CHON BURI,18 August 2019 – The Royal Thai Navy and the Central Juvenile and Family Court have jointly organized volunteer activities, such as growing coral reefs, picking up garbage and cleaning Toei Ngam Beach. The event has been held as part of Her Royal Highness Princess Sirivannavari Nariratana Rajakanya’s royal project.
At Toei Ngam Beach in Sattahip district of Chon Buri province, the Commander of the Royal Thai Marine Corps, VADM Ronnarong Sittinan, launched the volunteer activities as part of the Corals and Marine Animals Conservation royal project. The event was attended by the Chief Justice of the Central Juvenile and Family Court, Sittisak Wanachagit, the Associate Judge of the Central Juvenile and Family Court, Dr. Nilubol Limpongpan, military officials, leaders of local administrative organizations, public members, school and university students and representatives of the public and private sectors. Some 2,000 people gathered to grow coral reefs, pick up garbage and clean the beach.
The Royal Thai Navy and the Central Juvenile and Family Court have recognized the damage caused to the marine environment and marine life and the issue of marine debris. Both agencies organized this campaign to encourage Thai people to help protect the marine environment and its ecosystem in response to Her Royal Highness Princess Sirivannavari’s royal project.