Dahua Technology has been crowned with the highest honor of “CSR Brand of 2017” for its dedicated support to the course of public welfare and well-regarded reputation at the recently held 7th China Charity Festival held in the Chinese capital Beijing.
Maintaining its commitment of “Enabling a Safer Society and Smarter Living,” Dahua attaches equal importance to both its business growth and fulfilment of its social responsibilities. Fulfilling corporate social responsibilities helps the enterprise to develop in a healthy way and sharpens its competitiveness. Amid its business growth and expansion, Dahua has created more than 12,000 jobs (as of Sep. 30th, 2017) and has made considerable contributions to boosting growth of the local economy and social stability.
Adhering to its principles of sustainable development, Dahua executes strict management and control throughout its whole business processes, including product design, component selection, manufacturing and after-sales service to help protect the environment. For this, Dahua has received a China Environmental Labeling certificate from Ministry of Environmental Protection of P.R.C. and was included in the first government procurement list for green products.
In response to government encouragement for poverty alleviation, the company has donated funds to poverty-stricken villages and supported students from impoverished families. Through its great passion for public service, Dahua has initiated various activities such as bike rides for charity, blood donations and reading to blind children, encouraging more people to participate in public service campaigns and give back to the community.
Dahua is also active globally in its CSR efforts. Burma was hit by the worst-ever flood in August 2016. Dahua Asia-Pacific subsidiary took the initiative to collect and donate relief supplies to local people, helping them through this time of hardship. In April 2017, together with its staff, Dahua Peru subsidiary was at the forefront of fighting against a severe flood disaster in a northern region of Peru.