On Tuesday (4/30), PT Jasa Marga (Persero) Tbk. rendered a report on the 2018 Partnership and Community Development Program (PKBL) implementation to the SOEs Ministry. The report submission was attended by Jasa Marga's Corporate Communications and Community Development Group Head Dwimawan Heru, Community Development Department Head Titi Puwatiningsih, and several other staffs; as well as SOEs Ministry's Assistant Deputy for Social and Environmental Responsibility (TJSL) Dewi Ariyani, Head of TJSL Policy Division Eko Setiawan, and a number of staffs.
Titi explained that Jasa Marga's Rp54-billion loan for the 2018 Partnership Program was taken from the Corporation's initial balance, profit distribution, fostered-partner's principal installment, loan administration service fees, and other incomes.
The 2018 loan was distributed to fostered partners reaching 1,522 people of various regions - Jakarta, Banten, West Java, Central Java, East Java, North Sumatera, and Yogyakarta.
The Rp28-billion fund for Jasa Marga's 2018 Community Development Program was also drawn from the Corporation's initial balance, profit distribution, and other incomes.
Overall, Jasa Marga's 2018 PKBL Rp54-billion loan distribution was higher than anticipated, Rp21 billion. The number of fostered partners per head was also far greater than expected, 1,522 from the anticipated 612.
The report also disclosed the declining of unidentified-installments, from Rp84 million in 2017 to Rp73 million in 2018. Despite this achievement, this issue remains Jasa Marga's concern. Jasa Marga has therefore performed weekly reconciliations by matching and confirming current accounts with fostered partners.