On October 23, 2018, Eisai China Inc. was invited to attend the “Health to Countryside” activity held in Duyun City, Qiannan Autonomous Prefecture, Guizhou Province by the National Committee for Education, Science, Culture, Health and Sports of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), and donated medicines worth RMB510,000 yuan to the local health commission. Eisai China acts in accordance with the corporate philosophy of human health care (hhc) and practices social responsibilities all along, donating medicines worth RMB450,000, RMB490,000, RMB500,000, RMB540,000 and RMB510,000 respectively to this project from the year 2014 to 2018, with the total worth of medicines reaching up to approximately RMB2.5 million yuan.
The Honorary Credential Granted to Eisai China Inc.
To implement the spirit of relevant documents of the State Council, the National Committee for Education, Science, Culture, Health and Sports of CPPCC organized, along with Chinese Pharmaceutical Association, Chinese Medical Association, and Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences this “Health to Countryside” activity in Qiannan Autonomous Prefecture, Guizhou Province. “Health to Countryside” is an important and traditional activity carried out by the National Committee for Education, Science, Culture, Health and Sports of CPPCC every year, implementing CPPCC’s articles. This activity not only delivers doctors, medicines, concepts, technologies and management to the grassroots, but also narrows the distance between the committee members, the experts and the masses.
Eisai China recommends that all of its employees spend about 1% of their business time every year with patients practicing the hhc philosophy, for the simple fact that only having the empathy with patients’ feelings and pains can Eisai provide better service as well as products in need to earn the trust from patients and their families. Eisai China will, led by its Chairman Mr. Norio Kaneko and the President Ms. Yanhui Feng, constantly contribute to the medical and health service in poor areas by engaging the “Health to Countryside” activity.