The campaign aims to build and renovate a branch school of Son Ca kindergarten in the central province of Quang Tri’s Mo O commune, Dkrong district.
Generali Vietnam has also implemented various other community initiatives to contribute to the care, education, and development of Vietnamese children.
|The “Health for Us – School for Kids” campaign, which has been launched on June 1, is part of Generali Group’s The Human Safety Net Global Challenge 2023 happening in 24 countries
The “Health for Us – School for Kids” campaign, launched on June 1, is part of Generali Group’s The Human Safety Net Global Challenge 2023 spanning in 24 countries.
In Vietnam, the campaign has received tremendous support and participation from Generali’s staff and agents, as well as their friends, families, and the wider community.
The campaign sets dual objectives: fundraising valued $21,730 to build the school via sports challenges and encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle for participants.
All funds raised will be transferred to the NFVC to implement the building of a new, safe, clean and well-equipped branch school of Son Ca Kindergarten in Mo O commune of Dkrong district in Quang Tri province.
The school benefits 75 vulnerable Van Kieu children aged from 2 to 5. This is the third year in a row Generali Vietnam has collaborated with the NFVC to raise funds to support disadvantaged children via The Human Safety Net’s Global Challenge initiative.
|The campaign sets dual objectives: fundraising valued $21,730 to build the school via sports challenges and encouraging a healthy and active lifestyle for participants
Also in June, Generali Vietnam, the NFVC, The National Fund for Vietnamese Children in Dien Bien and the People's Committee of Dien Bien Dong district completed the building of a new kitchen at Ban Mai Kindergarten, Xa Dung commune, Dien Bien Dong district, Dien Bien province for 83 disadvantaged children aged from 3-6.
Funding of the project comes from Generali Vietnam’s annual fundraising programme organised at the beginning of this year.
“We are pleased to be able to have such construction projects quickly accomplished and put into operation for needy kids,” said Dinh Tien Hai, director of the NFVC. “We are very impressed with Generali’s various children projects not only because of their innovative approaches but also the high level of engagement and involvement of their staff and agents. We look forward to enhancing our longstanding and trusted partnership to meet our mutual goal of promoting the care, protection and education of Vietnamese children.”
Generali Vietnam’s community activities in the Month of Action for Children 2023 also include the reignition of the parenting programme “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” across cities and provinces of Vietnam.
The most recent workshop in Dong Anh, Hanoi benefited nearly 700 parents, children, as well as teachers and staff of Tuoi Tho and Uy No kindergartens discussing popular parenting topics such as early education for children with the example of learning about money, handling children’s tantrums, and protecting children against physical and psychological abuse.
“Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” will arrive in Quang Ngai for the first time by the end of June and other provinces in the second half of the year.
In addition, Generali Vietnam also organised various engaging activities as part of the “Song Nhu Y” campaign, such as the Family Day programme for children and families in three big cities and remote areas of six localities across the country.
Aiming to help adults and children celebrate and appreciate precious childhood memories, the campaign distributes gifts and organises engaging activities such as reading, colouring, archery, watching plays, and donating books, comics, and stationery.
|Vinay Dhareshwar, acting CEO of Generali Vietnam and the leadership team enthusiastically participate in the campaign
Vinay Dhareshwar, acting CEO of Generali Vietnam said “Generali Vietnam's strategic community agenda has always been developed on the foundation of the practicality and essentiality of the project to our target group; the sustainability of positive impacts, the engagement of Generali staff, agents and the broader community at large; as well as the innovation and effectiveness of project execution."
“The extensive reach and enthusiastic support of our community programmes is a strong testament to our strategic direction, our people’s unity, creativity, their loving and caring hearts and most importantly, the valuable public trust in Generali Vietnam. This greatly motivates us to commit to our ambition of becoming ‘Lifetime Partner’ to millions of Vietnamese families,” Dhareshwar said.
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