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Bank Indonesia is
committed to strengthening synergy and solidarity with various community groups
to accelerate the sharia economy and finance and revive the national economy,
including community organisations. To
that end, Bank Indonesia and the Muhammadiyah Society signed a Memorandum of
Understanding (MoU) at a virtual ceremony held today (17/09) to strengthen
existing cooperation moving forward. In
his speech, BI Governor, Perry Warjiyo, conveyed appreciation that during the
Covid-19 pandemic we still receive His guidance and optimism to strengthen
synergy and solidarity in the face of onerous challenges. The MoU reinforces
existing cooperation with several Islamic community organisations and
associations, while striving to develop further cooperation with other groups.
Governor Perry also
outlined three critical aspects of BI cooperation with the Muhammadiyah
development of the sharia economy through community-based economic empowerment,
including clustering, capacity building, technical assistance, access to
finance and digitalisation. Second,
philanthropic engagement in education. In practice, Bank Indonesia runs various
development programs targeting the sharia economy and finance, such as training
as well as sharia economic and financial empowerment, including productive waqf
maintaining friendships and mutual cooperation towards greater benevolence.
Muhammadiyah Chairman, Haedar
took the opportunity to describe his hopes and aspirations concerning sharia
economic development. First,
improve the quality and level up the local economy. Second, for
the sharia economy and finance to provide a tangible contribution towards
advancing MSMEs, alleviating poverty and social inequality as well as
overcoming the economic problems associated with the current pandemic.
Cooperation between Bank
Indonesia and Muhammadiyah is expected to help revive the local
economy and contribute to the national economic recovery.
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