Generali Vietnam representatives presents gifts to children in Buôn Ma Thuột City of Đắk Lắk Province — Photo courtesy of Generali Vietnam
HCM CITY — More than 600 parents, teachers and children exchanged experience in helping children grow to their full potential in the love of the family at workshops in the Cần Thơ City and Buôn Ma Thuột City of Đắk Lắk Province.
The workshops, entitled Sinh Con, Sinh Cha (Born Children, Born Parents), is part of the Human Safety Net, a community educational programme which is jointly implemented by the National Fund for Vietnamese Children (NFVC) and Generali Vietnam Life Insurance LLC (Generali Vietnam) since June 23.
At the workshop, participants focused discussions on topics such as how to develop children’s positive emotional intelligence through regular encouragement and motivation; handling children’s tantrum behaviours; and ensuring a safe home for children. These topics fall under the programme’s three main content groups of intelligence, behaviours and health of children aged 0 to 6 years.
“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 programme’s practical and positive values for society and provides motivation for us to pursue our ambition of becoming a “Lifetime Partner” to millions of families across Việt Nam,” said Tina Nguyễn, Generali Vietnam CEO.
From now until year end, 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 “Sinh Con, Sinh Cha” programme.
The 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 in disadvantaged communities around the world. — VNS