To Develop Human Resources, the Head of BP3S Signs an MoU with the Governor of Kaltara
JAKARTA (January 21st 2020) - Witnessed by the Indonesian Minister of Social Affairs, Juliari P. Batubara, the Head of the Education, Research and Social Counseling Agency of the Ministry of Social Affairs, Prof. Dr. Syahabuddin with the Governor of North Kalimantan Province, Dr. H Irianto Lambrie, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Human Resources Development (SDM).
Social Minister Juliari P. Batubara is pleased to have the cooperation (MoU) with the government of North Kalimantan Province (Kaltara). The Ministry of Social Affairs is ready to strengthen social welfare human resources (Kesos) which is the focus of the North Kalimantan Provincial Government.
"I am very happy to work with the North Kalimantan Provincial Government which is now paying attention to improving the quality of social welfare human resources. The Ministry of Social Affairs is ready to help. Moreover, the Governor was present in person who showed a high commitment to preparing human resources in the social welfare sector, "said Minister of Social Affairs Juliari, on the sidelines of the Inauguration and Oath-taking of Officials at the Bandung Social Welfare Polytechnic, in Jakarta, Tuesday (21/01/2020 ).
As a new province, North Kalimant is indeed spurring improvements in various fields. One of the priority arrangements is the readiness and strengthening of the capacity of human resources in the social welfare sector.
"This memorandum of understanding is one of the implementations of the President's vision, namely increasing Human Resources. Through this cooperation, the Ministry of Social Affairs is committed to preparing human resources in North Kalimantan," said the Governor.
It was stated that the support from the Minister of Social Affairs should be appreciated. With this collaboration, it can improve human resources, especially among the state civil apparatus (ASN). Especially considering that there are still very few Social Workers (Peksos) in North Kalimantan.