MUHAMMADIYAH.OR.ID, JAKARTA – The Indonesian Child Protection Agency (LPAI) Seto Mulyadi stated Muhammadiyah inspires this nation.
Tobacco control is one of the efforts to protect Indonesian children from addictive substances so that they can have better future.
“Muhammadiyah has significantly contributed to Indonesia. Its commitment, roles, and consistence to tobacco control become our inspiration,” declared Kak Seto.
He congratulated Muhammadiyah on achieving the South-East Asia Region WHO World No Tobacco Day Award 2021. He also required the government to reinforce cigerrate control in Indonesia.
“The award triggers us to strengthen protection for children and community against the dangers of smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke,” he said.
Meanwhile, Chair of the Muhammadiyah Council for Public Health Agus Samsudin thanked all parties for their contribution to the program.
“I wish our coordination could be better and promote our programs to public,” hoped Agus.
The award may encourage Muhammadiyah cadres to always give contribution to community.