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Saturday, 27 February 2016

LETTU ARM. EKO PURWANTO: DO NOT LET THE CHILDREN AT THE BORDER LEFT BEHIND

Kefamenanu, Cakrawala NTT
The commander post of Haumeni’ana Satgas Pamtas Danpos Pamtas RI – RDTL Yon Armed II Kostrad, Lettu Arm. Eko Purwanto explained about nationalism for the elementary schools on literacy class program in the border schools
at Bikomi Nilulat Regency, Timor Tengah Utara which was held on February 15, 2016 until February 18, 2016. 
“The facilities in Border area, including facilities in education field is very minimum. That is why; we always support all the programs that are held by local government or central government,” said the commander post of Haumeni’ana Satgas Pamtas Danpos Pamtas RI – RDTL Yon Armed II Kostrad, Lettu Arm. Eko Purwanto. 


Things above said by Eko Purwanto during the breaks of literacy class program in the border schools at Bikomi Nilulat Regency, Timor Tengah Utara which was held on February 15, 2016 until February 18, 2016. This program was held by Language Office of Nusa Tenggara Timur Province and participated by 40 elementary students of SDN Sunkaen, SDK Oeolo 1, SDK Oeolo 2, and also SDN Nunpo. The host of this program is SDN Nunpo. 

According to Eko Purwanto, government programs should be conducted regularly and also should be done for the children at the border. Children in urban areas may have been more advanced than children at the border. However, do not let the children at the border lag too far. “We help people with things that we can do. In addition to maintain security, we also carry out territorial development. We must be close to the people. In education field, we give the concept of nationalism in schools, for example through scouting,” said Eko Purwanto. 


The same things also explained by the commander post of Baen, Lettu Arm. Imam Ari Setyawan. According to him, as a border guard, he strongly supports literacy program in the border area. He said that through this program, children learn about nationalism since early child. He hoped that his activity can be resumed in the future. (Robert Fahik)
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