Pattaya offering free flu shots

Wednesday, 29 May 2013 15:35
Pattaya City Hall is offering free immunization shots against seasonal and H1N1 influenza. The city’s three deputy mayors kicked off the immunization drive May 23, offering shots to more than 100 city workers.
More than 100 Pattaya school children will travel to Chantaburi June 19-21 to learn how to avoid risky situations and become better members of society.
More than 100 members of the Pattaya Women’s Development Group earned certifications in women’s rights with hopes they’ll pass on their knowledge to others in their communities.
Area officials organized a food-safety seminar to help train public-health volunteers in food-preparation sanitation. Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn presided over the April 9 workshop hosted by the Chonburi Public Health Department and the Pattaya and Banglamung governments.
Krathinglai residents pleaded with city officials to do something about the putrid odors emitted by the city’s garbage-separation station on Soi Sukhumvit 3.
Pattaya officials are considering raising enrollment limits on select city schools to help the Hand to Hand Foundation with its latest initiative to improve education for underprivileged children.
The Pattaya Social Development Office has re-launched efforts to obtain central government funding for area villages under the National Village and Urban Community Fund.

Pattaya to launch homeless sweeps twice monthly

Wednesday, 16 January 2013 15:35
City and police agencies plan to sweep Pattaya’s streets for homeless people twice a month, placing repeat offenders into shelters or deporting them.
Youngsters perform the latest dance style with their friends, the dancing sea animals, at Royal Garden Plaza.  Saturday, January 12 was once again one of their favorite days of the year - Children’s Day, and from navy ships to city halls, airports to shopping malls,...
Swedish social workers heard how Pattaya officials are working to improve the quality of life for impoverished children. Deputy Mayor Wutisak Rermkitkarn and bureaucrats from the city Social Development and Education departments welcomed representatives from the Swedish International Developmental Agency to the city hall workshop Oct....

City inspects Gaemi flood damage

Wednesday, 17 October 2012 15:27
Pattaya Social Welfare Department inspectors toured areas affected by tropical depression Gaemi, promising financial aid to families whose homes were damaged.

MCOT, Sukhothai university offer PR course

Wednesday, 10 October 2012 15:15
Thai media conglomerate MCOT plc and Sukhothai Thummathirat University teamed up to train private- and public-sector employees to become effective spokespeople.

City workers, teachers given flu shots

Wednesday, 19 September 2012 14:21
More than 250 city workers and teachers received vaccinations for the H1N1 influenza strain.

200 learn about community councils

Wednesday, 12 September 2012 16:10
More than 200 Pattaya residents and community leaders learned how they can take more control over their neighborhoods by establishing community councils.

Child-protection committee holds 1st meeting

Wednesday, 12 September 2012 16:24
Welfare officials reviewed successful examples of intervention to help homeless and endangered children as Pattaya’s Subcommittee on Children Protection held its first meeting.
The Pattaya Social Welfare Department and area businesses and organizations joined together to brighten the future of high-risk children in Naklua through art and education.
Jesters Care for Kids Charity Drive 2012 Sponsored by Glencore International and Canadian Jackalope Open On Thursday, August 16 at the Diana Garden Resort, Tony Malhotra, from the Pattaya Mail, and I held our annual press conference for the Thai media. The venue was the Diana...
Pattaya officials are trying again to have the hundreds of thousands of Thais who flock to the city for work actually register their residences here.

100 attend autism training

Wednesday, 08 August 2012 14:56
More 100 parents of autistic children, teachers and public officials learned the educational challenges of special-needs kids and how to help them develop.
Pattaya officials plan to call yet another meeting with jet ski operators to try and resolve the embarrassing, long-running stream of scams and rip-offs marring the city’s image.
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