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Community involvement in the project is a key element in maintaining of social conditions and in minimizing the impact that may be caused by our activities. We always try to be openness communities in terms of information access through socialization, consultation, information boards, grievance mechanism, correspondence, and establishment of communication forum.

For over 6 years, in addition to small gathering, BPI has had public hearings more than 60 times with potential stakeholders, which include affected local people including, but not limited to land ownerspublic pktu, NGOs.

Topics of discussion included: Stakeholders involved included community representatives, NGOs, and government agencies. The primary objective of community engagement in this year was to build relationships within the local community to identify the needs of the community as well as to build the foundation for the CSR programs in coming years.

Based on three days of discussions, an agreement on land price and ROW compensation was reached between BPI and villagers from eight villages. A total of 38 RTs and 1, people received such consultations and explanatory meeting.

Moreover, discussions and coordination with related authorities, NGOs, farmers, and community figures was conducted during: Environmental Permit Issuance; Facilitation Team [1] establishment; Communication Forum [2] establishment; creation of the social compensation beneficiaries list; and the 1st social compensation disbursement.

Ujungnegoro, Karanggeneng, Ponowareng, and Kedungsegog. This forum was created to bridge communication between the aspirations of the local community to BPI, and also initial issues that may occur on the site. BPI sought to expand the community knowledge on the CFPP Project through consultation and explanatory meeting and through radio show, expo and distributing newspaper.

Moreover, BPI also held consultations and explanatory meeting to clarify wmdal price issues with landowners. Intensive coordinations and discussions with various stakeholders such as farmers, village officers, AMDAL experts, community figures, regency amdaal and provincial agencies were held in order to finalize the affected farmer list and to recommence the Social Compensation disbursement.

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In accordance with the Batang Regent Decree Number This consultation and socialization process was conducted prior to the issuance of the Location Determination by the Central Java Governor in June On June 6,BPI achieved financial close as construction began. In addition to the Social Compensation program, BPI also has several other programs for affected communities.

This program is a management plan to mitigate impacts from changes in livelihood pattern plyu emerge due to land acquisition activities in the Power Block area. This program is intended to provide new income for the affected TFs whose income decreased when BPI acquired the land. In order to maintain fishermen income, BPI established the Fish Apartment artificial fish habitat program.

For communities in ajdal villages, a comprehensive CSR Program was implemented with considering their needs. In this year, BPI also conducted consultations and explanatory meeting prior to each construction activity such as: Efforts were made to disseminate information regarding construction activities to both onshore and offshore stakeholders.

Some of the engagement and consultation were conducted at an individual-level, through the Community Relations Team to Community Leaders, whilst others responded to grievance zmdal.

In this year BPI continued the mass amda program along with health counseling in order to increase community awarness on the benefits of healthy lifestyles. In addition, various capacity buidling training sessions were held for local midwives and village health volunteers in affected villages, to mitigate any health impacts that may occurs during the construction phase.

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After the environmental permit AMDAL was issued on AugustBPI, along with local government, formulated 3 three alternate earnings formula for affected farmers, to address the impact which related with livelihood patterns alteration caused by land acquisition activities. This ammdal based on the consultation with government authorities and representatives of affected households.

In implementing the program, we are together with Batang Government and other stakeholders to formulated criteria for the affected farmers who will be eligible to the social mitigation program. The formulated of the criteria for affected farmers have been stipulated in Batang Regent Decree.

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Based on the degree, the affected farmers are divided into two criteria, namely Tenant farmers and Daily farmers. The cooperation between land owner and tenant farmers are applied by profit sharing or land lease system.

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Other workers who are not included in the above categories are not entitled for social mitigation program. The Program was to compensate affected farmers eventually, consisting of daily farmers and tenant farmers in three phases over 21 months.

Affected farmers were those that experienced impacts to their livelihoods after lands were acquired for The Project. To compensate for these impacts, monies were disbursed through bank transfer, door-to-door visits, and direct cash transfer amda disbursement events. Details of compensation disbursement, along with beneficiary details can be found in the Social Compensation Activity Report. This program provides new sources of income for the affected TFs whose livelihoods were impacted by amdsl Project.

BPI has provided plots for the Replacement Land program, designated for the affected TFs who lost their sources of livelihood due to land acquisition activities. Consultations and explanatory meeting with the TFs was conducted on 29 June by involving: Before affected TFs start to cultivate their respective replacement lands, BPI has already started the nursery work and pilot plant testing work for 6 ha of land, as of 02 July As of Junereplacement land plots were received and signed by TFs for use as rice paddy and peanut fields.

Photos of Replacement Land program. Through of Corporate Social Responsibility CSR program, creation of new entrepreneur process began with stakeholders in related villages with prioritizing the interests and talents of the effected communities.

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Support available for income generation includes facilitating motivating Project Affected Peoples in capitalizing the income restoration activities. To achieve this goal, adequate rehabilitation assistance will be offered to the PAPs to restore their livelihood and income. The programs initiated by the CSR team aim at creating sustained employment by strengthening rural infrastructure.

In addition to the project sponsored programs, NGOs amdla as LDP-KJKS Bina Mandiri and Koperasi Mitra Dhuafa will play a proactive role to mobilize various microfinance schemes and ensure their accessibility and benefits to PAPs, particularly the tenant farmers, farm workers, elderly, women headed households and other vulnerable groups by forming self-help groups.