In November 29th, Hanwha Life Vietnam officially inaugurated a new health center at Ward 9, Tra Vinh City to bring better-quality health services to local residents. The construction of the health center was undertaken through a partnership between the Tra Vinh People’s Committee, Hanwha Life Vietnam, ChildFund Korea and ActionAid Vietnam.

The health care center is also funded nearly VND2.4 billion by Hanwha Life Vietnam. This is the fourth health care center that Hanwha Life Vietnam donated to Vietnam with an aim of improving health care condition for people living in remote areas. Previously, Hanwha Life sponsored two centers in Hoa Binh and one in Bac Can mountainous provinces.

The new facility has nine treatment rooms, providing clean, safe and private facilities for patients with a range of health conditions. The new treatment rooms include a room dedicated for obstetric and gynecological treatment, to ensure that women coming for these services can have privacy and prevent exposure to diseases for new babies.

Mr. Jong Kook Back, Chairman of Council Member cum CEO of Hanwha Life Vietnam said: "Up to now, we have sponsored four health care center construction in remote provinces to improve the healthcare conditions and quality of life for people living there.  In the future, Hanwha Life continued to carry out many CSR program with an aim to help more and more people and localities. Aside from the company’s big CSR programs, Hanwha Life Vietnam continued encouraged employees to participate into monthly CSR activities, such as blood donation, visiting elders centers, the orphans and disability schools”.

During its nearly nine years in Viet Nam, Hanwha Life has sponsored VND22 billion for many community projects to fulfill its mission of working with the Vietnamese people to plan their futures and make their dreams come true. Accordingly, Hanwha Vietnam has donated 45,677 health insurance cards to the poor and built more than 160 charity houses across the country. In addition, the company has also built four medical centres, two schools, given numerous scholarships, bicycles and held mid-autumn festivals for disadvantaged children in many localities.