Chonburi’s mobile-government project rolled into Nongyai District to bring free goods and advice to residents.
The governor said the long-running project allows provincial administrators to learn about problems at the source and hear what residents need.
The mobile counter service allowed residents to pay bills and register for services, as well as get advice on agricultural issues, OTOP products, property disputes and ways to obtain government welfare.
Along those lines, officials handed out 400 bags of free rice, dried food and household products.
Pakarathorn also suggested that the district open one or more “blue flag” shops where low-priced items can be purchased with government welfare cards.