The Ministry of SOEs held a Coordination Meeting (Rakor) for Social and Environmental Responsibility (TJSL) entitled "Collaboration to Maintain The Future of Indonesia," which was attended by representatives of all SOEs for Two days, January 28th - 29th, 2022. Located at the Novotel Hotel Lampung, the Coordination Meeting was attended directly by by the Minister of SOEs, Erick Thohir, Deputy for HR & IT of the Ministry of SOEs, Tedi Bharata, Assistant Deputy for TJSL at the Ministry of SOEs, Agus Suharyono, Director of Finance & Risk Management of PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk, Taufik Hendra Kusuma and Head of SER Unit PT Waskita Karya (Persero) Tbk, Poppy Sukmawati.
On this occasion, There were main materials discussed, namely the Reading of the SOE TJSL commitment for the priority work program in 2022, as well as the establishment and ratification of the TJSL forum which was ratified by The Minister of SOEs. The TJSL Forum is a concrete implementation of the core values, Morals, namely the words Harmonious and Collaborative.
"By adhering to the principle of equity and towards economic balance in society, the management must be able to bring SOE TJSL to be the prima donna of state companies to create an advanced Indonesia that is sovereign, just, and prosperous," said Mr. Erick at the SOE TJSL coordination meeting.
Erick emphasized that the TJSL program in BUMN was focused on the education sector, MSMEs, and The Environment, which included the equal distribution of quality education so that Indonesian children would have convenience and access to science and technology, empowering MSMEs and ultra-micro to advance to grades and an Environment focused on improving the quality of life. Nature conservation and reforestation. The implementation of CSR must also take into account the objectives of sustainable development in community empowerment.
"BUMN is no longer a competitor to local creators or innovators. But to be a part together in strengthening an independent and sovereign Indonesia. I hope that SOE TJSL innovations and breakthroughs can play an important role for Indonesia to face three challenges, namely the global market, digital disruption, and health resilience," concluded Mr. Erick.