"Sharing is Happiness" - Creating impactful changes to the lives of the less fortunate

Hochiki Asia Pacific stands by our management philosophy and strives to become a company that is socially accountable to ourselves and the public. It is an honour to be invited by our distributor, Nhat Nam to join their charity campaign “Sharing is happiness”, allowing us to have a chance to make impactful changes to the lives of the less fortunate in Vietnam.

 

Hochiki's management philosophy -

Safety for All: To contribute to be providing safety for people

Quality & Value: To contribute to society to add value

Community Welfare: To contribute to the surrounding communities of our company to provide happiness

 

Hochiki Asia Pacific stands by our management philosophy and strives to become a company that is socially accountable to itself and the public. It is an honor to be invited by our distributor, Nhat Nam to join their charity campaign “Sharing is happiness”, allowing us to have a chance to make impactful changes to the lives of the less fortunate in Vietnam. 

 

Sharing is happiness” is a charity campaign run by Nhat Nam, this year is the fourth year they are organizing the event. Nhat Nam visited Thuong Phung – Meo Vac – Ha Giang province located in the north of Vietnam to spread love and care to the people in need. 

 

Located in a mountainous region with an area of 80% rock and harsh weather, the people living in Thuong Phung – Meo Vac – Ha Giang province face harsh living and economic conditions.

 

The objectives of this campaign were:

• Build 5 new houses

• Repair 1 house

• Build a dining room for a school

• Providing food, blankets, and essential supplies for the less fortunate

• Giving scholarships to the local students

 

Besides donating to this charity campaign, our representative from Hochiki Asia Pacific traveled to Thuong Phung – Meo Vac – Ha Giang province to join the activities. Some of the activities include joining the moon festival celebration & presenting gifts to the underprivileged children, helping the locals move into new houses, and providing essential items to them.