Seminar on children’s health and education savings attracts nearly 600 parents and children on International Children’s Day in Cambodia. Every parent’s dream is to have a healthy child with a bright future. That’s why Manulife Cambodia invited nearly 600 parents and children to attend a workshop on children’s health and education savings as part of International Children’s Day.
We also donated study materials to 300 students at Wat Kdey Primary School in a remote area of Kampong Speu Province. Many of the parents at the seminar in Phnom Penh were customers and were keen to find out more about how to prevent childhood diseases from a well-known local doctor. They also had a lot of questions for Rotha Chan, Chief Agency Officer, about how Manulife can help them save for their children’s education.
“These kinds of seminars show that Manulife cares about Cambodians and their futures and are the perfect way of connecting with customers,” says Rotha.
We host similar events throughout the year, including a quarterly Client Day and an annual Women’s Day. We invite current and prospective customers to the seminars where they can hear from health experts as well as learn how Manulife can help them achieve their dreams and aspirations.