[corporate-engagement-wg] Next meeting agenda_May 19
Ha Thuy Do
Ha.DoThuy at oxfamnovib.nl
Tue May 5 05:18:38 BST 2015
For the next meeting in May 19, I would like to prose a presentation from Oxfam in either external speakers or internal presentation. I would like this chance to introduce about Oxfam’s experience and plan on gender transformative and responsible Agribusiness investment in Vietnam and in the region. We are developing specific work plan for Gender Transformative and Responsible Agribusiness Investment in South East Asia (GRAISEA) in 6 countries (Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar, Cambodia) with three objectives: i) policy advocacy (at national/ASEAN level) for gender-sensitive CSR practices; ii) gender transformative in several value chain (shrimp/fisheries/palm oil) in Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia; iii) influencing Agribusiness private sector to responsibly invest for the best interest of small scale producers and its female workers by complying with international standards (market oriented). This program also linked with several regional partners in CSR and social enterprise (CSR Asia, Shujox, Change Fusion, ..)
As I mentioned before, I would like to integrate this program to our group work plan in three years. Our group can be very effective platform for influencing both government and business sector that also fit our group strategies and objectives. The presentation could be presented by Oxfam’s Program Management Unit and Oxfam in Vietnam
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Thanks and best regards
DO THUY HA | Private Sector Program Manager
Oxfam | 22 Le Dai Hanh | Hanoi, Vietnam
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From: cewg-bounces at ngocentre.org.vn [mailto:cewg-bounces at ngocentre.org.vn] On Behalf Of Gareth Durrant
Sent: Monday, April 27, 2015 4:03 PM
To: cewg at ngocentre.org.vn
Subject: [corporate-engagement-wg] Meeting minutes, more contact info & event details
Hope you are all well. See attached for a hot-off-the-press draft copy of the minutes and below for a few updates.
Name: Marybeth Turner
Organization: US Embassy Hanoi
Contact: TurnerMK at state.gov<mailto:TurnerMK at state.gov>
Currently taking suggestions for future speakers, feedback on the article ‘Types of corporate responsibility and engagement with NGOs, an exploration of business and societal outcomes’ as well as the proposed agenda.
Our next meeting will be on the 19th of May after the public holiday. Childfund can you confirm this new date is ok?
Date: Tuesday, 19 May 2015
Time: 2:00 pm (14:00 hrs)
Venue: Child Fund Vietnam Office, Level 2, Phu Dien Building
Address: 83A Ly Thuong Kiet Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
The agenda will likely include:
1. Reflection on previous meeting and update from members
2. 1-2 External speaker(s) and a Q&A
3. 1 Internal presentation from a group member
4. Mapping (discussion paper to be circled beforehand)
5. CEWG Admin and close
links below (some old, some new);
Thanks Ms Nga from Care for the link re: The Responsible Business Forum on Food and Agriculture in Hanoi on 23/06/2015 and 24/06/2015
As Mike from The Asia Foundation pointed out there is another CSR related event The Disaster Preparedness Forum also happening in Hanoi on 2/07/2015
The folks over CSR Asia are looking to invite some smaller, more local/national companies to the event that may have experience of partnering with NGOs in either disaster preparedness and/or response. Ly from Plan said it best “the more local companies get exposed to this topic, the better engagement between NGO and private sector could be fostered” and the forum seems like a great opportunity for that. If you have companies in mind please contact Mark Leighton via email mark at helikonia.com.my<mailto:mark at helikonia.com.my>
And lastly enjoy the holiday!
Gareth Durrant– Business Development Advisor
Marie Stopes International in Vietnam
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