entire community, so they don’t have to worry at all when they have to take ongoing medication.

This started with the finding that in fact several quite isolated areas in Cianjur still did not have adequate health services at all because access to them was cut off and indeed there were very few accommodation facilities for the community.

Swiftly, the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) immediately had a very strong commitment to providing adequate health services, even door to door.

The provision of health services was carried out by the MI BIN Medical Team in Pameungpeuk Village, Cijedil, Cigunang District, Cianjur Regency.

Meanwhile, the Head of the West Java Regional Office, Brig.

“We have prepared breakfast for them in the morning, then at 9-10 we give snacks, then we are on standby 4 nurses, 1 doctor, we are working with the local health center. We prepare food, then if they are lacking, we prepare the kitchen there “You can cook yourself, we also prepare rice,” he said.

BIN’s efforts to provide health services, even door to door, received a very positive response from the local community.

They admit that they are very helpful because it is related to health services themselves which are difficult to reach there.

Regarding this matter, the Head of Cijedil Village, Puhidin, expressed his high appreciation for the door to door health services carried out by the MI BIN Team and hoped that this service could continue to increase its reach.

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