UPNVJ Explores Collaboration on Hajj Fund Transparency with BPKH

Public RelationsUPNVJ - In an effort to increase transparency and accountability in the management of Hajj funds, the Center for Sustainable and Strategic Development Studies (PUSKA SSUD) of the National Development University "Veteran" Jakarta is exploring collaboration with the Hajj Financial Management Agency (BPKH) on Monday, February 26 2024.

This collaboration aims to conduct in-depth research on policies related to Hajj fund deposits and Hajj fund management, with the hope of providing solid policy recommendations for the future.

It is also hoped that this collaboration between PUSKA SSUD UPNVJ and BPKH can produce research findings that are not only relevant for domestic policy, but can also be published in international forums.

This marks an important step in efforts to improve the management standards and transparency of Hajj funds in Indonesia, which has long been a major concern for Hajj pilgrims and the wider community.

"This collaboration is a golden opportunity to bring the issue of managing Hajj funds to a higher level, not only in Indonesia but also on the international stage. We hope that the research we have conducted can provide valuable insight for developing better policies in the future," said Fachru Nofrian from PUSKA SSUD.


In line with this, the Deputy for Planning and Studies at BPKH, Hadiyati Munawaroh, welcomed the collaboration with PUSKA SSUD UPNVJ as a strategic step in improving the performance of Hajj fund management.

"Through this joint research, we hope to find innovative and strategic solutions to existing challenges, while increasing public trust in the management of Hajj funds," he said.

The main focus of this research is to identify Hajj fund management practices that can be improved, explore the potential for Hajj fund deposits, and develop policy recommendations that can be implemented to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of managing these funds.

In addition, it is hoped that the research results will provide an important contribution to academic literature and become a reference for other institutions that manage religious funds throughout the world.

This collaboration is also expected to strengthen relations between research institutions and government bodies in addressing strategic issues related to managing community funds. By combining PKPBS's academic expertise and BPKH's practical experience, both parties hope to create a synergy that will bring great benefits to the management of Hajj funds in Indonesia and improve the quality of research publications in international forums. (*wit/PRUPNVJ)

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