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CSR Activities

The corporate social responsibility activities
of Hyundai Motor Group are as follows

  • CHINA

    CHINA

    Hyundai Green Zone
    HYUNDAI MOTOR GROUP
    Hyundai Motor Group has conducted its Hyundai Green Zone project
    since 2008 in Chakanor to prevent desertification in China.

    Creating a Green Forest in a Desolate Desert The Hyundai Green Zone Project is a global ecological restoration project that Hyundai Motor Group has been carrying out since 2008.
    The first Hyundai Green Zone Project, which successfully transformed an alkaline salt desert into grasslands, was carried out from 2008
    through 2013 and covered 50 million square meters in Chakanor, Apakachi, Inner Mongolia, which is a leading source of yellow dust in
    China. Since 2014, we have also been conducting activities to restore the Baoshaodainao Nur, Zhenglan Qi and Haginor regions to
    grasslands. Additionally, we are working together with university students from Tianjin and Beijing, Hyundai Motor Group staff volunteer
    groups, and other participants to continue activities that prevent desertification. In recognition of these contributions to Chinese society,
    the China Academy of Social Sciences CSR Research Center has ranked Hyundai first in the automotive industry sector on its Corporate
    Social Responsibility Index for four consecutive years. In addition, Hyundai also ranked fourth on the overall corporate ranking, up one notch from last year.

    DYK Village
    KIA MOTORS CORPORATION
    DYK (Dongfeng-Yueda Kia) Village, which has been in operation since the Great Sichuan Earthquake,
    has been developing into a local community support project.

    Beyond Disaster Recovery to Self-Reliance: 153 Houses Constructed DYK Village started a new construction project for damaged houses in 2009 caused by the earthquake that occurred in Sichuan Province, southwest China. This is a key business promoted by Chinese factories, and in addition to housing construction, we are also promoting the development of local community self-reliance support projects through public facility construction and education support. As of 2018, a total of 2,149 people have participated in the construction of 153 houses and have been conducting environmental improvement activities in three villages.

    Junior Engineering Classes
    HYUNDAI MOBIS
    Hyundai Mobis is contributing to nurturing the imagination and creativity of Chinese children through the Junior Engineering
    Classes and by fostering gifted students in the science field.

    Cultivating Future Engineers Hyundai Mobis has been operating Junior Engineering Classes since 2005. The Junior Engineering Classes provides hands-on lessons
    connected with the development of new technologies, such as self-driving and hydrogen electric vehicles, which are difficult for students
    to learn about in the regular curriculum. Hyundai Mobis also runs a program called “Junior Engineering Classes at Your School” using
    mobile science buses. In addition, Hyundai Mobis has contributed to nurturing future talent in science through various programs,
    including educational support for high school students to build models of autonomous vehicles, the “Youth Engineering Leader” program,
    which provides opportunities to volunteer for the Junior Engineering Classes, and the “Junior Engineering Classes with Customers”
    program, which is held during motor shows and car exhibitions for customers’ children. In 2019, the program reached 12,940 students
    from 74 schools in Korea and abroad, and 303 Hyundai employees participated in the program by sharing their talent and knowledge.

    China Sports CSR
    HYUNDAI STEEL
    Hyundai Steel is helping Red Angels, a women’s soccer team,
    grow and show their potential.

    Supporting Chinese Women’s Soccer Club Since 2016, Hyundai Steel has utilized the capabilities of the “Red Angels” women’s soccer team to help China’s youth soccer team
    improve their soccer skills. In 2019, we invited Daepyong Middle School from China to South Korea to watch a Red Angels home game and
    prepared a variety of other activities, including a friendly match with Gajeong Girls’ Middle School in Incheon. Moreover, the youth soccer
    team participated in a soccer class run by Hyundai Steel to play soccer and build friendships. These activities contributed to the
    improvement of China’s youth soccer program.

  • INDIA

    INDIA

    Dream Village Project
    HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY
    We have supported villagers near Chennai by improving facilities for a better lives.

    Improving Village Environment for a Better Life Hyundai motor India(HMI) is setting up five model villages in the Sriperumbudur block in Tamil Nadu. HMI works to help Tamil Nadu residents by improving school facilities to fulfill the right to education for children, improving washing facilities, promoting safe hygiene practices, improving health care, and installing solar street lights. They are trying to help children, youth, particularly girls and young females, enjoy their rights. They also provide vocational training and facilitates the growth of small businesses to enable young females who have earlier been marginalized to take part in various economic operations. HMI’s Dream Viliage project helps the inhabitants claim their rights.

  • PHILIPPINES

    PHILIPPINES

    Hyundai Dream Center
    HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY
    A global social contribution project that raises self-sufficiency by providing vocational technical education aimed
    at solving educational imbalances in developing countries and creating stable jobs.

    Providing excellent vocational training opportunities Hyundai Motor Group held the opening ceremony of ’Hyundai Dream Center 5’ at Hyundai Motor Maintenance Center in the Calamba region of the Philippines in April 2018. The Hyundai Dream Center in the Philippines aims to eliminate disparities in education in developing countries and create stable jobs. In order to help local youths become professional workers, we plan to provide various means of support such as curriculum development and education using the local dealers’ network; expansion of classrooms and training rooms; and provision of dormitories, educational materials, equipment and labor costs for new lecturers. Hyundai Motor Group plans to transfer its advanced technology to developing countries and aims to establish a new ”Hyundai Dream Center Project“, which is a CSV (Create Shared Value) project that contributes to enhancing the company’s own corporate competitiveness through securing excellent services while also providing opportunities for local youths to become self-reliant.

