iCare Benefits is a for-profit social enterprise, providing workers in developing countries a breakthrough employee benefits program at their workplace. The program enables manufacturers, social organizations, banks and service providers to serve workers at the bottom of economic pyramid, who are making only $100-500 of income monthly, and provide them the lowest total cost of access to basic life changing products and services.
VISION & MISSION
PRODUCTS & SERVICES
iCB offers products and services that span the lifecycle of household needs. iCare Benefits aims to give employees immediate access to essential products and services that will improve their quality of life and wellbeing, and enable Comfortable, Healthy, Smart, and Prosperous Living both in the workplace and at home.
Comfort Living provides access to essential home appliances and electronics that help save time on housework, allowing members to spend that time with their families or rest after long work days.
Healthy Living offers members knowledge and a high-quality selection of essential healthcare products and medical services specifically designed to address the health and well-being of workers and their most precious loved ones.
Smart Living provides access to essential educational products and services for workers and their children. Smart Living offers members a high-quality selection of physical educational materials, physical classroom style learning academy, and online content learning for both children and parents to improve the quality of their education.
WHO WE SERVE
Happy workers are productive workers. By improving quality of life for workers and their families, we help global brands and over 1,200 enterprises to gain more productive, loyal employees.
NEWS & EVENTS
05/17/2017 - 16:04
Health & well-being for the global supply chain
Join the Open Forum: "Access to Healthcare & Well-being For The Global Supply Chain" on Friday 2nd of June, 2pm in Hotel Majestic, Ho Chi Minh City.
04/19/2017 - 16:43
iCare Benefits in Stanford Social Innovation Review magazine
SSIR, the prestigious magazine published at Stanford University, which covers cross-sector solutions to global problems, presented iCare Benefits in its Spring 2017 issue. The article explains how "iCare Benefits is enabling Southeast Asian workers..
04/19/2017 - 16:26
Together For Every Child: UNICEF and iCare Benefits cooperation in 2017-2019
Ho Chi Minh City (Viet Nam), 18 April, 2017 - UNICEF and iCare Benefits have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate to improve the wellbeing of children in Viet Nam...