Sentinel’s Community Engagement Strategy provides an ethical framework for engaging communities in a way that is socially and commercially beneficial for all stakeholders
Sentinel is committed to leaving positive legacies for its people and the communities in which we operate. We value opportunities to engage with communities and arrive at mutually beneficial arrangements that support the capacity development of local stakeholders while advancing shared security and economic interests.
Sentinel’s Community Engagement Strategy provides an ethical framework for engaging communities in a way that is socially and commercially beneficial for all stakeholders. Our approach does not see community engagement as something separate to our business model; rather it informs every step of our operational processes and is central to our successful delivery of projects and the sustainability of commercial operations in a community.
With experience delivering complex projects in remote regions of the Philippines, Timor and Papua New Guinea, our team can work with clients to customise solutions and broker relationships that ensure success. From project inception to delivery, community engagement informs every step of the project cycle and produces tangible, positive results for all stakeholders.
Capacity development of our staff and our local partners is our passion. We have dedicated training entities in Timor (Sentinel) and Papua New Guinea (Pacific Development & Training Institute) that provide world-class, locally contextualised training to our staff and clients.