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8 Schools Beneficiaries of BPI CSR Program Achieve District Adiwiyata School

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BPI in Partnership with the Batang Library and Archives Service (Disperpuska) to provide Technical Guidance for Partner Libraries

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PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia Assisted School Wins National Level Adiwiyata School Award

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Preventing and Overcoming Stunting BPI Collaborates with Kandeman and Tulis Community Health Centers

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BPI Hand Over Thousands of Tree Seeds to Adiwiyata Schools

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14 Villages that assisted by PT BPI Received Appreciation Climate Village Program (Proklim) from the Ministry of Environment and Forestry

The Climate Village Program (PROKLIM) is a national program managed directly by the Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) in order to increase the involvement of the community and other stakeholders to strengthen their adaptation capacity to the impacts of climate change and reduce greenhouse gas / GHG emissions.

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Ramadan Bersemi Program PT BPI Distributes Paints for Musholla and Mosques

PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia (BPI) distributed paint for worship places in several villages around the construction of a Central Java Coal-Fired Power Plant 2 x 1.000 MW in Batang Regency.

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Support Education Recovery from Covid-19 Impact CSR PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia Support Pursuing Education Package C

PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia through its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program continues to assist the government in the context of economic, social and education recovery affected by Covid-19. 

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Support Economic Recovery from the Impact of COVID-19 Pemprov Collaborates with PT BPI CSR to Provide Herbal Drinks (Empon-Empon) Processing Equipment

The government continues to strive to assist the economic recovery of the impact of Covid-19 on the community and small and medium enterprises.

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BPI Distributes Sacrificial Animal

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, PT Bhimasena Power Indonesia (PT BPI) continues to distribute sacrificial animals in the affected village where the construction of the Batang CFPP 2 x 1,000 MW plant is located. 

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