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MOL Joins Forces with the People’s Station” Program, the Thai PBS Foundation, and the Private Sector Sending a Stream of Kindness to Give Warmth to Rural Areas in Kanchanaburi

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          On December 11, 2022, the Labour Minister, Mr. Suchart Chomklin, assigned the Ministry of Labour’s Spokesperson (on Politics), Mrs. Thienrat Navamawat, to join the “People’s Station” program and the Thai PBS Foundation to donate necessary goods supported by the private sector and enterprises, including blankets, sweaters, school uniforms, stationery, school supplies, sports equipment, and consumer goods, to give to students and villagers suffering from the cold in remote areas. The initiative was under the “Giving Warmth, Love, and Care, for 2022” project to promote opportunities and social equality, especially creating opportunities for students and people in remote areas to receive thorough care and have a good quality of life. The occasion took place at the Peang Luang School 3 (E-Tong Mining House), Pilok Subdistrict, Thong Pha Phum District, Kanchanaburi Province. Thai PBS Foundation representative Ms. Pornwipha Manator, the Graphics Manager of the Television and Radio Bureau, Mr. Wasan Wachirachai, the Deputy District Chief of Thong Pha Phum, directors, teachers, students and parents of Peang Luang 3 School, in honour of Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya Sirivadhana Barnavadi, Phra That Bo Ong Branch and Ban Mai Rai Pa Classroom branch, agencies under the Ministry of Labour in Kanchanaburi Province, representatives from the public and private sectors, and relevant agencies, gave a welcome.

          Mrs. Thienrat said that for this project, the Ministry of Labour joined the “People’s Station” program on Thai PBS television for 13 consecutive years; this occasion was the 14th year. Today, she was assigned by the Labour Minister, Mr. Suchart Chomklin, together with agencies under the Ministry of Labour in Kanchanaburi Province, consisting of the Provincial Labour Office, the Provincial Employment Office, the Director of the Provincial Office of Skill Development, the Provincial Labour Protection and Welfare Office, and the Provincial Social Security Office, to deliver that goods supported by the private sector. The donations were given to students at Peang Luang 3 School (E-Tong Mining House) in honour of Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya Sirivadhana Barnavadi, Phra That Bo Ong Branch. There are 200 students, eight teachers and staff, 500 households, and 1,500 villagers, most of whom are parents of students who work in rice farming, rubber plantation, rubber tapping, fishing, fish farming, and general labour.

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Division of Public Relations
11 December 2022

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