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October 21, 2013

BHA Collaborates with PUSPADI Bali to Provide a Brighter Future

Bali Hotels Association  (BHA )Collaborates with PUSPADI Bali to Provide a Brighter Future

As part of the Bali Hotels Association’s ongoing Community Program, representatives recently carried out yet another life-enriching initiative for less fortunate members of the local community. Ms.Vita Tampi of The Royal Beach Seminyak Mr. Wayan Suwitra Of Hotel HARRIS Kuta Beach conducted an informative session for PUSPADI Bali on how to prepare a professional CV and present well at a job interview in conjunction with their Job Placement Program. 

Located in the Annika Linden Centre in Batu Bulan, PUSPADI’s annual Job Placement Program is designed to help disabled men and women receive the proper training required to gain employment and lead independent lives. Bali Hotels Association (BHA) provides volunteers on a quarterly basis to conduct training sessions and share valuable knowledge about the hospitality industry. Additionally, BHA also instigates work experience opportunities in some of the hotel’s under its banner with the possibility of full time employment for successful participants. 

“Bali Hotels Association has supported this program for the past 3 years and the results have been remarkable. It is heartening to see that so many men and women who have participated in this initiative are now able to live independently despite their physical limitations. These spirited individuals are hard workers and determined to succeed as productive member of society, which is truly inspiring,” comments Virginie Tutin Sandstrom, Director in charge of Community Service for BHA. “We hope that more establishments and corporations will support this amazing program and create further working opportunities for these wonderful people,” she adds.

About BHA
Bali Hotels Association is a professional group of star rated hotels and resorts in Bali. Members include General  Managers from more than 100 hotels and resorts representing over 15,000 hotel rooms and almost 30,000 employees in the tourism sector. The vision is to keep Bali as the most desirable tourism destination  in Asia through the warmth and hospitality of its people.
One of the objectives of BHA is to support and facilitate the development of communities, education an
d the environment in Bali. BHA has initiated many projects involving association members as well as people within the industry. Only by supporting each other can these long term projects be achieved and benefit everyone on the island.

About Annika Linden Centre
The Annika Linden Centre is a world class facility for non- profit work and social entrepreneurship set on 3,300 square  meters of land in Denpasar, Bali Indonesia. Co-designed by an internationally recruited team and localnon profit leaders, the Centre opened its doors in October 2012.
The Annika Linden Centre’s central location in Bali, Indonesia - a crossroads for so many countries, cultures, and philosophies – facilitates a hub where philanthropists, non profits, poor families, volunteers, and social entrepreneurs share knowledge, experiences, resources, and connections to everyone's benefit, and increase our collective ability to create lasting social change. Centre services currently focus on disability and rehabilitation for disadvantaged and under-served communities in Bali. The Annika LindenCentre is powered by Y HUB, a social enterprise imagined and invested by the Inspirasia Foundation and its leadership, Chairman Mark Weingard and CEO Matt Thorpe.
 In addition to owning and operating the Centre, Y HUB also provides professional services to non-profit leaders, social entrepreneurs, and philanthropists, to increase the impact of grants and programs across Indonesia and South east Asia.

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