Lufthansa crew visits CPDC, told more aid needed

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Lufthansa Airlines staff receive a warm welcome at the Child Protection Development Center during their visit to see how an agricultural project they funded was proceeding.
Lufthansa Airlines staff receive a warm welcome at the Child Protection Development Center during their visit to see how an agricultural project they funded was proceeding.

Cabin crew and a pilot from Lufthansa Airlines checked in on the Child Protection Development Center to see how an agricultural project funded by the carrier was proceeding.

Human Help Network Foundation Thailand Director Radchada Chomjinda welcomed pilot Benjamin Fischer and flight attendants to the 360-sq.-meter plot in Huay Yai that is home to two fish ponds stocked with 50,000 Jullien’s golden-price carp, 40 chickens, 40 ducks, seven pigs and more than 100,000 crickets.

Radchada said the project had proceeded well but still needed more support for animal husbandry, animal feed, plants and seeds.

She said the project helps kids develop skills and keeps them out of trouble during their free time.

The children, perhaps dreaming of flying, have fun trying on some of the Lufthansa uniforms.
The children, perhaps dreaming of flying, have fun trying on some of the Lufthansa uniforms.
A Lufthansa co-pilot mingles with the appreciative children while checking out the ham on hooves in the facility’s pig pen.
A Lufthansa co-pilot mingles with the appreciative children while checking out the ham on hooves in the facility’s pig pen.
HHNFT Asst. Director Siromet Akjrapongpanich explains how they manage the project’s agricultural farm.
HHNFT Asst. Director Siromet Akjrapongpanich explains how they manage the project’s agricultural farm.
HHNFT Director Radchada Chomjinda and children present bags and hats the children made for their Lufthansa guests to take home as souvenirs.
HHNFT Director Radchada Chomjinda and children present bags and hats the children made for their Lufthansa guests to take home as souvenirs.