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7 Maret 2021

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POSTCARD FROM MANDIRA’S GARDEN, GREEN GARDEN IN KEMANG

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Sejak pandemi, saya dan teman-teman jadi rajin mencari lokasi outdoor untuk bertemu. Sebelumnya kami jarang sekali bertemu di Jakarta karena kesibukan masing-masing dan memang kami jarang ada di Jakarta. Sudah beberapa bulan ini kami kembali “menemukan” spot-spot outdoor yang menarik di Jakarta, salah satunya Mandira’s Garden ini yang ada di Kemang, Jakarta Selatan.
















Konsep farm to table di Mandira’s Garden, artinya sebagian besar bahan makanan di menu fresh dari kebun sayuran yang ada di sini. Kita juga bisa belanja sayur dan buah di Mandira’s Garden. Hopefully you like these pictures we took while enjoying our time in this tiny garden ❤️


@marischkaprue - take a deep breath in the garden


MANDIRA’S GARDEN


Jl. Kemang Timur No. 55

Bangka, Mampang Prapatan

Jakarta Selatan

DKI Jakarta


Opening Hours:


Monday to Saturday 8 AM - 5 PM

Closed on Sunday


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Bali Tourism mengatakan...

For information, the MCP is an important part of the Corruption Prevention Coordination and Supervision program (Korsupgah) implemented by the Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). MCP is one of the pages that can provide information on the performance achievements of the Korsupgah program implemented by local governments throughout Indonesia. The MCP includes 8 intervention areas for District / City Governments and 7 intervention areas for Provincial Governments.
Furthermore, in his presentation, Sugeng Basuki gave an overview of the excellent achievements of MCP Bali in the last three years. In 2018, the achievement of MCP Bali was 64 percent, exceeding the national average which currently stands at 58 percent. Next in 2019 and 2020, Bali recorded MCP achievements of 76 percent and 88 percent, respectively. This achievement far left the national average which in 2019 was still at 69 percent, even in 2020 it decreased to around 64 percent. According to Sugeng, this indicator provides an overview of the seriousness of the ranks of the Bali provincial government and regencies / cities in Bali in efforts to prevent corruption in their respective work areas. “This is of course inseparable from the enthusiasm shown by the Regional Secretary who is so concerned about the corruption prevention program in the Bali region,” he praised.
Nevertheless, he still reminded the ranks of the Bali Provincial Government and Regency / City not to be careless and to pay attention to corruption-prone points. He said, there are at least nine corruption-prone points in the Regional Government that need attention, namely APBD planning such as the mode of distribution and arrangement of the APBD ‘project allocation’ as well as asking / receiving gifts / something in the APBD planning process. Other corruption hot spots are in the areas of licensing, recruitment, promotion and transfer of personnel, management of regional revenues, misuse of assets and mark-ups on procurement of goods.

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