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|Generali Vietnam’s staff have been instrumental in mobilising support packages|
The comprehensive disaster relief plan offers immediate, practical, and sustainable support to thousands of disadvantaged families seriously impacted by the recent flooding in 35 districts of the central provinces of Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, Quang Tri, Thua Thien-Hue, Quang Nam, and Quang Ngai, as well as Danang.
The funding for the programme comes from the GenCare charity fund contributed by Generali Vietnam staff, agents, and the company in general.
The programme itself consists of wide-ranging major activities under which the Italian-backed insurer will partner with the National Fund for Vietnamese Children to directly deliver donations in cash and in-kind to over 1,000 disadvantaged families in the affected provinces. The company’s donations include cash, food and non-food necessities, clothes, school furniture and supplies, and water filters, among others.
Generali Vietnam will also partner with Hue Central Hospital to provide free-of-charge health checks and medicines to approximately 7,500 people exposed to health risks caused by recent flooding in Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, Quang Tri, Thua Thien-Hue, and Quang Nam.
In addition, the company will sponsor a UNICEF programme providing support to children and women in Central Vietnam who are suffering from severe stress, anxiety, and mental trauma due to the loss of their parents and loved ones in the disaster.
|Merited Artist Xuan Bac, NFVC’s Goodwill Ambassador, joined “Standing Side By Side With Central Vietnam” to deliver support packages to 50 disadvantaged families in Hoa Vang District, Da Nang City|
|Hundreds of Generali Vietnam’s staff and agents also volunteered to support various emergency relief activities|
Generali Vietnam will sponsor the construction of 10 flood-proof houses in Quang Binh, Quang Tri, Thua Thien-Hue, and Quang Nam through a project by the Foundation for Supporting and Development of Sustainable Living Community.
“I am deeply touched by the compassion, kindness, and generosity of Generali Vietnam’s staff and agents. Such collective efforts and joint commitment have enabled our comprehensive relief programme to help our countrymen in Central Vietnam overcome difficulties and rebuild their lives,” said Generali Vietnam’s CEO Tina Nguyen. “This has demonstrated Generali’s ‘reditude’ spirit, which is all about being caring (heart), empathetic (soul), and passionate (pulse). Reditude, along with our concrete actions, reaffirms our commitment to becoming a lifetime partner to millions of Vietnamese families.”
In 2020, apart from the disaster relief programme, Generali Vietnam has been successfully implementing other meaningful community initiatives such as the unique parenting education programme entitled Born Children, Born Parents; the scholarship programme Your Companion to School; fundraising activities supporting the COVID-19 emergency; and a raft of other charity activities targeting the underprivileged across the country.
In recognition of the company’s positive and sustainable contributions to society, Generali Vietnam has been awarded a Saigon Times CSR 2020 certification, honouring companies with outstanding community initiatives.
Elsewhere, Generali Group was confirmed in the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index and in the Dow Jones Sustainability Europe Index – a recognition of excellence for the approach taken by the group to integrate sustainability within its core business, in which its community initiatives play an important part.
In Vietnam, after nine years of operation, Generali Vietnam currently has a nationwide network of over 60 agency offices and customer service centres, serving over 300,000 clients.
Generali Vietnam takes pride in its strong focus on improving customer experience and has received a slew of awards in recent years, including 2017 and 2018’s Best Customer Service and 2018’s Most Innovative Insurance Company by International Finance Magazine; the Excellent Brand award by the Vietnam Enterprise Development Science Union in 2017; and 2017 and 2018 Golden Dragon by Vietnam Economic Times.