Coteccons introduces the internal activity DREAM UP, which takes place alongside the COTECCONS GREEN UP MARATHON event to help employees develop running habits and raise funds for poor children in the Binh Thanh district. Every kilometer of running recorded will pay the corresponding amount to the charity fund campaign for children—”DREAM UP” for those who became orphans after the COVID-19 pandemic. The program officially begins on June 10, 2022 and ends on July 31, 2022.

“DREAM UP program is a playground for both health training and sending messages and values ​​of love. Proving that, working at Coteccons must be FUN, HEALTHY and HUMANE, because we believe that every step is an extended hope for unfortunate unfinished dreams.” – shared Mr. Pham Quan Luc – Deputy General Director of Coteccons Construction Joint Stock Company.

Mr. Pham Quan Luc – Deputy General Director of Coteccons participates in the DREAM UP internal marathon with Coteccons young members

The Dream Up 2022 internal marathon has officially recorded a distance of 20,000 km and the participation of more than 200 Coteccons-Unicons athletes. In particular, Mr. Tran Phan Nhan from COTECCONS’ finance and accounting department contributed a record journey of up to 752 km.

On August 31, 2022, the Executive Board of Coteccons & Unicons Trade Union participated in the “Mid-Autumn Festival” program held for children affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic organized by the Center for Public Social Work in Ho Chi Minh City Union and Binh Thanh District Labor Confederation. The representatives of the Executive Committee of the Trade Union awarded 11 DREAM UP scholarships, hoping that the small gift would help the children have another meaningful Mid-Autumn Festival.

Representatives of the Executive Board of Coteccons Trade Union awarding scholarships to children
The Executive Board of Coteccons Trade Union also got a letter of appreciation from the Binh Thanh District Labor Confederation for excellent actions in which Coteccons participated.

DREAM UP is one of the activities in the IMPACTD sustainable development program that helps Coteccons accomplish its mission of developing sustainable values and operating ethically in the community, society, and the environment. Coteccons will endeavor to provide numerous important community events to each locality where we operate, thereby increasing the local people’s quality of life.


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On December 18, the press conference to kick off the program “Xay Tet 2024” (Build Tet 2024) was held at the Headquarters of Nhan Dan Newspaper (Hanoi) by Coteccons and Nhan Dan Newspaper.   Grateful to the vulnerable, “on whose shoulders we stand for economic development” Mr. Bolat Duisenov, Chairman of the BOD of Coteccons, started the speech with two photos capturing the working moments of workers at the construction site. The photo is beautiful thanks to the effects of sunlight, construction dust, and the majestic space, but behind it is the harsh reality that workers face every day: a heat level of up to 44 degrees Celsius radiating from the aluminum and glass surface, a height of several tens of meters where workers must hang on ropes, etc. What is even more stressful is ensuring the project progresses safely. “The picture is beautiful, but it is essentially a very hard job. They sacrifice a lot every day,” shared Mr. Bolat He called construction workers “the most vulnerable group in the construction industry value chain.” They are also the motivation for Coteccons, with the support and co-organization of Nhan Dan Newspaper, to carry out the program “Xay Tet 2024” to bring a warm and happy spring to workers. Accordingly, “Build Tet 2024″ starts from December 23, 2023, to January 2024 on construction sites across 3 regions of the country, such as Hanoi, Hung Yen, Quang Ninh, Quang Ngai, and Ho Chi Minh City. Minh, Binh Duong…, in which the

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