August 19, 2019

Enesis Group Conducts Socialization and Workshop in Pulo Gadung

Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) is a disease that is still a public health problem in Indonesia. This year, it is known that several regions in Indonesia experienced an increase in dengue cases. Based on this and in order to enliven Indonesia’s 74th Anniversary, Enesis Group carried out socialization of dengue prevention to residents around the factory so that they were #MerdekaDariNyamuk, especially residents of RW 8, Jatinegera, Cakung, East Jakarta.

Ani Aryani (HR Corporate Head) said “We hope that with this DHF prevention socialization activity, residents will be more concerned about the health of themselves and their families and keep their environment clean to avoid dengue and #MerdekaDariNyamuk” said Ani.

Shabrina Ghassani Roza (Doctor Enesis Group) explained that preventing DHF must begin with awareness from residents to protect themselves from mosquito bites. “This prevention can be done in a simple way, namely doing 3MPlus, namely closing water storage areas, draining bathtubs, and burying or recycling unused items. Then, the pluses are that one of them is using mosquito repellent lotion to open parts of the body as personal protection or spraying mosquito repellent, besides that it can also plant mosquito repellent plants, raise larvae-eating fish, or sleep using mosquito nets, “explained Shabrina.

In this socialization activity in addition to education about DHF and how to prevent it, Enesis Group also held a Garbage Recycling Workshop in collaboration with the Gesit Menteng Waste Bank. Sri Endarwati (BSI Manager) positively welcomed the activities carried out by Enesis Group, “With the guidance and training from Enesis Group, we can use plastic waste into a work of art so that this waste is no longer a barrier to waterways that causes floods or garbage that damages the environment, but can be used as artistic and useful items, such as bags, tissue holders, flower pots, or pencil cases, so that useless plastic waste becomes valuable items,” he explained.

Elkana Lewerissa (Public Relations Head of Enesis Group) revealed that this activity is one of the company’s commitments to carry out Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs in the field of dengue control and the environment. “This socialization activity is a tangible manifestation of Enesis Group’s commitment to disseminating information to the wider community about the dangers and prevention of DHF. We also collaborate with BSI as a form of Enesis Group’s responsibility for the problem of plastic waste. We hope that through this activity, the community can use plastic waste so that it can be processed into useful goods,” added Elkana.