BANDUNG - The number of reports of trafficking cases in West Java has decreased. As stated by the Head of West Java DP3AKB Poppy Sophia Bakir on the JAPRI event on Thursday (10/1) in the front yard of the Gedung Sate Museum.
"In 2017 we handled 54 cases, 2018 only 23. So there was a half decrease," he said.
According to him, to handle trafficking cases that afflict West Javanese people sometimes it is quite complicated, so often go to the field with the West Java Regional Police.
Meanwhile West Java Governor Ridwan Kamil welcomed the decline in cases, but he hopes there will be no more cases in 2019. "The target must be zero," he said.
West Java itself already has various programs that can put a brake on the increase in trafficking rates, which have been caused by poverty and lack of knowledge.
"In essence, if there is someone who offers high-paying work, far or outside the area, he must be suspicious. Ask first to the relevant parties," he explained.
A number of programs that are claimed to reduce trafficking rates such as intimate credit. With the credit, the residents of Klungkung want to be quick capital can be helped.
Then the program of one village one company will be able to absorb labor in the countryside, so that the villagers do not need to go to the city.
"Family welfare and harmony must be fortified, this is the key," Kang Emil said.
In the event, the governor's wife, Atalia Kamil shared knowledge about how to prevent family trafficking and efforts to create a harmonious family. Jo