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Minister of Agriculture prepares agricultural assistance of IDR 33.34 billion for West Sumatra in Indonesia

Published May 20, 2024

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The Minister of Agriculture in Indonesia, Andi Amran Sulaiman, has announced a agricultural assistance package worth IDR 33.34 billion to help improve agriculture in West Sumatra, particularly in the disaster-stricken Agam Regency. The funding will be sourced from various departments under the Ministry of Agriculture and will be used to provide seeds, fertilizer, and agricultural machinery to help restore agricultural land. Sulaiman emphasized the importance of agricultural recovery for the region and asked for support from all stakeholders, including regional governments and farmer groups.
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REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA -- Minister of Agriculture (Mentan) Andi Amran Sulaiman said that his party had prepared agricultural assistance worth IDR 33.34 billion as an effort to improve agriculture in West Sumatra (Sumbar), including to help flood and landslide victims in Agam Regency. "God willing, we will provide aid for agriculture here (Agam Regency) so that it can be rehabilitated again. So, aid for West Sumatra, including for Agam Regency, the aid reaches IDR 33.34 billion," said the Minister of Agriculture on the sidelines of reviewing flood and landslide disaster victims. in Agam Regency, West Sumatra, Saturday (18/5/2024). The Minister of Agriculture said that the Rp. 33.34 billion in aid prepared to help farmers affected by floods and landslides in West Sumatra came from the Directorate General of Food Crops of the Ministry of Agriculture Rp. 20 billion, the Directorate General of Horticulture Rp. 7.4 billion and the Directorate General of Agricultural Infrastructure and ...
Source: Republika
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