this promise guarantees that
Ngoc Ha Jade river
True Panga is always
AWARDS And CERTIFICATeS
Welcome to our green Home!
Our farm are away from any trouble coming through household waste or any other pollutants transported into the farming sites. In Ben Tre there is no major polluting industry – only rice and fruit farming, gardening and some poultry breeding near the populated areas but there we never farm our fish.
First of all a little information about the social structure of My Tho and Ben Tre …
Mỹ Tho is the capital city, center of economics, education and technology of Tiền Giang Province, located in the Mekong Delta region of South Vietnam. It has a population of approximately 250,000.
The majority ethnic group is the Kinh, the Cham and the Khmer. Boat rides on the Mỹ Tho River are popular with tourists, and the city is known for hủ tiếu Mỹ Tho, a type of soup.
Ben Tre is the capital of eponymous Ben Tre Province 2,321.6 square-km in southern Vietnam. Although only a 20 min ferry-ride away from bustling My Tho, this seems to be barrier enough to give the town a genuine backwater feeling. Ben Tre has a friendly population of about 1.3 Million Inhabitants – mostly Farmers.
Ben Tre Province provides some of the most beautiful scenery in the Mekong Delta.The milk coffee colored waters wind their way along small channels lined with water palms, thatch and bamboo houses are nestled in the lush orchards. The famous Vietnamese poet Nguyen Dinh Chieu was born in Ben Tre Province.
The province, is made up of three main islands wedged between the Tien Giang River to the north and to Co Chien River to the south with the Ham Luong River runningstraight down the centre. All are effectively offshoots of the Mekong River as it splits out into many fingers before spilling out into the Southern Sea.
Famous for its coconut desserts, the province is suitably covered in coconut trees. Verdant and flat, the province is mostly given over to rice and fruit cultivation, though being an island province, fishing is another mainstay of the local economy.
Famed for its fruit orchards and coconut groves (Vietnamese also call it the “coconut island”) traditional Mekong life is the norm here and it’s a very unadulterated scene – wandering the market, sipping the coffee, doing a boat trip and skipping through thelocal museum are the main pastimes.
to our workers and our home
We at Ngoc Ha Jade River take the social commitment to our workers and our home in My Tho and Ben Tre community very serious. We employ some 1000 Workers in our Factory Premises and some 100 workers and their Families help us with our Farming Operations.
They all are contracted and enjoy all social benefits of fixed labor and employment, i.e. we insure them for times of sickness and pay into a Pension Fund that they are served from when they retire. Every day our Workers labor in two shifts at our Factory and we serve them with two wholesome home-cooked meals a day in our cozy Canteen on the Factory Grounds.
We also follow all safety standards used in Factory premises and on our Farms that accidents hardly every occur. But in case we have our own medical service to care for problems immediately.
Our Factory and Farms are an important source of income for many families in our community as often they work all together – some on small crofters growing Fruit, Coconuts or Vegetables and some members of the Family work with us. So we are a true part of their lives like our Panga.
We also run some charity projects for this reason like passing our Rice and Support for Families of Disabled and Orphanages in our surroundings. We also invite old people of our community to join us regularly for a nice meal and we give them handouts to make their life easier.
We love our green home in the Mekong Delta and we are grateful for the Bounty it gives us every day – good Neighborhood and our True Panga.