Bogordaily.net – The West Java Population and Public Registry Service (Disdukcapil) together with the West Java Social Service (Dinsos) facilitated the civil registry management services at the Bogor Child Social Protection Services Unit (SATPEL PSAya), J L Cibalagung, West Bogor Region, Bogor Town Tuesday 21 June 2022.
Secretary of the Office (Sekdis) Disdukcapil West Java Province, Hj. Indrastuti Chandra Dewi said the orphanage service is working with Regency Disdukcapil and Bogor City Disdukcapil to provide population management services for undocumented orphans.
“For the number of children, the population administration carried up to 59 children. Of the 59 children, documents were issued such as birth certificates, KTP and KIA, including 5 birth certificates, 21 KTP and 30 KIA (Child Identity Cards) “, he said.
According to Indrastuti, most of the documents given to children are addressed to the Duchy. As a result, his party collaborated with three Disdukcapil, namely Bogor Regency, Cianjur Regency and Sukabumi Regency.
By providing public registry management services, he continued, we hope children can have constitutional rights.
“Having birth certificates and IDs will make it easier for these children in the future to apply for welfare, state aid or education,” he said.
Meanwhile, Disdukcapil Bogor City Chief Information Officer (PIAK) Mugi Lastono acknowledged that the program is an extension of the Disdukcapil outsourcing program following Dukcapil CEO’s instructions to improve services. .
Not only routine services in nature or that have become standard services, he continued, even now Disdukcapil should be able to improve services in services that are rarely touched, and there is a suspicion that after coordination there are many residents there.
“So far there are many residents whose citizens may not have population management documents and Disdukcapil has the obligation to be able to enter or be able to come to provide services,” he said.
In the future, Mugi said, his party is waiting for a timetable to collect documents at both the Psychiatric Hospital (RSJ) and the prisons. Because, there may still be residents who do not yet have residence documents or have not even registered their identity.
“So to ensure that everything is also facilitated, so that all Community rights, the rights of residents, whether it is the right to receive public services, can be public services or perhaps services such as the rights of residents as owners, for example, to “They can be used properly again,” he said.