Dukcapil Issues 1,364 Civil Documents for Flood Victims
Reported by Aldi Geri Lumban Tobing | Translated by Nugroho Adibrata
The Population and Civil Registration Agency (Dukcapil) has issued 1,364 civil documents belong to citizens that have been lost and damaged by the flood.
We're opening Dukcapil service posts in locations stricken by flooding
Jakarta Dukcapil Agency Head Dhany Sukma said those documents are consisting of 390 ID cards, 647 family cards, 109 birth certificates, 2 temporary residence letters (SKDS), 175 child identity cards (KIA) and 41 recommendation letters (Suket).
"We're opening Dukcapil service posts in locations stricken by flooding. Our men also do jemput bola service in each RW," he expressed, Tuesday (1/7).Health Agency Serves 12,649 Flood Victims
This service will be intensified, which means all civil documents that are lost or damaged already have a replacement.
"If there is no power failure and good network, the printing process will be complete less than 10 minutes," he explained.
In addition, the agency also opens a consultation service to citizens who needed information on making civil documents, etc.
"Thus far we also have served 10 people who need consultation," he stated.