The Papua Youth Creative Hub will be a Creative Space for Papuan Children Papua Youth Creative Hub, or Papua Youth Creative Hub, will soon be built in October 2021.

Deputy Minister of Public Works and Public Housing (PUPR) John Wempi Wetipo said the building of the Papua Youth Creative Hub was a form of government support for Papuan children.

By providing much more space for Papuan youth so that to be more creative, develop, and progress.

“During the Covid-19 pandemic, many people talked about being creative to technological leaps that forced us to change. So, if today there is a great will from the state to help Papuan youth to be more creative, I think this is a great opportunity to change,” said Wempi in a broadcast press, Wednesday (16/6/2021).

The establishing of the Papua Youth Creative Hub is planned to take place on Jalan Poros Abepura, which is about 11 kilometers from the center of Jayapura City, with a total land area of ​​15,000 square meters.

With details, 60 percent of green land and 40 percent of the building mass, the infrastructure is then expected to become a water absorption area as well as forming of a micro-climate for the people using it.

In the letter of development proposal, it is also stated that the building space requirement of the Papua Youth Creative Hub covers an area of ​​7,288 square meters.

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The space requirements include the main building covering an area of ​​2,870 square meters, boarding house or dormitory space of 1,860 square meters, sports facilities of 1,230 square meters, and public facilities covering an area of ​​1,328 square meters.

Furthermore, regarding the design of the Papua Youth Creative Hub, there are a number of improvements according to mutual agreement.

The building mass consists of two floors with a total area of ​​5,392 square meters and a green area of ​​3,000 square meters.

Even so, the design concept still includes the main building, dormitory, sport venue, exhibition hall, and co-working space.

As a supporting facility, a parking area and landscaping will also be built, which can accommodate approximately 53 cars and 154 motorcycles.

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