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Labour Minister Assigns Advisor to Lead Five Labour Leaders in Community Training Program to Strengthen the Grassroot Economy

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         On November 21, 2022, the Labour Minister, Mr. Suchart Chomklin, assigned the Labour Minister’s Advisor, Mrs. Thiwalrat Angkinan, to preside over the opening ceremony of vocational training under the occupational alleviation project in skill development for community technicians in tiling. The initiative is part of efforts to develop and strengthen the community’s grassroots economy project, for 2022, for the fifth batch. Heads of government agencies under the Ministry of Labour in Phetchaburi Province, village headmen, community leaders, and local administrative organizations in the area joined to welcome the visiting committee at Yod Khiri Sri Wanaram Monastery, Moo 4, Huai Tha Chang Subdistrict., Khao Yoi District, Phetchaburi Province.
         Mrs. Thiwalrat said that the government under the leadership of the Prime Minister and Minister of Defence General Prayuth Chan-ocha, the Ministry of Labour under the leadership of the Deputy Prime Minister General Prawit Wongsuwan, and the Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin, emphasizes developing vocational skills for informal and returning workers to be able to pursue a career that is suitable for the needs of the community. It also supports them in growing their career, raising their income, and driving the grassroots economy.
         Mrs. Thiwalrat continued that today, the Labour Minister, Mr. Suchart Chomklin assigned her to visit and encourage the training attendees. The Phetchaburi Provincial Labour Office surveyed the needs of people suffering from occupational difficulties and those affected by the economic crisis in Phetchaburi Province. The inputs would be used in a project to provide occupational alleviation under the ‘Development and Strengthening the Grassroots Economy 2022’ project to help people become self-reliant, expand their careers, and support new careers in the future, as well as being able to help each other in the local community. In addition, public benefits could be maintained for sustainable use, benefiting a total of 3,170 people in the area.
         “I would like everyone who participated in the training to concentrate on gaining knowledge and experience to create jobs, generate income, as well as upgrade skills for community members to have the potential to participate in activities economically to drive the community’s grassroots economy and to create jobs and generate income to meet the needs of the people in the area as well,” concluded Mrs. Thiwalrat.


Division of Public Relations
21 November 2022