The coronavirus (COVID-19) is disrupting the way people live and work globally. Many organizations are enacting remote working directives to ensure the safety and well-being of employees. Here at DKE, we have put into practices remote working programs and strategies that can enable employees to work productively during the disruption.As of Monday, March 23, 2020, only 12 staff are assigned to work at HITC. Staff who are required to work from home are expected to support the continuity of operations of the company by working remotely.
“Only Rice is not enough” calendar is chosen as the DK official calendar to send to partners and staff. 180 calendar were bought. One bought calendar brings 30 000 VND for the meals of children in mountainous area.
New Born Vietnam invited DK Engineering to graduation Ceremony for the second cohort of nurses who have completed the Edinburgh Napier Newborns Vietnam Specialist Neonatal Nurse Training Course and to the doctors who completed their Level 2 Neonatal Doctor Post Graduate Training.
The graduation ceremony took place amid a jubilant atmosphere as the graduates many years of academic hard work of finally paid off. The ceremony marks an important milestone where students are recognized as neonatal doctors and nurses. DK Engineering is more than honor to take part in this remarkable event thanks to Newborn.
Blue Dragon Children Foundation together with DK Engineering and partners around the world has rescued 107 victims trafficking from China. 85 children on the streets of Hanoi were offered a place to stay, The number of tertiary students receiving scholarships from Blue Dragon has now reached 100, which means that 100 young adults are supported to attain a university education, along with another 598 children in school. In one of the remotest regions of Vietnam, Blue Dragon built a boarding house and classrooms with safe, clean accommodation for primary school children of ethnic minority communities who live too far from school to travel each day.
From 21 to 24 March 2018, Mr. Klavs B. Nielsen , the Managing Director of DK, joined in the “Cycle a Difference Asian Business Ride. “ This is a 600 km fully supported ride in the spectacular landscapes of the remote northwest of Vietnam from Lao Cai to Mai Chau. On a Cycle a Difference ride, the team experience epic biking, amazing scenery, towering mountains, cascading rice terraces, the simple rhythms .
The ride devides into 4 courses:
Day 1: Lao Cai to Lai Chau – Distance 99km – Climb 3,286m
Day 2: Lai Chau to Dien Bien Phu – Distance 180km – Climb 3,204m
Day 3: Dien Bien Phu to Son La – Distance 143km – Climb 2,674m
Day 4: Son La to Mai Chau – Distance 177km – Climb 2,630m