KARANGANYAR. The feeling of emotion, joy and enthusiasm enveloped the middle-aged mother, the reason that night (24/9) the Rumah Zakat’s empowered village facilitator visited Suparmi’s mother’s house to hand over various batik production tools as an effort to increase the quantity and quality of production that had been running along with the facilitator of Rumah Zakat.
“The provision of business facilities is part of the mentoring stage carried out by the, in addition to business capital assistance business facilities are also given to empower the economic potential of the people.” Ihwan Mujahid, Facilitator of Rumah Zakat.
Mrs. Suparmi is a widow who must be the backbone of a family after her husband dies. She has dependents on children and mothers who are old and sick and experiencing economic difficulties because they are entangled in consumer debt to meet their daily needs, so often business capital is used for their daily needs.
To meet the needs of the family, it has been decades for his batik craft business to inherit a business that his mother has pioneered since the 80s, but due to limited capital and market for marketing, her business has not yet been able to develop.
Therefore he was very happy when she received the help of batik production equipment for his business.
“The point is, thank you very much for helping me, May God repay the kindness of donators and Rumah Zakat, “said Suparmi, wiping the tears that were accompanied by her mother and child.