Letter Of Appreciation From UNICEF To Mr. Trung Dung

[Bài viết Tiếng Việt ở phía dưới] Letter Of Appreciation From UNICEF To Mr. Trung Dung On Jan 10th 2018, Mr. Trung Dung - iCare Benefits Founder and Chairman received a Letter of Appreciation from Representative of UNICEF in Vietnam for his contribution as the Corporate Advisory Board’s (CAB) member.

UNICEF, Pouyuen, and iCare Benefits Launch a Breastfeeding Campaign

UNICEF and the business community launch a campaign to promote breastfeeding for female workers

Health & well-being for the global supply chain


FRIDAY 2 JUNE 2017 | 14:00 - 16:00

Prima Ballroom A, Majestic Saigon Hotel,
Ho Chi Minh City

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 to purchase the basic goods of middle-class life without falling into debt." The article's author, Brandon Kiem, helped SSIR readers to understand the life reality and needs of iCare members - workers in Southeast Asian factories making about 200-300 USD per month, often described as the Base of Pyramid (BoP) by development organizations.

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. "In the last 20 years, millions of Vietnamese people have moved from rural areas to industrial zones to become factory workers, searching for a better income and a higher quality of life. We think that this trend will continue for another 20 years.

Empowering Working Families to Build Better Lives

Singapore, January 23, 2017 /3BL Media/ – Employee-benefit programme iCare Benefits has joined the Business Call to Action (BCtA) with a commitment to provide 80 million workers worldwide with access to essential products and services by 2020. By 2019, the company aims to enable access to free education for over 32 million workers and their families through its online platform.

Healthier worker drinks more water!

“I don’t want to drink much water. I don’t want to waste time going to the restroom because it makes me miss my production targets and I will not receive a bonus. ” — a Cambodian factory worker.


Stop HPV: An inclusive vaccination program for healthy workers’ families

94% of workers participating in a survey conducted by iCare Benefits didn’t have knowledge about HPV and an overwhelming majority had never had a HPV vaccination. In partnership with Pasteur Institute, iCare Benefits has pioneered the access to HPV prevention for workers at the Base of economic Pyramid (BoP) by organizing free workshops and a vaccination program at the lowest cost. Currently iCare Benefits is scaling up the program to reach all its members and their relatives. 

Top 3 teams of Hult Prize Vietnam joined a workshop at iCare Benefits Head Office

Thursday, January 19th 2016, Ho Chi Minh City, students from Foreign Trade University, RMIT University, and Ton Duc Thang University visited iCare Benefits Head Office to learn about its business model which has been recently recognized by UNDP for its contribution to improving quality of life for factory workers and their families. "Thanks to the workshop, we have gained a more realistic view on what is a social enterprise. It's important to see how to balance profit and social impact." - shared Minh Phuong, one of the participants.

iCare Benefits recognized by UNDP as a social impact business

In November 2016, iCare Benefits was approved as a member of an initiative hosted by UNDP "Business Call to Action". The BCtA is a global initiative that aims to support private sector efforts to fight poverty through its core business; it is supported by several international organizations and hosted by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).