Contest highlighting application of the royal concept of Sufficiency Economy


BANGKOK, 13 June 2014 – The Royal Development Projects Coordinating Center of the Royal Thai Armed Forces is holding a contest aimed at encouraging people to bring the sufficiency economy philosophy of His Majesty the King into practice. The contest is held in honor of His Majesty the King on the occasion of his 87th birthday anniversary on December 5, 2014. 

Speaking at a press conference at the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters, General Wichien Sirisunthorn, Director of the coordinating center said the contest is warmly received as many people as well as public and private institutions are participating in the contest. General Wichien said the event not only constitutes a way to publicize royal development initiatives, but is also held to honor those who have successfully applied the Sufficiency Economy principle in their daily life and work.

The contest is divided into six categories such as those at organizational and community levels. The first winner in each category will receive a trophy and a 50,000 baht cash while the second and third runners-up will receive 30,000 baht and 20,000 baht respectively, together with trophies. The award presentation will be held this August to be participated by commanders-in-chief of the three armed forces.