    Sustainable Water Circulation Project
    HYUNDAI MOTOR COMPANY
    Hyundai Motor Company strives to secure safe drinking water.

    A Project to Create a Sustainable Water Recycling Village In celebration of World Water Day (March 22), the Sustainable Water Circulation Project was launched to solve drinking water and
    hygiene issues in the Philippines, which is lacking water infrastructure. An eco-friendly facility for storing and purifying rainwater was
    installed in the village of Tandang Kutyo. Currently, the facility is managed and operated with the local community, allowing villagers to
    use clean water.

    Building a Job Training Center
    HYUNDAI ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION
    Hyundai Engineering & Construction (HDEC) has provided skills training to students and has contributed to a rise the employment rate in the Philippines.

    Training Skilled Employees forthe Future of the Philippines HDEC supports educational CSR projects to raise the employment rate in the Philippines.
    In the municipality of Rodriguez, the low employment rate threatens local residents’ livelihood. Since the people of Rodriguez have very little skills at all, Hyundai E&C decided to build a job training center with KFHI (Korea Food for the Hungry International) in Rodriguez.
    Soon after, 64 students enrolled in the job training center to learn new job skills.
    In 2017, all 64 students who had trained at the center got licenses related to their newly acquired skills. Among them, 76.6% found a job right after they became certified. Meanwhile, HDEC has plans to hire employees from the job training center.

  • INDONESIA

    INDONESIA

    Installing Sanitary and Drainage Systems
    HYUNDAI ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION
    About a thousand people have benefitted from Hyundai Engineering & Construction (HDEC)’s CSR project aimed at resolving the
    fundamental problems arising from polluted water.

    Saving People from Water Pollution Indonesia, where six major construction sites are located, is the one of HDEC’s most important countries. Indonesia has fourth largest population in the world and has enjoyed average annual GDP growth of 5%. But on the other hand, the stagnation of its impoverished population has seen very little improvement.
    As a partner enterprise, HDEC has constantly considered how to forge win-win relationships in Indonesia. First, HDEC tries to understand the current situation. It turns out people of Indonesia have suffered from polluted water. So HDEC launched CSR projects in Indonesia to resolve fundamental problems so that sustainable CSR could be achieved in Indonesia.
    Because iron and lime are dissolved in rivers in the Pahae Jae district, the pollution around rivers is serious. Also, sanitary and drainage systems have not been properly installed, so sewage flowed directly into the groundwater. During the rainy season (nine months), it became much worse. Putrid odors were everywhere, and people suffered from dengue fever, malaria, diarrhea and skin disease.
    In order to solve the problem, HDEC approached Indonesia with an international NGO ‘Habitat’. HDEC has newly built 14 houses, 6 sanitary systems and has restored two systems in Pahae Jae, where HDEC’s power plant is located nearby. In addition to building houses and installing sanitary and drainage systems, HDEC has regularly provided sanitary education to help local people lead healthier lives. More than a thousand people have benefitted from the 2017 CSR project in Indonesia.

  • UZBEKISTAN

    UZBEKISTAN

    New Hope School
    HYUNDAI ENGINEERING
    New Hope School is a representative overseas social contribution activity that
    Hyundai Engineering is promoting to support education in the area near its worksite.

    New Hope School In order to join in contemplating social problems and finding solutions in the countries where it is doing business, Hyundai Engineering has been improving impoverished learning environments near its overseas business sites since 2010 to provide children with learning opportunities and to ease Educational gaps. In 2018, we constructed a multi-room equipped with electronic blackboard and air conditioning Ahmad Yasabi Village’s 33rd school, (also known as New Hope School No.7), where the village of Goryeo is situated, including 16 computer desks and chairs for education. We also donated 3,000 braille plates in Uzbekistan to learners to student in 13 blind schools. This was to encourage those with visual impairment who suffer from a lack of educational facilities. Hyundai enginnering employees also formed one-to-one connections as a systematic instrument to enable students to receive education continuously.

    Training Center
    HYUNDAI ENGINEERING
    Hyundai Engineering is contributing to stabilizing the employment market in Uzbekistan
    by establishing recruitment-linked technology training centers.

    Technical Training Center The company opened a training center for electricity / instrumentation in Turkmenistan in 2017 following its establishment of welding training centers in Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan in 2016. These CSV projects contribute to the dissemination of Korea’s advanced construction expertise and the cultivation of talented personnel to be utilized in supplying local workforce, contributing to local job training and job creation. In 2016, 50 staff completed the training courses in Uzbekistan and worked at the Hyundai Engineering construction sites. 210 staff did the same in Turkmenistan in 2016 and 2017.

  • MYANMAR

    MYANMAR

    Building a New Elementary School
    HYUNDAI ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION
    Hyundai Engineering & Construction (HDEC) has built education facilities and provided supplies for underprivileged children in Myanmar,
    enabling a few hundred students to take classes.

    New Hopes from Education HDEC has promoted CSR projects in Myanmar by building education facilities and providing supplies for underprivileged children. Children of the Thanlyin Township (Myanmar) used to study in a wooden school made of bamboo trees. The small wooden structure was prone to precipitation and the students’ grades were mixed. They couldn’t even take classes on rainy days as the raindrops would fall through the leaky ceilings. Since Myanmar experiences over 260 rainy days annually, it was hard to proceed with normal school classes and there were concerns that the school would collapse one day.
    To offer a better and safer place to study, HDEC started to renovated 2 schools in July 2017, along with International organization Plan International. The renovation schools accommodate 2,200 students. The students of Dala Township are happy to have a clean and safe school, and they can take classes arranged according to a regular curriculum suitable for their respective grades.

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