Promoting CSR activities of participating enterprises
Publishing the Saigon Times CSR 2021 supplement
SAIGON TIMES CSR 2021 MERIT CEREMONY & Seminar “CSR and sustainable development: To go far, go together!”
Encouraging the community spirit
Establishing the CSR community
to honor and promote activities of
CSR-minded enterprises in Vietnam,
including those in the foreign-invested
and domestic private sectors
Alongside efficient business operations, Prudential Vietnam Assurance has invested significantly into social activities to contribute to the sustainable development of the community and a healthier and more prosperous life for Vietnamese people, focusing on three key pillars: Education, Safety and Health.
The INSEE factory in the Hon Chong area of Kien Luong District, Kien Giang Province, a factory of INSEE Cement Company, has installed 700 meters of water pipelines for residents of Ba Trai and Hon Trem Hamlets, Binh An Commune, as part of the company’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities aimed at improving the quality of life of households around its factory area.
Life in HCMC is gradually returning to a state of normalcy, to some extent, but the measured peace of mind in the city these days can hardly be achieved but for the generosity of the business circle. Hung Thinh Land, alongside Hung Thinh Corporation, is one among the most outstanding corporate pioneers that have unleashed their resources for the good of the community.
As a producer of instant noodle, Acecook Vietnam may be a popular name in the current Covid-19 pandemic, as residents often rush to stock up on necessities especially instant noodle. But the food processor is known not merely because of its food items abundantly supplied to the market during the tough times. Rather, it is Acecook Vietnam’s community spirit that is remembered for long.
Southern localities in particular and Vietnam in general over the past few months have grappled with the rapid spread of the Delta variant, with new infections and fatalities soaring sharply and overwhelming the health system. During the hard time, the shortfall of medical supplies has made the fight against Covid-19 more challenging.
Vietnam has undergone the most severe wave of Covid in the last few months, which has hurt numerous families and individuals badly. Since the very beginning of the outbreak, BASF Vietnam has rapidly introduced remote working options for employees and various measures to ensure the safety of colleagues, contractors, customers and distributors.
Identifying social corporate responsibility (CSR) practice as a lodestar of its operation, Herbalife Nutrition has committed to a slew of community-driven initiatives that create value and bring a better life to needy people. With a desire to bring positive impacts and healthier living to the community, the global nutrition company has helped create countless feel-good stories for both people and the planet.
Having provided poor residents in areas under lockdown with thousands of tons of rice, having built two Covid-19 treatment facilities at the Pham Ngoc Thach Hospital, having printed millions of Covid safety brochures, having established a team to transport Covid-19 patients, and having joined hands to study a Covid-19 antiviral in Israel are among the practical activities CT Group has done over the past four months to join forces with the central Government and HCMC to fight the Covid-19 pandemic.
With the “Go together to go farther” motto by Hanwha Group, Hanwha Life Vietnam Insurance Co., Ltd has conducted multiple social activities, pursuing the goal of sustainable development in Vietnam, where the company has been operating for over 12 years. In 2021, the Covid-19 pandemic has heavily hit the livelihood of local residents and the country’s economy, so Hanwha Life Vietnam has further enhanced its corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities.
More than 29 years since its establishment, Novaland Group has been employing a growth strategy that harmoniously combines business and corporate social responsibility (CSR), with an attempt to spread love and kindness to the needy and create a better community. The community spirit at the group is far-reaching, with CSR activities performed in a wide range of spheres.
Vietnam has faced many challenges and uncertainties over the past year, including the Covid-19 pandemic, economic downturn, increased unemployment rate and natural disasters. In this context, this was a year that Digiworld JSC carried out the biggest number of corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs to help the community overcome difficulties.
Covid-19 pandemic is raging in HCMC, people from all walks of life are plunging into unprecedented hardship. With the spirit of supporting the community alongside development, Phu Nhuan Jewelry Joint Stock Company (PNJ) has given Covid-19-hit residents a leg up over the adversity through a number of meaningful corporate social responsibility programs.
Considering corporate social responsibility (CSR) as one of its core values, Mirae Asset Finance Vietnam (MAFC) is not an outsider to the country’s battle against Covid-19. Since the pandemic has not only turned everything upside down, but also pushed many people into destitution, the finance company has unhesitatingly initiated community-oriented activities to support the needy, from poor people to employees and customers, to leave no one behind during the tough time.
For a better life, apart from improving economic performance, Sanofi Vietnam has always attended to societal and environmental issues to create values for the community. By integrating corporate social responsibility (CSR) into the core of its operations, the drug firm has enacted numerous pro-society initiatives and environmental protection programs to change lives.
Petrovietnam Fertilizer & Chemicals Corporation (PVFCCo), a trader and producer of fertilizer besides other chemical products for the oil and gas sector, has for long engaged itself in community activities. In the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, the company has singled out farmers and poor people as beneficiaries of its community support policies.
For NS BlueScope Vietnam, its products are essential materials for the economy, ensuring the durability and sustainability of infrastructure projects. But, when it comes to sustainability, it is the company’s business philosophy that is praiseworthy. The company has sought to contribute to the sustainable development of the community, considering corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability as core values of its ceaseless development and integrated them in the company’s business strategy.
Operating in the 3F Plus (Feed-Farm-Food) integrated food chain, GREENFEED Vietnam, since the first day of its establishment, has aimed at building a humanity brand by bringing about positive impacts on the society, especially improving the quality of women’s life and nurturing underprivileged children. The firm is doing its best to create both economic and social values.
Needless to say, the Covid-19 pandemic has upended all aspects of life. The economy in the third quarter this year has ground to a standstill, supply chains have been disrupted, numerous industries like travel and aviation have been paralized, and more painfully, tens of thousands of lives have been lost. In the grim months of the pandemic, numerous responsible corporate citizens have stepped up their efforts to jointly shoulder the burden, and the real estate developer Dat Xanh is one of them.
Publication Permit No. 41/GP-CBC issued on June 2, 2021
by the Authority of Press