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Minister of Foreign Affairs visited YAVF’s Network Schools in Nong Khai Province

12 December 2018
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On 12 December 2018, H.E. Mr. Don Pramudwinai, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand, led a delegation to visit Anuban Nong Khai School and Chumchon Ban Thon School in Nong Khai Province. The visit is a part of the Roving Bua Kaew Project by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

On this occasion, the Minister of Foreign Affairs awarded money to support the schools’ Sufficiency Economy Philosophy projects and gave teaching and learning materials, as well as sports equipments to both schools. In addition, the Minister of Foreign Affairs also discussed and exchanged views with the schools’ executives, teachers, and student representatives on instilling a sense of social conscience, volunteerism, and a broadened perspective to children and youth. This will pave the way for them to become a high quality adult and become a vital force of the nation who follow and practice the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy and understand its linkage to the Sustainable Development Goals, which is a global agenda.

MFA Scholarship

โครงการส่งมอบรักและห่วงใยให้เยาวชนยุวทูตความดี

The Association of Spouses of Officials of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (ASOMFA): In 2021, ASOMFA, in conjunction with the Young Ambassadors of Virtue Foundation, aided 90 students in 4th – 6th grades from schools in the YAVF network by providing supply kits and scholarships. Three schools in the YAVF network in 3 provinces (Banpongbooncharoen School Phetchabun Province, Watbanmung School Phitsanulok Province, Banwangdin School Uttaradit Province) received aid and COVID-19 preventive equipment according to their needs. The material was worth 120,000 baht in total.

Giving to Fight COVID-19

Young Ambassadors of Virtue “Giving to Fight COVID-19” Project assisted schools in the YAVF network during the new COVID-19 wave in the highly restricted provinces. The Foundation handed over infrared thermometers and screening and testing equipment to Ekachai School in Samut Sakhon Province and Mukdalai School in Mukdahan Province. It also delivered survival kits to students with financial difficulties lacking educational support from Thanyasitthisin School in Pathum Thani Province.

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