Govt to equip Indonesian migrant workers with cell phones

The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Fri, 07/08/2011 12:53

The National Agency for the Placement and Protection of Indonesian Migrant Workers (BNP2TKI) signed an MoU with PT Nurkumala Abadi on providing cell phones to migrant workers sent to South Korea = BNP2TKI menandatangani MoU dengan PT Nurmakala dalam penyediaan telpon seluler untuk tenaga kerja yang dikirim ke Korea Selatan

“It is highly expected that the cell phones will enable them to communicate with their family members and related government authorities in Indonesia more frequently,” = sangat diharapkan bahwa telpon seluler akan memungkinkan mereka untuk berkomunikasi dengan anggota keluarganya dan pemerintah terkait yang berwenang di Indonesia lebih sering

” Let’s hope that this reduces the amount of problems faced by migrant workers,” he added = mari berharap bahwa ini akan mengurangi jumlah masalah yang dihadapi oleh tenaga kerja indonesia, dia menambahkan

The government has sent 2,923 migrant workers to the country from January to July 4 = pemerintah telah mengirim 2,923 tenaga kerja ke negara tersebut dari Januari sampai 4 juli

before leaving to South Korea, the workers would be asked to complete a registration form. “Once they arrive in South Korea, they will receive cell phones just by showing the form,” he said = sebelum pergi ke Korea Selatan, pekerja akan diminta antuk melengkapi formulir registrasi. ketika mereka sampai di Korea Selatan, mereka akan menerika telpon seluler hanya dengan menunjukkan formulir, “dia berkata

He said the company had committed to provide 8,000 to 10,000 cell phones each year = dia mengatakan perusahaan telah berkomitmen untuk menyediakan 8,000 sampai 10,000 telpon seluler setiap tahunnya

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