Science and innovation are the important driving force of social development. As an innovation-driven life science company, Bayer is not only concerned with human health, animal health and plant health, and provides the most advanced life science solutions and a better life for people, but also shoulders the mission to offer science education and contributes to the field of science and education for children. In the field of education support, Bayer, as a leader in children’s science education, launched the flagship program - “Making Science Make Sense - MSMS”. It is a children education program initiated by Bayer across the world in order to popularize science and knowledge by personal experience, science exploration, employee volunteering services and public education. The program also aims to teach children scientific truth and stimulate their interest for science and thirst for knowledge by letting them personally conduct physical and chemical experiments.
Meanwhile, Bayer’s volunteers also bring children’s science education to remote rural areas. Upon the hit of earthquake at Ludian, Yunnan province, Bayer not only donated 520,000 Yuan of fund and relevant materials in support of the hit area’s reconstruction, but provided local people and students with a total of 1,500 hours of voluntary services in various forms of visit, accompanying, interactive education, and games, etc., contributing our strength to the recovery of the affected area.
（Bayer Volunteers are doing experiments with children in MSMS project）
Bayer’s volunteers also reached Arctic Village in Mohe, Heilongjiang, the northernmost and coldest village of China, to visit the students of the Central School of Arctic Town, bringing them with warmth and care. Our volunteers distribute “warm packs” among local students, and join them with science classes and games at the school’s ice rink. They also paid visits to the families of poverty-stricken students, encouraging them to learn science knowledge, finish their studies and create a happy life with knowledge and their own hands. Volunteers from Harbin have also long been concerned about sub-urban students. They visited the school and join students with flag-raising ceremony. They also held interesting games to enrich stuffy PE classes with their arrival.
（Ms. Celina Chew, the President of Bayer Greater China is sending “warm packs” to children in Mohe）
（Bayer Volunteers is playing games with children in Mohe）
（Bayer Volunteers and Children in Mohe）