Thai Prime Minister joins volunteer activities at Pakkred Home for Boys

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Prime Minister Gen. Prayut Chan-o-cha.

The Prime Minister and Defense Minister, has participated in Pansuk Plukrak (sharing happiness, planting love) volunteer activities, by releasing fish and planting vegetables at Pakkred Home for Boys, while urging all children to study hard, understand history, shape the country’s future and maintain national stability.


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Before participating in the volunteer activity, Gen. Prayut listened to the boys singing a song about doing good deeds. The event was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister, Gen. Prawit Wongsuwan, and other ministers.

The Prime Minister then led the participants in a ceremony to offer blessings to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit the Queen Mother. According to the blessing, the government and the private sector have applied the guidelines of the Royal Thai Volunteers’ Doing Good Deeds for Country and People by organizing Pansuk Plukrak volunteer activities, which included doing good deeds and helping vulnerable groups, in response to Her Majesty’s royal wish and compassion towards the people.

The Prime Minister then presented bags of consumer products to representatives of the children at Pakkred Home for Boys. The Prime Minister told the boys and the participants that he was happy to meet them, as they are the future of the country.

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The government is concerned about education, and it is necessary to adjust current teaching methods in accordance with global change. However, they must understand the country’s origin and must not forget their Thai identity.

They have to do good deeds for the nation, the religion and the monarchy because they are Thai people with ancestry and revered institutions. Now, the country is in the midst of change and has to cope with the disease COVID-19. He doesn’t know when it will end, but the government is doing its best to help all people.



The Prime Minister also spoke with youngsters with speech and language impairments, observed a single-mother’s clinic model, released fish, planted vegetables and had lunch with the children. (NNT)