Ametis Villa– Bali had participated in Tri Hita Karana Award 2018 at first time and is honored to have received the Gold Award, at Tri Hita Karana Award accreditation held on 30th November 2018 at the Art Center, Denpasar.
With the enthusiastic support and dedication from all the team, Our Bali Beach Villa had recognition that Tri Hita Karana principals were implemented in the daily operational activities to preserve the local culture heritage and environment.
“Bali tourism can grow rapidly, however, we need to keep Bali away from the damage. Bali must not be damaged both in physically and mentally” said the chairman of Tri Hita Karana, Mr. Wisnu Wardhana.
This year, awards were participated by total 165 tourism sectors (116 Hotels- 48five star, 18 boutique, 41 four stars, 7 three starts, and 1 two stars, Governmental, and Tourist Attraction). Awards and accreditation were categorized as Platinum, Emerald, Gold, Silver and Bronze, also Balinese Cuisine Competition “Melapa Melapi”, Public Relation and CSR Award.
In a mission to increase women’s awareness on the importance of early detection of cervical cancer, Ametis Villa Bali conducted Pap Smear programme, partnership with BPJS Kesehatan (Indonesian Social Insurance Administration Organization) and Prodia Laboratory on Wednesday, 21st November 2018.
Prior to the event, on Sunday, 11 November 2018, Ametis Villa Bali invited 230 women from Banjar Canggu for The Pap Smear Socialization. During the socialization, Ms. Echi, the nurse from Prodia shared the knowledge about how to detect the cervical cancer, also straightened out of misunderstandings about cervical cancer and pap smear itself. After the participants understood about the importance of early detection of cervical cancer, 70 women from Banjar Canggu registered to do the pap smear at Ametis Villa Bali.
Mrs. Echi, the nurse from Prodia says “In Indonesia, the cervical cancer is estimated to appear in 40-45 new cases and 20-25 women die everyday,. It means that every hour, one woman dies because of cervical cancer.”
“We want woman who needs a pap smear but does not have funding to come see us, and we would love to screen her for cervical cancer,” said Mrs. Sevi Adnyani, the Human Resource Manager of Ametis Villa Bali.
Pap Smear was held in one of villa at Ametis Villa, and attended by 34 women from Br. Canggu on 21st November.
Ametis Villa Bali conducts various local community activities as CSR, and plans to conduct Pap Smear program as annual CSR event in the future.
Ametis Villa-Bali supported the Annual International Coastal Clean Up and World Cleaning Up Day 2018 on 15th September 2018, with #balifreefromplasticbag campaign by Bali Hotel Association to cut down the amount of plastic and garbage entering the ocean.
Our Bali Private Villa, Ametis Villa invited local community, hotels, and restaurants surround Canggu to join this global movement. Around 145 volunteers had removed 21kg inorganic trash, and 30kg organic trash from Batu Bolong Beach, Canggu.
“Against Bali tourism is growing up, Bali is suffering from the rising tide of plastic waste as it becomes news worldwide. We should start from the individual immediately to protect our environment and also to welcome lots of tourist back to this small beautiful island. It is great chance for us to encourage people to join this global action on international coastal cleanup day” says Mrs. Saviestri Adnyani , Human Resource Manager of Ametis Villa– Bali.
About International Coastal Clean Up:
Began in 1986 by Ocean Conservancy Organization to encourage worldwide awareness and action for the world’s ocean conservancy.