The presentation of Sakhalin Indigenous Peoples project took place at a school museum of the Solovyovka village. The project was implemented with the support of Sakhalin Energy under the Korsakov Sustainable Development Partnership Council. In the framework of this project, the museum has added to its collection a thematic exhibition hall dedicated to indigenous peoples.
The project was developed by Gladway Foundation for the Development of Media Programmes specially for the Safety Is Important! programme.
On 8 June, Sakhalin Energy representatives met with the population of the Korsakov District. It was one of the traditional biannual meetings with the company’s specialists. They are held with the purpose of providing information to the public about the progress of the Sakhalin-2 project and answering their questions arising in this connection.
Sakhalin Energy held a subbotnik in the Preodoleniye rehabilitation centre. More than 90 employees and their families together with specialists of the centre helped to improve and decorate the territory of the institution.
On 1 June, a meeting was held to prepare the Second Sakhalin Oblast Traditional Sports Competition among indigenous minorities children. The opening ceremony of the regional physical culture event will be held on 1 July in Poronaysk. About a hundred children and teenagers aged 10 to 17 years are expected to participate in the competition. Their teams will represent the districts of Sakhalin indigenous minorities traditional residence.
Production of two inlet separators for Sakhalin-2 project is completed. The work was carried out by Izhorskie Zavody, a member of OMZ Group, under the contract signed by the parties in May 2016.
On the eve of the all-Russian Day of Libraries, Sakhalin Energy has handed over a set of 17 books to the Sakhalin Regional Universal Scientific Library. It is the ninth time the company has launched its annual project — Book as a Gift.
“Business and Sustainable Development Goals: Disclosure in Non-Financial Reporting” is the title of the report made by Sakhalin Energy at the Striving for the Sustainable Development Goals: Promotion of Sustainable Development and Decent Work international conference.
The awards ceremony of the sixth Best Social Projects of Russia Awards contest was held in Moscow. In total, more than 200 projects were submitted for participation in the competition. Elena Zakharova, the famous theatre and film actress, was the host of the ceremony.
This year’s first meeting of the Governing Board of the Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities Development Plan was held on 18 May in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. The Development Plan is a partnership programme implemented jointly by the Regional Council of Authorised Representatives of the Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities, the Sakhalin Oblast Government and Sakhalin Energy.