Along with a variety of charity activities, Babeeni also commits to collaborated with Vietnam Guardian for the Disabled People and Orphans and other organizations participating in the charity programs around the country.
On 14 August 2020, 15 scholarships worth 100 million VND (4,300 USD) each was presented to outstanding pupils in SOS village.
Babeeni to donate 2,885 USD to fund Covid-19 relief efforts In response to the national campaign to join hands in fight against Covid-19 pandemic, Babeeni Vietnam Co, Ltd has made an advocacy program to call on all managers and staff in supporting Covid-19 relief efforts.
On June 19th, The Association in Support of Vietnamese Handicapped and Orphans held a singing contest for handicapped people – very meaning contest. Mrs. Mary Duong – Director of Babeeni attended as one of the board of examiners.
From 2011 to 2019, Babeeni had continuously participant in “One heart - We Change the World” event - the annual fund-raising program of The Vietnamese Guardian Association for the Disabled People and Orphans...
We think the best way to help Yen Bai people with food relief is to donate the special fund organization. These people are battling the extreme cold, water contamination and serious danger of illness
Do employees work harder when management is interest in employee well-being? Babeeni medical examination 2018
The 2018 Babeeni Annual Medical Examination had been held on 19th May, Hai Duong Province, Vietnam, as it is an important part of maintaining occupational health and safety for our employees. The medical test is crucial for health workers because it helps determine if the employee is free from any contagious disease.
From 2011 to 2018, Babeeni had continuously participant in “One heart - We Change the World” event - the annual fund-raising program of The Vietnamese Guardian Association for the Disabled People and Orphans. The program also is a good chance for Vietnamese audiences to meet, talk, encourage and empathize with disabled people and orphans who are facing many difficulties in their life.
There are several million Vietnamese disabled people and children who living in poverty and cannot afford to have a wheelchair. The disadvantage condition has not only devastating impact on everyday life but also is the demanding challenge for their families