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Announcement of the World Soil Day Award

The Royal Thai Government wishes to invite individuals, institutions, NGOs, private companies and other entities that have organised remarkable and engaging World Soil Day activities or campaigns to demonstrate the importance of soils for all to submit applications for the World Soil Day Award. The Royal Thai Government wishes to invite individuals, institutions, NGOs, private companies and other entities that ...
24/07/2018

เปิดรับสมัครเข้าชิงรางวัล World Soil Day Award ครั้งที่ 1

เปิดรับสมัครจนถึงวันที่ 31 ก.ค. 2561 รายละเอียดเพิ่มเติมสามารถดูได้ที่ http://www.fao.org/world-soil-day/world-soil-day-award/en
24/07/2018

Commemorative activities on the occasion of the Birthday Anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great, the National Day of the Kingdom of Thailand, Thailand’s Father’s Day and World Soil Day 5 December 2021

... pay respect and homage to His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great on the occasion of the Birthday Anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great, the National Day of the Kingdom of Thailand, Thailand’s Father’s Day and World Soil Day. Officials of the Team Thailand in Tokyo and their spouses also attended the ceremonies. After the flower-laying ceremony, Ambassador Singtong led officials of the Team Thailand, their spouses and Thai nationals in a merit-making ceremony dedicated ...

the article "A Legacy That Stands by the People" by Mr. Don Pramudwinai

... the end of this very challenging year of COVID-19, Thais around the world are commemorating our National Day on 5 th  December, which is also the birthday of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great, Thai Father’s Day, and World Soil Day. All these occasions remind us of how our nation has evolved this far and what institutional forces have kept such progress moving. Old friends of Thailand might be familiar with stories about the monarchy, whose dedication to nation-building ...

The Royal Thai Embassy invites you to the online celebration of the National Day of Thailand in Japan.

... online celebration of the National Day of Thailand in Japan. 5 December is not only the National Day of Thailand, but it is also regarded as the Birthday of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the Father Day, and last but not least, the World Soil Day. Watch the VDO clip on the Embassy’s YouTube @RTETOKYO at 5 December 2021 at 9.00 hours onwards. https://www.youtube.com/user/royalthaiembassy

the article " The King and the Cloud – the story behind the Royal Rainmaking Project "

The King and the Cloud – the story behind the Royal Rainmaking Project Suvat Chirapant Droughts have always prevailed in the plateau of Isan, the Thai nickname for the northeastern region of Thailand, where almost half of its population are farmers. Dependent on rainfall to sustain their crops, farmers would traditionally gather at the beginning of the wet season to shoot homemade  Bang Fai  rockets to the sky to ask the weather god to release the monsoon upon the earth. According to folklore...

World Soil Day 2020

03/12/2020

Royal Thai Embassy in Tokyo organised a reception on the Birthday Anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, National Day of the Kingdom of Thailand, and Father’s Day 2019

... reception. On this occasion, Ambassador Sington Lapisetapun delivered his welcome remarks by explaining how the day 5 December is one of the most significant days of Thai people including the reason that the day was chosen by United Nations as “World Soil Day” to recognised in memory and with respect to His Late Majesty’s work dedicating for the sustainable management of soil resources. Afterwards, H.E. Ms. Masako Mori, Minister of Justice proposed a toast for His Majesty King Rama X and the ...
05/12/2019

His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej

... benefit. In developing the country, His Majesty has adhered to the natural principle, in which people employ natural resources available in each locality. The results are very satisfactory, for example, growing vetiver grass to prevent the erosion of top soil, as well as to conserve soil and water; improving deteriorated soil for natural farming; refores tation without planting; building check dams in the forests to conserve watershed areas; and using water hyacinth to solve the problem of polluted water....
07/08/2009
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