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The Community

The welfare of the community, especially those around the Company 's operational locations, is very important for the sustainability of the Company' s operations. The Company recognizes, in its operations, the Company will involve the public either directly or indirectly. The Company believes the improvement of community welfare will ultimately support the Company 's business development on an ongoing basis.

Indocement's social responsibility policies and commitments in the communities are set forth in the corporate philosophy signed by the President Director of Indocement. The policy includes Indocement's commitment to continuously striving to improve community programs to create better value and better solutions.

Target and Plan
  1. To pioneer and foster schools located in Indocement's partner villages to become Adiwiyata-rated schools at the district, national, and independent levels;
  2. To pioneer and foster partner villages to become Green Villages. In 2017 Indocement targeted three partner villages to receive the title as a Green Village, resulting in Puspanegara, Bogor, Citeureup, Bogor, and Randakari, Cilegon receiving the predicate.
  3. To use cutting-edge technology for agriculture / livestock programs and yield processing. In 2017, in accordance with the plan, the Company has facilitated solar cells for vegetable cultivation through the hydroponic method in Tajur Village.

Activities Conducted
The Indocement community social development program focuses on five main areas, namely: education; health; economy; social-culture, religion, youth and sports (sosbudagor); and security; as well as a special program called the Sustainable Development Program (SDP).

The social development activities carried out by Indocement in 2017 can be shown as follows:

Sustainable Development Program
The Company’s CSR programs includes a Sustainable Development Program (SDP) aimed at creating continuous community independence and improving the quality of life.

Kampung Kaleng Pasirmukti
Kampung Kaleng is an Indocement program inaugurated in August 2014 to help artisans make their goods from tin cans in Kampung Dukuh, Pasir Mukti Village, Citeureup, Bogor. In this village, tin cans are used to produce a variety of items, namely, baking pans, household utensils, mufflers, and factory chimneys. Indocement empowers the community in this village to develop their businesses through revolving capital assistance, skills training, market development assistance.

After the opening of Kampung Kaleng, in 2015 the artisans formed a Rancage Joint Venture Cooperative (KUB), which as an Indocement CSR partner, is managed by Dedi Ahmadi, chairman, who is also a local hero. Today, KUB Rancage has 62 members, in 12 cultivated villages and has been extended to outside the cultivated villages, among others to Cibinong.

KUB Rancage uses online sales services such as and KUB Rancage’s products have penetrated throughout Indonesia and overseas.

Gerakan Tani Mandiri
Indocement attempts to reduce social problems through its sustainable development program.

On October 4, 2014, Indocement launched “Gerakan Tani Mandiri” (GTM). This program aims to develop local potential by providing seeds, planting medium, and farming tools. In addition, the communities are given guidance and training to enable them to achieve selfreliance in agriculture.

One GTM program is ‘Kampung Jamur’. This mushroom cultivation was first introduced at Palimanan, Cirebon and followed by Citeureup.

Today, Indocement continues to provide guidance to GTM farmers to develop economically productive businesses, including the growing of mushrooms.

Kampung Batik Ciwaringin
Kampung Batik Ciwaringin at Cirebon was first introduced in August 2012 and is one of the CSR programs at Indocement Palimanan Factory.

The success of Kampung Batik Ciwaringin was one factor that helped Indocement’s Palimanan Factory reach a gold rating in the Performance Rating in Environmental Management Program (PROPER) from the Ministry of the Environment in 2012. This program was considered as capable of reviving the community workers in Kebon Gedang, Cirebon, after years of decline. Kampung Batik Ciwaringin was considered successful because the plan encouraged public participation in the process giving a sense of belonging to the program participants.

Currently, batik artisans actively participate in many exhibitions. The amount of local and overseas tourists has increased over time, as Kampung Batik Ciwaringin has become more famous.

