One of Korean Air’s volunteer groups were in Manado, Indonesia
from 31 January to 5 February to help a local community there.
Manado is the capital city of the
Indonesian province of North Sulawesi, located on the island of
Sulawesi, the 11th largest island in the world.
The Korean Air employees visited Yettrang, an underprivileged village
with a high poverty rate and no education or welfare benefits.
During their time in Yettrang, the volunteers
constructed the foundation for a dormitory at a local orphanage,
and visited the orphanage to spend time with the children.
Korean Air has a very active CSR programme in
place with volunteer groups frequently contributing to
underprivileged communities across the region. The Seoul-based
airline currently has a total of 25 volunteer groups actively
helping with projects and community programs at orphanages,
rehabilitation centers for the disabled, as well as senior care
centers to support disadvantaged groups.
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