UMSIDA Student Volunteers, Humanitarian Mission For Semeru Eruption

Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo (UMSIDA) sent thirteen volunteers to East Java on Wednesday (02/01). The volunteers comprised ten students for psychosocial volunteers, three students to work in the public kitchen, and a student for publication. They are the students in the Psychology and Communication Science departments. In this circumstance, they would serve in a humanitarian mission for the Semeru Mountain eruption in Lumajang, East Java.

The humanitarian mission was formed in Community Service of Disaster Management to complete the requirement of volunteers in Muhammadiyah Disaster Management Center (MDMC) East Java. Dr Sigit, the Director of the Directorate for Research and Community Service (DRPM) UMSIDA has prompted the students before sending them to Lumajang. “It is humanitarian work, to help other people. Do it in good deeds, stay aware and safe there. I hope that everything is in order now,” said Dr Sigit.

Afterwards, the Head of Psychology Study Program, Widyastuti MPsi, Psikolog mentioned the humanitarian mission of the students as volunteers in Lumajang. “The student volunteers in Lumajang is a request from MDMC East Java. The program aims to assist Semeru Eruption victims. I hope they can provide the real contribution and advantages to the community,” she said, as reported on the UMSIDA site.

She added that the psychosocial volunteers from UMSIDA could support MDMC East Java to provide psychosocial assistance. They would serve in Sumberwuluh Village, Candipuro, Lumajang to help MDMC East Java and Lumajang that collaborate with UMSIDA.

UMSIDA Student Volunteers, Humanitarian Mission For Semeru Eruption

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