Residents of 3 T (Front, Outermost, and Disadvantaged) requested to build roads.

KBRN, Nunukan: Residents of Lourdes Village, Central Sebatik District, Nunukan Regency, ask for the government's attention. During the 77 years of Indonesia's independence, those living on the border with Malaysia admit that getting health and education services is difficult because of difficult road access.

"We have been here since 1998. We can see that the roads are slippery when it rains," said one resident, Barnabas, Wednesday (10/08/2022).

Bernabas explained that when a family member is sick, it is difficult for them to bring it to a health facility, so it is not uncommon to ask health workers to come and check directly at the patient's house.

"At least we call; if you can't ride a motorbike, the health workers will walk," he added.

Meanwhile, one of the health workers, Daniel Lalang, confirmed that it has been difficult for his party to provide health services to the community because road access is difficult to reach. 

"Sometimes they just go to the village for treatment when they can't go to the pustu, especially during the rainy season," he concluded. 

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