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Prudential Vietnam carries out its Corporate Social Responsibility programmes under three key pillars: Education, Healthy Living and Community Support.

Under Education, one of our signature initiatives is the ‘Good Essay Good Handwriting’ programme. For the last 15 years it has attracted thousands of school students’ participation from Ho Chi Minh City and 13 provinces. The programme encourages young students to enhance their writing skills and personalities. In 2016, the programme attracted more than 450,000 submissions. 

In addition, Prudential Vietnam has sponsored the Vo Truong Toan Award for the past 19 years in Ho Chih city.  For the first time the award was brought to Da Nang in 2016 and presented to 20 most excellent teachers among 13,000 candidates in Da Nang city. The teachers are selected by The Department of Education & Training of Da Nang city and recognized by the People’s Committee of Da Nang.

Under Healthy Living, every year, Prudential Vietnam sponsors health check for 1,500 disadvantaged women, and operation for over 100 patients in suburban districts of Ho Chi Minh city. The programme attracts the participation of many Prudential volunteers, as well as doctors and nurses from hospitals.

Under Community Support, Prudential Vietnam has recently help relieved hundreds of households affected the heavy storm and floods in Central Vietnam in October. And On the occasion of 17th Anniversary of Prudential Vietnam, the annual Pru Volunteer – Blood Donation programme was organized in 17 provinces across the country. Six events were successfully implemented in Ho Chi Minh, Ha Noi, Da Nang, Hue, Quang Ninh and Kien Giang, and have collected 2,860 blood units. The events attracted thousands of volunteers from Prudential, universities and local departments. The programme will end in December with a target of 7,000 blood units.

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