YPLAG as a non-governmental organization that is engaged in interreligious harmony and belief does not stop at realizing efforts to build and maintain peace, especially in the Solo Raya region.
The Covid-19 pandemic, which has been announced by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia on March 2, 2020, has affected people’s daily activities. YPLAG is required to be even more creative in implementing existing programs, as well as innovating to adapt to the new normal that has begun to run.
A board meeting to discuss this was held on August 29, 2020 through the ZOOM application. Several things have been produced in the meeting. One of them is about a new program which is planned for the coming October which will bring in participants from several regions outside Solo.