Phnom Penh, Cambodia on 25th June 2020: Dai-ichi Life Insurance (Cambodia) PLC. initiates a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) called “Give Blood, Save Life” in an effort to raise wider awareness of the urgent need to increase the availability of safe blood for use wherever it is needed to save life. This Campaign also encourages people to show their care for and love towards each other by donating blood whilst celebrating the International Blood Donation Day.
This Campaign was held at Dai-ichi Life Cambodia’s Head Office at Vatannac Capital and was joined by the Senior Management Team, staffs and members of the National Blood Transfusion Center (NBTC).
Mr. Allen Thai, Chief Executive Officer of Dai-ichi Life Cambodia said: “Donating blood is a sign of humanity and is probably one of the most significant contributions that one can make towards the society. By donating blood, we are gifting life to someone. On the occasion of the World Blood Donors’ Day, Dai-ichi Life Cambodia is proud to help raising awareness about the need for blood donation by mobilizing our work force to set an example to Give Blood, Save Life!”
Mr. Sann Sethvitou, Training Manager of Dai-ichi Life Cambodia said: “this is my first time to join this event in order to help and save life. I will join again next year “.
About Dai-ichi Life Insurance
Dai-ichi Life Insurance (Cambodia) PLC. (“Dai-ichi Life”) is a subsidiary of Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc. (“DLHD”) which is a leading life insurer in Japan with more than 118 years of history. DLHD is A+ rated by the S&P and is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Since its establishment in 1902, DLHD has been committed to stand by the side of our customers and their loved ones, for life, and make concerted efforts to deliver “Peace-of-mind” under our philosophy of “Customer First”. We contribute to local communities by passing on peace-of-mind through providing life insurance and related services.
* Dai-ichi Life Group has strong fundamentals, solid capital base with total assets of US$504 Billion and premium income of more than US$48 Billion. (as of March 31, 2019).