VIVA – Harapan Kita Foundation (YHK) founded by First Lady Hj. Siti Hartinah Soeharto, even half a century old on 23 August 2018. In the 50-year jubilee of YHK, four events were held from 18 to 23 August 2018 with the theme "Continue building hope for Indonesia & # 39; .
At the opening of August 18, 2018 & # 39; night YHK held a Wayang Kulit Show at Candi Bentar or Sasono Utomo, Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, East Jakarta. On this day, Sunday 19 August 2018, YHK took a healthy walk with 1,000 participants with the Candi Bentar TMII start route – the path in TMII. Candi Bentar TMII.
Siti Hardiyanti Rukmana or known as Mbak Tutut, opened the healthy walking event lead. Then there was also Siti Hediati Hariyadi or Titiek Soeharto. TMII itself is one of the works of Ibu Tien through YHK, which has so far provided great benefits for the Indonesian population. TMII was built on May 20, 1975.
"Taman Mini is a very well-built recreation, but admission ticket prices are the cheapest compared to leisure parks in various other parts of the world, so we got a prize," said Mbak Tutut.
YHK then founded a Child and Maternity Hospital (RSAB) Harapan Kita in 1979 and established the Harapan Kita Heart and Blood Vessel Hospital in 1985.
"" Harapan Kita Hospital was established to treat special illnesses with facilities and facilities that are equivalent to various medical facilities abroad, "he said.
He added that many Indonesian patients went outside before Harapan Kita Heart and Blood Vessels Hospital was built for treatment and healing abroad, the reason is that medical facilities in Indonesia are inadequate, while doctors in Indonesia are quite numerous.
"So, my mother built several special hospital facilities because of the desire of the mother to defend the health of her people. For those who can not afford the economy, even though they have heart problems, they still have to be rescued by the mechanism of cross-subsidization, "he said YHK's work in other social activities, including providing basic needs, helping disabled and orphans, helping meet the needs of victims of natural disasters, and much more.The greatest social activity, including the treatment of the eruption of Mount Galunggung in Tasikmalaya.