Corporate Social Responsibility

PT Alamindo Bumi Hijau. is committed and responsible for carrying out its business activities to benefit all stakeholders (including the Indigenous Peoples, Government, and Employees) and continues to build a sustainable community in various fields through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs, thus, it is beneficial for all stakeholders through the implementation of the following approaches:

Local Workforce Empowerment

Alamindo is committed to succeeding together with indigenous Papuans. Alamindo's workforce is predominantly Indigenous Papuans/Orang Asli Papua (OAP), comprising more than 60% of the composition. In the next 20 years, OAP will occupy key positions, with only select roles being filled by external candidates.

Development and Improvement of Education and Training

In line with the Regional Regulation Formation Agency/Badan Pembentukan Peraturan Daerah (Bapemperda) which invented Local Worker Protection Regulations, Alamindo also provides free education and training platorms to improve the quality of OAP community resources, through agricultural training for horticultural commodities, for example cassava, corn, sago etc., forest nursery and development training as well as providing scholarships for potential students from kindergarten to a bachelor degree. In addition, Alamindo provides vocational programs in certain fields to be educated at accredited institutions.


Alamindo has created a camp clinic in each business unit which is equipped with paramedics and other supporting health facilities, such as medicines and medical equipment. The company also pays attention to the health of children under the age of five, such as stunting and anemia.

Forest Village Community Development

Forest Village Community Development/Pembinaan Masyarakat Desa Hutan (PMDH) As the realization of Alamindo’s shared vision and mission, Alamindo has built, provided, and repaired infrastructure such as bridges, roads and facilities such as houses of worship, schools, and traditional houses (village halls) in order to create optimal synergy with indigenous Papuans.

Welfare of Indigenous Papuans

Alamindo plays an active role in buying and selling agricultural products and Non-Wood Forest Products (such as honey, cinnamon etc.) harvested by the indigenous Papuans, as well as facilitating market activities in collaboration with the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry/Kamar Dagang dan Industri Indonesia (KADIN) and the local government.