Italian-backed life insurer Generali Vietnam and state-owned organisation National Fund for Vietnamese Children just successfully organised two “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” (Born Children, Born Parents) workshops in Can Tho city in the Mekong Delta and Buon Ma Thuot city in Dak Lak province in the Central Highlands region.
|The workshops facilitate discussions on different parenting topics like making DIY toys with children or handling children’s minor illnesses |
The workshops provided useful parenting knowledge and gifts to over 600 local parents and children.
Specifically, more than 600 parents, kindergarten staff, and children from Thoi Lai town’s kindergarten, Xuan Thang and Truong Thang kindergartens of Thoi Lai district, Can Tho city, as well as Tu An kindergarten in Buon Ma Thuot city attended “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” workshops.
The two workshops facilitated discussions on different parenting topics: spending time making DIY toys with children to help them develop creative thinking and emotional intelligence; how to handle sibling fights; and handling children’s minor illnesses and tips for boosting their immune system.
|Apart from giving useful parenting knowledge, the workshops also bring sweet moments to local families |
Other major topics helped establish healthy routines to make children’s meals nutritious and enjoyable; controlling parenting anger and minimising domestic tensions to avoid hurting the children; and making plans to spend quality time with children.
These topics fall under the programme’s three main content groups of intelligence, behaviour, and health of children from newborns to six years.
|The devoted volunteers received thorough training about Generali Vietnam’s programmes |
At these events, Generali Vietnam handed gift sets to all participating children, programme booklets to their parents, and 60 special gifts in cash and in-kind to 60 needy families from the local communities.
Tina Nguyen, Generali Vietnam CEO, shared: “We are very happy when “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” is warmly welcomed by many local parents, children and receives great support from the local government wherever it arrives. This is testament to the program’s practical and positive values for the society and provides motivation for us to pursue our ambition of becoming “Lifetime Partner” to millions of families across Vietnam.”
Le Tuyet Mai, deputy director of the fund (NFVC), said: “We are glad to have received very positive feedback from the community for the 'Sinh Con, Sinh Cha' programme. I am confident that the collaboration between NFVC and Generali Vietnam, both of which are strongly committed to the protection and development of Vietnamese children, will help extend the reach of the programme far and wide to create positive and sustainable impacts for the society.”
|Generali donates gifts and parenting documents to local children and their families |
From now until the end of the year, at least 2,000 parents and children from newborns to six years, and about 400 kindergarten teachers and officers from cities and provinces across Vietnam are expected to benefit from the “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” local workshops. The progamme’s sitcom series has been successfully published on Generali Vietnam’s official Youtube channel garnering millions of views, interactions, and positive comments.
“Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” is part of “The Human Safety Net”, a Generali Group’s global movement initiated in 2017. The Human Safety Net’s families program supports parents in the first six years of their children’s life to lay the strongest possible foundations for their future, contributing to early childhood development (ECD) in disadvantaged communities around the world.
Generali Vietnam is a member of Generali Group, one of the largest global insurance and asset management providers from Italy.
Established in 1831, Generali is present in 50 countries, with a total premium income of about €70 billion ($82 billion) in 2019. With nearly 72,000 employees serving 61 million customers globally, Generali has a leading position in Europe and an increasingly significant presence in Asia and Latin America.
In Vietnam, after nine years of operation, Generali Vietnam currently has a nationwide network of over 60 GenCasa (agency offices) and customer service centers, serving over 300,000 clients.