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25 April 2022

Women Working in Mines Proves Better Concern for Gender Equality

Enjel Vallen Tuera, is one of the many female workers who work at PT Freeport's mines. The woman who has worked for the largest mining company in Papua stated that she gets a decent salary, experience, and opportunities. The woman who works as a Minigem Operator also added that she is always focused and enjoys work that is stigmatized that men dominate in this field.

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22 April 2022

PTFI Provides Fuel and Food Items to support Church Service for Kamoro Tribe Reconciliaton Sacrament

As a token of supporting the Kamoro community ‘s in doing their holy sacramental worship services in Kokonoa, PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) has made special donations in the form of fuel and food items to the church which was handed over symbolically by the Community Affairs Division Local Institutions Relations Manager, Ricardo Komul, to the Deputy Chairperson of the Kamoro Tribe Deliberative Organization (Lemasko), Dominikus Mitoro, at the office for Community Affairs in Kuala Kencana on Thursday (4/21).

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22 April 2022

Investors Respond Positively to Freeport Indonesia’s USD 3 Billion Bonds

Freeport McMoran Inc. says investors are welcoming the offer of global bonds worth USD 2 billion from PT Freeport Indonesia. According to Singapore Exchange, Freeport listed the bonds on 18 April 2022.

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19 April 2022

PT Freeport Indonesia Assists in making 3rd GKII Region 2 Conference in Central Highlands in Timika a Success

PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) has participated in making the 3rd Indonesian Gospel Tabernacle Conference (GKII) Region 2 Central Highlands, Papua, a success. The conference was held in Timika from April12 to April 15, 2022.

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19 April 2022

Freeport’s Support to Encourage Fishermen in Mimika to Maximize Marine Products

Papua is a paradise at the eastern tip of Indonesia which is rich in natural resources. One of them is marine resources where Papuan people can live by relying on it as a source of livelihood. Kamoro is one of the tribes who make fishing a job to raise their welfare.

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14 April 2022

Timika Becomes a Decentralized National Training Location

All-Indonesia Athletics Association (PB PASI) has made a breakthrough in the development of national athletic development. In collaboration with PT Freeport Indonesia, they have created a national training center or decentralized national training center for eastern Indonesia in Timika City, Mimika Regency, Papua, to facilitate monitoring, recruiting, and equitable distribution of athletes' achievements in the regions.

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09 April 2022

At 55 years, Freeport Indonesia pioneering with development and operation of world's biggest block caving Underground mine.

Upon entering the age of 55, PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) celebrated its anniversary with the theme “Dedication to The Nation”. This theme reflects its commitment to give the best from “Our House.” A house built on the values of Safety, Integrity, Commitment, Respect, and Excellence, abbreviated to SINCERE.

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09 April 2022

These are Freeport Achievements for Papua’s Economic Growth

On its 55th anniversary, PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) held an anniversary celebration in three works locations, Tembagapura, Kuala Kencana, and Jakarta, Thursday (7/4). With the theme titled, “Dedication to the Nation”, this theme reflected PTFI’s commitment to providing the best from “Our Home” that is built with SINCERE values (Safety, Integrity, Commitment, Respect, and Excellence).

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09 April 2022

Fruit as the Substitute of PTFI Gold

When PT Freeport Indonesia mine is no longer operating, the community can have income from cocoa plantations. The new source of income is sought through cooperatives.

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07 April 2022

Music Performance Held at Freeport Underground Mine Sets MURI Record

PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) was accorded recognition by the Museum of Indonesian World Records (MURI) during the company’s 55th anniversary celebration. This recognition was accorded to PTFI following a music performance held at the deepest location ever, 1,220 meters below ground level.

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