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Everyone wins at 8th Eastern Special Olympics

Everyone came out a winner when UNICEF and local charity organizations came together to stage the eighth Eastern Thailand Special Olympics in Pattaya. City...

Chonburi Shelter, UNICEF update social workers on child-development projects

Chonburi Shelter and UNICEF updated Pattaya-area child-protection officials at city hall on four ongoing projects in four area sub-districts. Representatives from Pattaya and the...

Rotary releases US$35.9 million to fight polio in Africa and Asia

The continued fight to eliminate polio has been given an additional $36 million boost from Rotary in support of polio immunization activities and research...

Hilton takes part in youth development program

To cater to the growing demand amongst local youths for careers in the hospitality industry, the Hilton Pattaya joined forces with UNICEF in...

Hilton Pattaya supports youth at the Youth Career Development Program in...

Team members come together to bring stability and hope to youth in Pattaya Hilton Pattaya recently participated in the Youth Career Development Program in...

Foreign Ministry talks with international bodies on Rohingya underway

BANGKOK, Jan 23 – Thai Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials will meet with related state agencies Friday seeking practical solutions to the problem...

PM Yingluck due to join UN General Assembly in late September

BANGKOK, 4 August 2012 – The Prime Minister has responded to the invitation of UNICEF to attend the annual UN General Assembly in...

Rotary International’s “mini United Nations” brings Service above Self to Thailand

Tata Young performs the National Anthem of Thailand at the opening plenary session during the RI Convention, May 6, in Bangkok.  Thailand hosted...

UNICEF: Only 5% of Thai mothers breast feed their babies

BANGKOK, 8 May 2012  – The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) has warned powdered milk producers to change their marketing strategies as fewer...

NESDB: Facebook partly cause of teen pregnancies

BANGKOK, 28 February 2012  - According to the National Economic and Social Development Board (NESDB), the famous social networking site, facebook, has partly...

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Slow pipes leave Pattaya water trucks awash in business

With water pressure running low in many areas, water suppliers are awash in business in Pattaya. Earlier facing the threat of the worst water shortage...

HHNFT manager honored for social work

The manager of two Human Help Network Foundation Thailand centers was awarded the country’s top prize for social workers at a ceremony in Bangkok. ...

Nong Plalai kids schooled on recycling

Nong Plalai students learned the importance of recycling and how to sort their rubbish. Mayor Pinyo Homklin opened the Feb. 18 environmental event at Nongket...

American democrats living in Thailand will vote first on Super Tuesday

2020 Global Presidential Primary 3 – 10 March 2020 American citizens living in Thailand have the opportunity to help choose the Democratic nominee for US...

Mark Twain in Jomtien

A few weeks ago, I read Mark Twain’s splendid travel book again, The Innocents Abroad which was published in 1869. It was based on...