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INDOPOS.CO.ID – Gerakan Budaya Bersih dan Senyum (GBBS) Kementerian Koordinator Bidang Maritim dan Sumberdaya melakukan sosialisasi dan diskusi khususnya kepada istri para gubernur di 10 destinasi wisata yang sudah ditetapkan oleh pemerintah.

Gerakan ini diharapkan tidak hanya untuk membuat masyarakat memiliki kesadaran akan kebersihan dan senyum, tapi juga membuat mental mereka berubah, sesuai revolusi mental yang digaungkan Presiden Joko Widdo.

“Suksesnya GBS itu dilihat dari berhasilnya mengubah mindset masyarakat di daerah pilot project nanti. Kami optimis ini bisa terealisasi,” ucap Devi Pandjaitan di Kediaman Menko Maritim, Komplek Widya Candra, Jakarta (7/10).

Acara ini dilakukan untuk meninjau sejauh mana perubahan yang dilakukan oleh masyarakat terhadap pola pikir (mindset)-nya terhadap sosialisasi GBBS tersebut. Dengan menjadikan istri istri para gubernur dan polisi tersebut sebagai penanam gerakan budaya tersebut.

Disambut Positif, Siti Atikoh Supriyanti, Istri Gubernur Jawa Tengah Ganjar Pranowo, mengatakan orang tua memiliki peran besar untuk mengasuh anak-anaknya agar bertumbuh menjadi pribadi-pribadi unggul. Karena itu dapat dikatakan jika terjadi perubahan sosial yang mengarah pada hal-hal yang buruk, maka orang tua perlu mendapat pendidikan pengasuhan yang benar.

Sedangkan Tri Tito Karnavian, sudah sejak awal melakukan beberapa kegiatan untuk membangun karakter masyarakat, hal tersebut sejalan dengan misi Polri yang mendekatkan masyarakat dengan polisi. Sedangkan untuk Gerakan Budaya Bersih dan Senyum (GBBS) nantinya akan menjadi acuan sosialisasi di setiap istri pimpinan kepolisian di darah.

Acara sosialisasi GBBS dihadiri oleh Istri Gubernur Jawa Tengah, istri Gubernur Maluku, Istri Kapolda Metro Jaya serta ibu ibu darma wanita beserta jajaran pengurusnya. (amd)


Jakarta. The Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs introduced to the public its "Cleanliness and Smile Movement" campaign, which aims at improving hospitality and hygiene in Indonesia's tourist destinations.

The event held at the residence of Minister for Maritime Affairs Luhut Pandjaitan on Friday (07/10), sought to invite women's groups and associations to become the main agents behind the movement.

Among the guests were the wives of six governors, wife of the National Police chief, Tri Suswati; Ebed Litaay of the Indonesian Diaspora Network, members of the female civil servants association, Dharma Wanita, the association of policemen's wives Bhayangkari, the association of soldiers' wives Dharma Pertiwi, and women's organization Family Welfare Guidance (PKK).

Pamela Fadhilah of the Ministry of Agriculture served as the moderator of "Cleanliness and Smile Movement" promotional speeches and presentations. The main speakers were Dr. Rima Agristina, Dharma Wanita chairwoman of the Ministry for Maritime Affairs Musyarafah Machmud and Ivonny Zakaria, a community leader from Sineas Muda Indonesia.

"Cleanliness and Smile Movement" is part of the government's long-term agenda known as "mental revolution," which is meant to fight corruption, poor work ethics, high crime rate, poor hygiene and other problems which according to the revolution's advocates are mindset-related.

The mental revolution wants to strengthen the nation's integrity, work ethics and gotong royong (mutual help).

Bleak Picture of Indonesian Tourism

Concerns about the poorly-managed tourist destinations prompted the establishment of "Cleanliness and Smile Movement." According to the World Economic Forum's "Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report," in 2015, Indonesia ranked 109 out of 141 countries in health and hygiene, and 134 in economic sustainability.

The government's target of having 20 million tourists visit Indonesia by 2019 seems a long way to go. But rays of hope emerge from the "Cleanliness and Smile Movement," such as Bali's Penglipuran village which is now a decent litter-free tourist spot, or community initiatives like Sail Selat Karimata for guarding the cleanness of Karimata Srtait that divides the islands of Sumatra and Borneo.

The Ministry for Maritime Affairs' "Cleanliness and Smile Movement" runs in collaboration with the Ministry of Religious Affairs, the Ministry of Environment and Forestry and hundreds of environmental activists.

Filmmakers for the Thousand Islands

"Gerakan 1000," or the "1000 movement," initiated by Sineas Muda Indonesia, seeks to produce a film set in Jakarta's Thousand Islands to empower the islands' communities and conservation efforts with 1000 filmmakers who are expected to team up for the project. The film will also be used in the islands' promotion campaigns.

The film's title "Elang" ("Eagle") refers to the scouting symbol, as one of the islands is called Pulau Pramuka, or Scout Island. There are already 700 young filmmakers involved in the production, 400 of them from the islands.

Among the producers are Sineas Muda Indonesia, the Thousand Islands' government,\ and the ministries which also carry out hospitality and entrepreneurship workshops for the islands' residents.

"Gerakan 1000" also collaborates with Bank Indonesia.

"We've agreed to make e-ticketing system for tourists wanting to visit the Thousand Islands. It's still in progress. The proposal has been submitted to the local government. What's the connection with Bank Indonesia? Bank Indonesia is promoting the cashless movement where everything can be paid by electronic money," Ivonny of Sineas Muda Indonesia said.

"Gerakan 1000" currently welcomes donations from sponsors willing to participate in both the film production and conservation of the islands.

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