Generali Vietnam presents gifts to 200 disadvantaged kids and 30 special gifts in cash to 30 needy families from the local communities in Bắc Giang Province. — Photo courtesy of Generali Vietnam
BẮC GIANG — More than 500 teachers, parents and children exchanged skills and experience in helping children grow to their full potential in the love of the family at a workshop in Tân Mỹ Kindergarten, Tân Mỹ Commune, Bắc Giang Province.
The workshop, entitled the Human Safety Net’s Sinh Con, Sinh Cha (Born Children, Born Parents), is a community educational programme jointly implemented by the National Fund for Vietnamese Children (NFVC) and Generali Vietnam Life Insurance LLC (Generali Vietnam).
The workshop discussed topics on intelligence, behaviours and health of children aged 0 – 6 years. Participants also focused in-depth discussions on topics such as protecting children against mental abuse, setting a good example for children, child force-feeding; early child education such as teaching young kids about the value of money and hard work via selected topics from the programme’s sitcom series facilitated by Artist Xuân Bắc – NFVC’s Goodwill Ambassador.
“The Sinh Con, Sinh Cha workshop takes place on the occasion of the National Action Month for Children and Vietnamese Family Day, which aims to promote the messages of child protection and childcare as well as the values of family relations. We believe that Generali’s strategy of “'Becoming a Lifetime Partner' to millions of Vietnamese families will be realised through this meaningful community programme,” said Generali Vietnam CEO Tina Nguyễn.
“Sinh Con, Sinh Cha is a meaningful project that can have positive impacts on child development. We highly recognise Generali Vietnam’s support and co-operation in organising child support initiatives, including Sinh Con, Sinh Cha as well as other scholarship and gift-giving programmes targeted at disadvantaged children in Việt Nam,” said Deputy Head of the National Assembly’s Committee on Social Affairs Lê Thị Nguyệt.
At the event, Generali Vietnam also presented gifts to 200 disadvantaged kids and 30 special gifts in cash to 30 needy families from the local communities.
From now until the end of the year, at least 2,000 parents and children aged 0 – 6 years, and about 400 kindergarten teachers and officers from cities and provinces across Việt Nam are expected to benefit from the programme. In addition, the programme targets to reach millions more via digital platforms.
Sinh Con, Sinh Cha programme is part of “The Human Safety Net”, a Generali Group’s global movement initiated in 2017. The Human Safety Net’s families programme 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. — VNS