P3M (Training and Community Empowerment Center) and P4M (Research, Training and Community Empowerment Center)
As one realization of the CSR program in sustainable development for the community, the Company established a training and community empowerment center covering agriculture, fishery and animal husbandry so that trainees receive the skills needed in the field, to increase their incomes and reduce unemployment.

House of Arts and Culture
The construction of an Art and Culture House is a contribution by the Company for the preservation of local culture and wisdom in each factory complex. Various activities that take place at the Arts and Culture House are managed by public figures. Activities that took place included:
  - Mask dances;
  - Art galleries;
  - Other art and cultural performances.

Youth Empowerment in Ciwandan (Association of Kumbang Saron Youth / P2KS)

The P2KS located in RT 04 / RW 02 in Tegal Ratu Village held an educational activity called "Sanggar Wuni Kreasi". This program is a development of the existing waste bank program in Randakari Village, Cilegon, West Java.

The purpose of the "Studio Wuni Kreasi" is as follows:
  1. Grow the interest in children for reading;
  2. Introduce the public to the importance of waste management;
  3. Improve the creativity of the community;
  4. Maintain and preserve local wisdom.

Activities undertaken in "Studio Wuni Kreasi" include:
  - Education Class: Providing books for elementary - high school students, English Class for elementary to high school students, introduction to Science and Technology (IPTEK) together with the local science community, and Kokamp or village counseling to women in Randakari .
  - Community Health Program (Kesmas): Socialization of a clean healthy lifestyle, socialization of child growth, and socialization of waste banks to minimize the volume of waste and to obtain economic benefits.
  - Arts program: marawis music art, angklung & rampak bedug and doodle painting techniques.
  - Training Program: training for employment psycho tests, and entrepreneurial recognition to encourage the achievement of creative economy.

‘Semen Tiga Roda” School for Builders (SETARA) - Indocement Internship School (SMI)

Initially the Sement Tiga Roda School (SETARA) training was held to improve the technical capabilities of construction workers (handymen). The SETARA participants were also given training in the laws related to construction services, Health and Safety (K3) practices, construction management, cost budgeting and submission of tenders, entrepreneurship, and the latest product applications in the world of construction so that they could gain more value, professionalism and quality to achieve customer satisfaction. 

The three-day training program was a partnership between the Company and the Ministry of Public Works and People's Housing (Kemenpupera), as well as the Construction Services Development Agency (LPJK) and several universities in Indonesia. SETARA’s Target until the 2020 is to certify 10,000 builders from LPJK - Kemenpupera. Until now, the number of SETARA participants has reached 2,362 people from all over Indonesia.

Since 2017, the program was specifically developed so that it could also be implemented around the operational areas of the Company with the intention of creating additional skills for the surrounding community. Held together by the CSR units and the Indocement Internship School (SMI), prospective "SETARA-SMI" participants are not required to have previous work experience as builders in the SETARA programs. Based on the SMI curriculum, SETARA-SMI graduates are also certified by the Manpower Office.

Since the fifth generation, a pilot curriculum has been applied with the addition of state defense materials. This material addition was initiated by the Company together with Kodim 0620 - Kabupaten Cirebon and Kodim 0621 - Kabupaten Bogor.

The SETARA-SMI training has been held in six batches, each for seven to nine days. From the 244 SETARA-SMI graduates, 33 trained personnel have been assigned and other graduates are still in the process of assignment, either through the "Mutu" (Tiga Roda Workers’ Community) established by the Company or through the Company's partnership with third parties.

Local Workforce
Indocement’s business growth has contributed significantly to the economic development in the areas surrounding the three Indocement factories. Local companies have become suppliers of goods and services as well as work contractors, providing a positive impact by increasing local revenue through the payment of taxes or levies. Indocement’s growth has also increased employment opportunities, especially for local people to become Company and contractor employees.

Costs Issued
To carry out all activities related to community development in 2017, Indocement spent Rp24,9 billion.

Indocement, a producer of Semen Tiga Roda Cement and Semen Rajawali