We are aware of the impact our activities have on the regions where we operate, and we carry out projects with and for the communities to improve their livelihood in the long term.
Based on our long experience in tropical and remote areas, we strive to adapt to the specific contexts of the countries and regions where we work by creating long-term relationships with local communities. We want our projects to promote respect for the rights of communities, especially indigenous populations, to improve dialogue and contribute to their general well-being.
More specifically, we help supply villages with energy and water, support education for young people and promote access to health care in remote areas.
In our Responsible Care Policy, we have formalized our approach with a firm commitment to respect the rights of communities in all our operations and supply chains.
RSPO Secretariat and the Impact and Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation (IMEL) team visited Socfindo Conservation
The member of RSPO Secretariat and the Impact and Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation (IMEL) team visited Socfindo. The purpose of the visit is to understand how existing data needed in the metrics template are being collected on the ground and to understand the...
Congratulations to the latest graduates from Socfin Cambodia’s tapping school in the plantation of Coviphama! After successfully completing their one-month training they will join their new colleagues from the tapping teams on the field. Do you also want to join our...
The Socfindo Conservation team held a workshop to improve their knowledge and skills in tea blending techniques for various herbal tea.