BANDUNG CITY - Chair of the West Java Province Driving Team Atalia Praratya Kamil explained the importance of loving the family and doing planning in family building, one of which is by raising the concept of a family approach.
"There are four concepts of family approach that can be started at home, namely Family Gathering, Family Interacting, Powerless Families, Family Care and Sharing," he said in the 31st West Java Information (Japri) in Gedung Sate, Bandung, Thursday (4 / 7/2019).
"The four things are certainly able to encourage us to return to the family, provide quality and quantity to our families," he continued.
Atalia added, as a partner of the Provincial Government (Pemdaprov) of West Java, it would continue to support government programs, particularly related to family resilience and welfare. Because, this nation will be a strong and prosperous nation if the family has resilience.
"The programs that have been carried out by the Government of West Java are numerous, for example the program 18-21. This program is to familiarize families with gadgets and without television," he said.
"So between 18:00 (WIB) until 21:00 (WIB), we can provide the best quality for the family by chatting, eating together, reciting together, and other positive things that can be done with the family," he continued.
Head of West Java Province's Child Protection and Family Protection (DP3AKB) Women's Rights Service Division, Inge Wahyuni, said that in carrying out family welfare and welfare programs, perventive measures to reduce or eliminate the possibility of unwanted things in the family must become attention .
"If we want to put the family in a preventive portion, then later on with this preventive portion, if there are problems, it can be resolved faster with the families involved," he said.
Meanwhile, Head of West Java Provincial Health Office Berli Hamdani said, in support of West Java Inner Birth Champion, his side would continue to equalize health services by fulfilling the ownership of BPJS (Health Insurance) through the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) program with a target of 95 percent in West Java.
"Hopefully by the end of 2019 West Java will have UHC, where 95 percent of the people already have a BPJS card. Until now, there have only been around 83 percent," he said.