Amway Korea's work in Bangladesh

Oct 09, 2009

Our colleagues in South Korea put together a great One by One program this spring that included foreign aid, brilliant photography and even international diplomacy.

In April, Amway Korea organized an overseas volunteer program in Bangladesh. Amway Korea President Park Se Joon visited Dahka, Badahra, Mirpur and Ghatail in Bangladesh with employee volunteers and staff of Good Neighbors, a Korean nonprofit organization.

During the volunteer program, they visited Mirpur and Badahra elementary schools, offering educational programs to the students. They also donated class supplies and the first science lab to Ghatail High School. In the city of Ghatail, they went on to build 30 water pumps and toilet facilities for the residents.

They also wanted to take back their impressions of Bangladesh to the Korean people. So when they returned, they held a photo exhibition, called ‘Happiness from the Smiles’ at a gallery in Seoul over the summer.

Amway invited ambassadors from the Bangladeshi, Indian, Nepalese, Pakistani and Egyptian embassies, as well as Kim Nak-Jung, the Chairman of the Korea Press Photographers Association to the exhibition.

Below are a few pictures from the exhibition.


    • AVIC KUMAR ROY says:

      how can one can make a best to develop it self by amway.

    • emon says:

      when amway come to bd .and the contact person.

    • SUJIT GHOSH says:

      Pls ensures us regarding launching Amway in BD.

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