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It is recommended to actively implement and promote the model of interaction under the Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities Development Plan, being jointly implemented by the Sakhalin Oblast Administration, Sakhalin Energy and the Regional Council of Authorised Representatives of the Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities.

From the recommendations for state authorities in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation based on the results of parliamentary hearings of the Federation Council Committee on Northern Territories and Indigenous Minorities, 02 October 2008.

Social Development Fund

The Social Development Fund under the SIMDP is a body operating on the principles of openness and transparency, timely informing the Sakhalin Indigenous Minorities, inviting the SIM to extensive discussions of applicant projects, their merits and benefits to the tribesmen, and reporting to the SIM. Taking into consideration the experience of the mini-grants fund of SIMDP 1, representatives of the indigenous peoples recommended to combine the social development programme and the Mini-Grant Fund competition programme, thus developing the ability to handle the funds the purpose of which is addressing the issues of social protection of the SIM, conservation and development of the potential.

The Social Development Fund is steered by the Social Development Council (SDF Council).

GOALS OF THE SDF:

Contribute to the solution of social problems of the communities or separate SIM social groups, according to the purposes of the Social Development Fund:

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