LUDWIGSHAFEN, NNC – BASF SE has decided to donate a total of 100,000 Euros for disaster management efforts in Sulawesi, Indonesia.
With funding from BASF, BASF Stiftung, a charitable foundation based in Germany, will provide assistance to immediately support international disaster management activities for earthquake and tsunami victims in three districts in Central Sulawesi.
The funds donated will be used to initiate assistance measures in Indonesia such as emergency supplies, sanitation materials and health support.
Sanjeev Gandhi, a member of the BASF SE Board of Executive Directors responsible for the Asia Pacific region, expressed his sympathy for the families of the disaster victims.
"We are grateful that all BASF families and BASF factories in Indonesia were not affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Sulawesi," said Sanjeev.
Daniel Loh, BASF Indonesia CEO, said BASF and BASF Stiftung will also provide aid to employees affected by the disaster.
"Our goal is to offer quick support for recovery in the region," Daneil said.