Indonesia’s State-Owned Firms Plan to Boost Entrepreneurship in 1,000 Islamic Boarding Schools
Indonesia’s State-Owned Enterprises Minister Erick Thohir expressed a commitment to collaborate with Islamic boarding schools in Java provinces by providing entrepreneurship programs and sharia-compliant financial services.
“The Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises is committed to collaborating with 1,000 Islamic boarding schools in Java provinces by providing financial support, sharia-compliant financial services, and entrepreneurship programs with state-owned Bank Syariah Indonesia [BSI] and Pertashop [Pertamina’s gasoline kiosk],” said Erick in his Instagram account Sunday, May 2.
The plan is part of efforts to develop economic independence in the Islamic boarding schools and promote a balance of economic development in local communities.
Previously, Erick said a good state-owned firm was not only about achieving a positive performance and profit, but also its contribution that can be beneficial for the community at large.
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