本文講的是哈拉潘項目，在社區項目方面，他們的報告還顯示，新加坡航空公司與中國合作，以提高人們對這種脆弱的結合疾病的認識。這種意識的需要是中國特有的，因為中國有更多的病例。中國已經舉辦了不同的比賽來籌集資金幫助艾滋病患者。 SIA致力於印度的可持續發展計劃。印度的主要舉措集中在幫助殘疾兒童。自2017年1月起，SIA與關注印度基金會合作，為殘疾兒童舉辦了運動會。本篇論文代寫行情文章由英國論文時Essay Times教育網整理，供大家參考閱讀。
In the case of community projects, it is also seen in their report that SIA has worked with China in order to raise awareness on the brittle bond disease. This need for awareness is specific to China, as there are more instances of the disease here. Different contests have been conducted in China to raise funds for helping people with the disease. SIA works on sustainability initiatives in India. The main initiatives in India focused on working with disabled children. As of January 2017, SIA conducted a Sports Day for disables children in collaboration with Concern India Foundation.
Special Olympics Bharat is a government agency that helped SIA to conduct this event. The process from the event went to charity. And the children themselves received participation medals. In Japan, SIA has worked with Red Cross Hospitals to meet community need in health care. The Harapan Rainforest is located in the Jambi South Sumatran provinces in the Indonesian country. SIA works on restoring the bio-diverse ecosystem within the Harapan rainforest. SIA paired up with the Ecosystem Restoration Concession ERC and also the Ministry of Forestry in Indonesia. The project does six main things.
Firstly, it introduced a Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Toll for monitoring illegal logging, fires and poaching. Secondly, it has worked with the Ministry of Forestry and the Forest Fire Management System to install early warning mechanisms in the hotspots for fire. Fire control and management became easier as a consequence. Restoration efforts are done with local community and around 4000 hectares have benefitted because of this. Fourthly, field offices are set up for direct access to biodiversity hotspots. Fifthly, community land use is managed by means of sharing information with indigenous tribes. The Baitin Sembilan is the major tribe here and more than 200 families from this tribe have agreed to use land and resources more sustainably. Finally, elephant conservation initiatives have also been taken up.