Dow Vietnam receives AmCham Corporate Social Responsibility Award for four consecutive years

08:59 | 07/12/2018 Companies

Dow Vietnam takes pride in winning AmCham Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award recognizing Dow’s CSR best practice for four consecutive years. The prestigious award reaffirms Dow’s commitment to Vietnam’s sustainable economy and community aligning to the company’s 2025 Sustainability Goals.

“Since we entered Vietnam in 1995, we have strived not only to ensure the innovative and sustainable solutions for our customers but also to improve the well-being of community in a sustainable way by working with partners and various stakeholders. It’s our great pleasure to receive the AMCHAM CSR award this year and we will continue our CSR excellence to better a quality of life of community,” said Mr. Tomoyuki Sasama, General Director of Dow Vietnam.

U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Daniel J. Kritenbrink presented CSR Recognition Award 2018 to Dow Vietnam

Dow is embarking on the third stage of its sustainability journey with its ambitious 2025 Sustainability Goals. Through these goals, the company will collaborate with like-minded partners to maximize the economic, environmental and social value to advance the well-being of humanity. In Vietnam, those signature CSR initiatives include the following: Beach Clean-up, Dow Vietnam STEM Program, Building the Workforce of Tomorrow, Building House, Building Hope Project, Water Purification Systems Donation.

Dow Vietnam has helped to build more than 50 houses, enlighting hope of a new life for over 50 households

Mr. Adam Sitkoff, Executive Director, AmCham in Hanoi said: “Dow is one of the prominent American business with strong commitment to sustainability. The company is a good role model for the industry.”