Inaugurating PYCH, President Jokowi and Head of BIN Receive Appreciation from Papuan Youth
Papua – The PYCH Papua building has been completed and inaugurated by President Jokowi, on Tuesday (21/3/2023). The inauguration was marked by the signing of the inscription and planting trees in the courtyard of the PYCH Building.
Papuan youth leader, Elia Musa Rawar, expressed his gratitude to President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and Head of the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) General Police (Purn) Budi Gunawan, for helping young Papuans to have facilities and infrastructure to support the foundations of welfare development people in the land of Papua.
“We thank Mr. President Jokowi and the Head of BIN Mr. Budi Gunawan for carrying out the construction and inauguration of the PYCH Building,” said Elijah.
Meanwhile, a young Papuan figure, George Saa, also gave his support to President Joko Widodo for the construction and inauguration of the PYCH building. His party also thanked the Head of BIN, Budi Gunawan, for having initiated the construction of the PYCH Building.
“I express my deep appreciation for President Jokowi’s concern with building and inaugurating the Papua Youth Creative Hub Building. Thank you also to Mr. Budi Gunawan who has initiated the construction of PYCH,” said George Saa.
With the PYCH development program, they will be trained to become independent young entrepreneurs. With this program, it is hoped that indigenous Papuans (OAP) will have qualified and high-quality human resources.
Papuan youths in PYCH will teach information technology. They can be trained to be internet literate and use it to do business on an international scale.
Apart from learning about information technology, they are also taught about self-development, such as how to communicate well (using English), internet marketing techniques, how to manage a business, and so on.
George added that the PYCH building has various facilities. Among them are the main building facilities, dormitories, sports venues, halls for exhibitions or presentations, and co-working spaces that can be utilized and accessed by all young Papuans.
“The building of facilities and infrastructure from the Papua Youth Creative Hub which covers an area of 1.5 hectares with the main facilities including the main building, dormitory, sports venue, hall for exhibitions or presentations, and co-working space that can be managed and utilized and accessed by all Papuan youth,” he said.