National Hospital of Paediatrics in Hanoi, 2 months since the first case of measles burst out, number of children has increased sharply, which led three to four children share the same bed while 21 patients taken care by one doctor only. Under the situation of hospital overloading, sick children from poor families seem to suffer more. According to the hospital’s Department of Social Affair, these families have been in the hospital for months and beside hospital expense, daily meals in the city burden on their shoulders.
As an action in response to the situation, on Sunday, 18th May, 2014, 210 meals were handed in to 210 families directly by Cushman & Wakefield Vietnam staffs. 210 meals corresponded to a total of 5,210,000 VND, on a voluntary basis, both offices in the either side of the country: Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city shared the corporate commitment with the society. Coming to the hospital and talking with the patients, Cushman & Wakefield in Vietnam staffs listened to their sufferings while at the same time, shared and supported the children during their difficult times.