Penyerahan alat – alat kesehatan Posco International ke klinik dilakukan pada Kamis, 24 Juni 2021.  Acara dihadiri oleh Presiden Direktur PT. Bio Inti Agrindo (BIA) Bpk. Kong Byoung Sun, Kepala Dinas Kesehatan Bpk. Dr. Nevile Muskita, Kepala BPJS Kesehatan Kab. Merauke Bpk. Ahmad zainudin beserta tim nya,Tim tenaga Medis di Klinik.

Acara diawali dengan menyanyikan lagu Indonesia Raya lalu Sambutan Presiden Direktur PT. BIA, sambutan Dr. Wawang Tirtana, Sambutan Kepala Dinas Kesehatan, lalu Penyerahan Alat – Alat kesehatan dan ditutup dengan foto bersama. Kegiatan ini dilakukan cukup singkat dan tentunya dengan mematuhi protocol kesehatan yang ketat.

Donasi alat kesehatan ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan pelayanan kesehatan untuk masyarakat di sekitar perkebunan di distrik Ulilin. alat yang didonasikan antara lain Alat USG, Dental chair set, EKG, Obgyn bed serta bebarapa air purifier, total donasi senilai 1 Milyar rupiah secara simbolis telah diterima oleh Dr. Wawang Tirtana selaku pimpinan klinik.

Dalam sambutannya Dr. Wawang Tirtana menambahkan sejak 2016 Posco International secara rutin melakukan kegiatan medical service dengan bantuan belasan dokter spesialis, obat-obatan serta peralatan yang memadai. Namun, sejak pandemi covid-19 per 2020 kegiatan medical service digantikan dengan donasi alat kesehatan. Tak Lupa, Dr. wawang tirtana menyampaikan terimakasih kepada posco international atas donasi alat kesehatan yang sangat membantu dan berguna untuk pelayanan seluruh masyarakat disini.

2020.02.12PT BIA received complaints from the Bentala Pusaka Foundation regarding the demolition of a sacred site of Yawantop, the Indigenous peoples of Malind and Wambon Tekamerop. Allegedely, the Company had destroyed sacred site used to perform traditional rituals. A field verification was immediately carried out and it was discovered that the area in question was a category HCV 4 area which according to the testimony of the Basik-Basik clan, was a natural well of 0.2 ha
2020.02.20Public consultations related to the clarification and rehabilitation of high conservation value areas have been carried out with LMA, indigenous communties, and local NGOs with the consultations also being attended by local governments bringing the total attendance to 66 people.
2020.03..12A traditional ceremony has been held between the clans involved, the company and also the local community. Followed by rehabilitation (replanting) with the plants requested by the clan on April 4, 2020.
2020.04.04At present, the Case has been listed as Resolved and continues to be monitored by the HCV team who also collaborates with the VMT (Village Monitoring Team) that has been formed comprised of members of the indigenous community itself.
2019.12.19Four civic groups (KTNC Watch, PUSAKA, SKP-KAMe and WALHI Papua) submitted a complaint to KNCP regarding the development and production of palm oil.
2020.2.12The company submitted their response to the complaint
2020.3.9Complainant submitted an additional statement
2020.3.17KNCP Initial Assessment results and mediation process is announced
2020.8.201st Mediation Committee meeting (explained implementation of NDPE policy, etc.)
2020.9.18Initial assessment completed
2020.12.22nd Mediation Committee meeting (provided further explanations on implementation of NDPE policy and other inquiries)
2020.12.16Parties agreed to further mediation procedures, extension of deadline
2021.6.233rd Mediation Committee meeting → an agreement was not reached
2021,11Iin response to KNCP request, the company submits its opinion on the KNCP Final Statement draft
2022.1.18KNCP Final Statement is announced
The KNCP published its Final Statement on January 13, 2022. The statement indicated that KNCP did not accept the complainants' claim, but recommended that POSCO International should continue with its current efforts to implement active environmental and social policies and communicate with stakeholders in the future. In response, POSCO International submitted a performance report to KNCP on July 29, 2022, detailing the progress of their ESG activities, including the implementation of the NDPE policy in accordance with the recommendations.