Until 10 March 2019, we will continue to accept works/projects for the Nivkhi Alphabet Contest held by the Sakhalin Oblast Association of Museums with Sakhalin Energy's support to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the modern Nivkh alphabet and the International Year of Indigenous Languages.
The first social and cultural adaptation centre for migrant children has opened in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. The project ‘We are growing up in Russia’ is being carried out by the Sakhalin Regional Children`s Library with Sakhalin Energy's financial support, rendered from the Energy Social Initiatives Fund.
In February 2019 a new web-site appeared on Runet. The site is dedicated to the International Year of Languages: www.iyil2019.ru.
On 20–21 February the GARANT Social Technologies Centre (Arkhangelsk) and Sakhalin Energy held a workshop titled “The ABC of Grant Competitions” in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.
In early February, before the 10th anniversary of the LNG Plant, the production team of Public Television of Russia spent three days at the Plant to shoot an episode of the Industrial Policy television show about Prigorodnoye Asset.
Russia’s first LNG Plant was launched ten years ago, on 18 February 2009.
Meeting with representatives of Sakhalin indigenous community on the implementation of Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities Development Plan (SIMDP) have ended in Sakhalin. Since 2006 the Regional Council of the Authorised Representatives of the Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities, Sakhalin Oblast Government and Sakhalin Energy have been implementing the programme.
The Administration of Korsakov Municipality and Sakhalin Energy signed a cooperation agreement to implement the Sustainable Development and Social Investment Programme. This is another stage of the partnership programme that will last till 2021.
Meetings attended by sixty representatives of Sakhalin indigenous minorities have been held in six more communities to discuss Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities Development Plan (SIMDP).
The Underwater Explorations and Robotics programme has been adopted as a new learning opportunity for children taking extracurricular activities at the Creative Youth Centre in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. The project is supported by Sakhalin Energy as part of the ENERGY Social Initiatives Fund activities.