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สมาคม Japan Association of Second-life Service (JASS) เยือนสถานเอกอัครราชทูตฯ

เมื่อวันที่ 6 พฤศจิกายน 2562 สมาคม Japan Association of Second-life Service (JASS) ซึ่งเป็นสมาคมสนับสนุนผู้สูงอายุที่หลังเกษียณที่มีความสนใจเรื่องการใช้ชีวิตหลังเกษียณอย่างมีความหมาย ...
06/11/2019

Members of the Japan Association of Second-life Service (JASS) visited the embassy

On 6 November 2019, Japan Association of Second-life Service (JASS) which is the association for retired people who are interested in the meaningful life after retirement visited the embassy. On this occasion, they listened to the briefing about tourism by the Tourist Authority of Thailand, the Ambassador ...
06/11/2019

The Princess of Humanity

... of projects, including mobile dentistry, eye surgery, and assistance to disabled persons. Lausanne had been the Princess’s second home for over 50 years. She decided to reside in Thailand permanently when she was almost 90 years old. Doi Tung in northern ... ... became involved in the development of Doi Tung. It was well known internationally for its mission to elevate the quality of life for locals and to help them achieve sustainable livelihoods. The Foundation is recognised by the United Nations Office on ...
03/12/2021

A Legacy That Stands by the People

... as the Thai Hill Crafts Foundation to create livelihoods and generate income for ethnic minorities in Northern Thailand. The second is the Princess Mother’s Medical Volunteer Foundation, established in 1974, the year I joined the Ministry of Foreign ... ... of the people. Thai people are more self-dependent, better educated, and have access to opportunities for better prospects in life. In the fast-changing world where human touch seems to be dominated by virtual interactions, many people have forgotten ...
03/12/2021

The SEP for SDGs Partnership in Action

... unprecedented scale of social and economic disruption, an existential threat to many businesses as well as massive changes in ways of life as we know it. The pandemic has caught us off guard. It exposes not only the fragility of our existing world system, but ... ... world. The projects are conducted through two main types. The first one is the establishment of SEP learning centers, while the second one is the development of SEP-sustainable communities. Each project type utilizes development models, experiences and success ...
SDGs SEP
21/06/2021

The gift that keeps on giving: Food security and sustainable livelihoods

... fish was named Mahidol Goby Fish in honor of Prince Mahidol Adulyadej, the Father of King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great; and second, the species was first discovered and named in 1953 by Dr. Hugh McCormick Smith, a leading ichthyologist who was engaged ... ... artificial trays that mimic the conditions of the parent fish’s mouth, thereby reducing the rate of mutation and premature loss of life naturally associated with divergence from the natural mouth-brooding process. Thanks to this technique, Nile tilapia can ...
21/07/2021

A Philosophy that Empowers from Within

... first principle is moderation, which means producing and consuming within one’s capacity, and avoiding overindulgence. The second one is reasonableness, or the use of our mental faculties to assess the causes and consequences of actions on our well-being,... ... the concept to be applied in any environment and level. However, sufficiency economy does not mean we have to be complacent in life. We can consider going beyond our basic needs as long as it does not exceed our existing means and capacity. The essence ...
03/12/2021

The gift that keeps on giving: Thailand’s scaly quest for food security and sustainable livelihood

... was named “Mahidol Goby Fish” in honour of Prince Mahidol Adulyadej, the Father of King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great; and, secondly, the species was first discovered and named in 1953 by Dr. Hugh McCormick Smith, a leading ichthyologist, who was engaged ... ... artificial trays that mimic the conditions of the parent fish’s mouth, thereby reducing the rate of mutation and premature loss of life naturally associated with natural mouth brooding process. Thanks to this technique, Nile tilapia can nowadays be mass produced ...
20/08/2021

The gift that keeps on giving: Thailand’s scaly quest for food security and sustainable livelihood

... was named “Mahidol Goby Fish” in honour of Prince Mahidol Adulyadej, the Father of King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great; and, secondly, the species was first discovered and named in 1953 by Dr. Hugh McCormick Smith, a leading ichthyologist, who was engaged ... ... artificial trays that mimic the conditions of the parent fish’s mouth, thereby reducing the rate of mutation and premature loss of life naturally associated with natural mouthbrooding process. Thanks to this technique, Nile tilapia can nowadays be mass produced ...
20/08/2021
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