BANDUNG-West Java Provincial Government regularly conduct grants for the benefit of the community. This time, five hectares of land owned by West Java Provincial Government granted to the Ministry of Agriculture to build a food quality research center. Not only that, West Java Provincial Government grant land of 400 square meters to West Java Saung Kadeudeuh Foundation.
West Java Governor Ahmad Heryawan (Aher) signed two grant agreements along with the Director of Feed to the Director General of Livestock and Animal Health of the Republic of Indonesia Sri Widayati and Chairman of the Saung Kadeudeuh Foundation Tenny Wirasman at Pakuan Building Bandung on Monday (11/06/2018).
"Alhamdulillah these years we love to grant, its use also for the people of West Java," said Governor Aher.
In addition to Agriculture Ministry and the foundation of Saung Kadeudeuh, in improving the education and APK of West Java community college, West Java Provincial Government has also granted land of 30 hectares of land to five new state campus, Unsil Tasikmalaya, Unsika Karawang, Unpad Pangandaran, ITB Cirebon, and IPB Sukabumi.
"For Hajj Dormitory, Fisip UIN Syarif Hifayatullah Jakarta, Unwim, ISBI, and Kopertis also we have grant our land," added Aher.
Aher said, in the field of animal husbandry, West Java Provincial Government now has an animal hospital in the area of Lembang. Also has granted to the Animal Education Hospital in Unpad Jatinangor complex.
"Alhamdulillah now Unpad already have the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, because we are aware that animal health has an impact on human health," he said.
He granted the land to Saung Kadeudeuh Foundation, according to Aher, because it has a long history between the two sides. Saung Kadeudeuh formerly owned by the West Java Provincial Government to build housing for the community can not afford through social funds.
"Because there is such a memory we deserve land for Saung Kadeudeuh which is a government land," he said.
"If the central government says West Java provincial government most generous if the affairs of land," said Aher.