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Sakhalin Energy promotes indigenous peoples development programs
Within the framework of the 13 session of the United Nations Permanent Forum onоOn behalf of indigenous peoples, held in New York from 12 to 23 May 2014, State Secretary - Deputy Minister of Regional Development Svetlana Ivanova held a round table "Sustainable development of indigenous peoples: Russian experience" - the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development reports.
Representatives of the Russian delegation shared their experience in the sphere of sustainable development of indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East.
In particular, experts on Sakhalin Energy told about the best practices. The Oil and Gas Company adopted in 2006 the Plan of Assistance to the Development of Indigenous Peoples of the North of the Sakhalin Region aimed at preventing or minimizing the impact of the Sakhalin-2 project on indigenous peoples, improving their quality of life, and, most importantly, supporting sustainable development and developing the indigenous potential peoples of the island.
Since 2006, the Plan has implemented more than 440 projects in the field of economic development of indigenous peoples of the Sakhalin region (including the development of reindeer breeding, dog breeding, fishing, gathering and processing of wild-growing plants), and the social sphere (education, health, culture).