Addressing the ceremony, Vice State President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh, who is also Chairwoman of the NFVC, applauded community activities of the AIA which has presented scholarships, bikes and insurance contracts worth VND 35 billion (USD 1.5 million) to Vietnamese needy students since 2012.
In 2018 alone, the company has provided over VND 10 billion (USD 429,315) for the fund, she said.
|Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh presents the Labour Order, third class, to the AIA Vietnam in recognition of its outstanding social and charitable activities.|
AIA Vietnam General Director Wayne Besant said the “Life Journey” program, which has been jointly launched by the fund and the company since 2014, has given more than 8,000 bikes to poor Vietnamese children.
On this occasion, Thinh presented the Labor Order, third class, to the AIA Vietnam in recognition of its outstanding social and charitable activities.
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