International Dayak Congress Builds Better Human Resources

By : Aldi Firhand Alqudri | Friday, July 28 2017 - 19:56 IWST

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INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - West Kalimantan Governor Cornelis said the International Dayak Congress aims to formulate ideas and provide new awareness to build better human resources (HR) Dayak.

"The congress is in addition to being a gathering event, as well as a forum to unite the views and formulate useful decisions for the interests of the Dayak community, as part of the Indonesian nation," Cornelis said in a press release received by Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Sinar Mas. Jakarta, Thursday (7/27/2017)

APP became one of the companies supporting the Dayak International Congress which was attended by delegates from Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, Thailand, Philippines, India, Taiwan and New Zealand as well as FAO representatives who overshadowed Indigenous People.

Furthermore, Cornelis said that his party expressed appreciation to all parties who have been involved in the implementation of the congress, one of them to private parties who have provided full support.

Cornelis hopes the future Dayak Congress will be more global or go international.

"Hopefully, the International Power Congress II can be held in Madagascar, Sarawak or in Sabah, Taiwan or Australia, hopefully this Congress will benefit the progress of Dayak people in Kalimantan and other parts of the world" he hoped.

Bring prosperity Meanwhile, Menkumham Yasonna Laoly in his speech expects this congress will bring benefit to the Dayak people, and not just stop at the ceremonial level.

Along with these activities, APP Sinar Mas introduced to the audience of various programs of Makmur Peduli Api Village (DMPA) which helped to improve the welfare of local farmers as well as responsible for the surrounding environment.

Yasonna took the time to visit the APP booth, and was briefed on the results of the DMPA program that focused on agroforestry activities.

Director of APP Sinar Mas, Suhendra Wiriadinata on the occasion said the DMPA program is an APP response to the commitment of forest conservation policy (FCP) which also includes human resource development and nature conservation in the area around our concession, one of them in West Kalimantan.

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