three people sanding, woman on the left giving the man in the middle a plaque, the woman on the right is smiling to the camera
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Indonesian Embassy in Singapore hosted a virtual breaking of fast event for over 200 Indonesian migrant workers from Singapore and 11 other countries, providing support during Ramadan and pandemic challenges.

The Indonesian Embassy in Singapore, in collaboration with the International Business Association (IBA), organized an iftar event on April 9. The event was attended by over 200 Indonesian migrant workers (PMI) from Singapore and 11 other countries virually. The event aimed to provide a sense of togetherness and connection for Indonesian migrant workers who are currently away from their families during Ramadan.

The event was graced by the presence of the Indonesian Ambassador to Singapore, Suryo Pratomo, and his wife, Siti Ma’rifah. During the event, the participants were treated to a virtual performance of traditional Indonesian music and dance. The participants also had the opportunity to share their experiences and stories during the pandemic, as well as to ask questions about various issues related to migrant workers.

This event is part of the Indonesian government’s efforts to provide support and assistance to Indonesian migrant workers who are currently facing various challenges due to the pandemic. The Indonesian Embassy in Singapore and the IBA expressed their commitment to continue to provide assistance and support to Indonesian migrant workers in Singapore and other countries.

Sourced from  Indonesian Embassy Singapore Twitter