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Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visits Tea Oil Plantation Project at Pang Mahan village, Mae Fah Luang district, Chiang Rai province

 

On 17 February, 2017, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visited Tea Oil Plantation Project at Pang Mahan village, Mae Fah Luang district, Chiang Rai province to follow up on the work progress. This project is operated by the Chaipattana Foundation together with the Mae Fah Luang Foundation under the Royal Patronage. This project is an initiative of Her Royal Highness aiming to conduct a research study on tea oil plantation in Thailand. The project plays an important part in forest conservation and helps the local people to earn more income.

 

 

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Visits the Chaipattana’s Projects in Chiang Rai Province

On 15 February, 2017, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn traveled to follow up on the activities of the Chaipattana Foundation’s Bengal Goat Domestication Project in Chiang Rai province. Her Royal Highness gave a command to Mae Fah Luang Foundation under Royal Patronage and Chaipattana Foundation to breed Bengal goats and distribute them to local people. On this occasion, Her Royal Highness assigned the Chaipattana Foundation to cooperate with the Faculty of Animal Science and Technology, Maejo University, in order to conduct a research on pure breed Bengal goats. Her Royal Highness also asked for the production of hybrid goats which can produce meat and milk and can adjust well to the environment. The research has been conducted to produce the tri-breed goats from Saanen goat and local hybrid Saanen.

Afterward, Her Royal Highness proceeded to the 37th Military Circle, Mengrai Fort in Chiang Rai province to visit the pilot Bengal Goat Domestication Project. This project aims at breeding high and profitable quality Bengal goats to be distributed to the local people. Mengrai Fort has also introduced the project to local people and suggested them to bring their own local goats to breed with Bengal goats in order to produce hybrid local black Bengal goats. In this way, the local people can have good quality breeder goats.

 

Later, Her Royal Highness proceeded to the Prince Chakrabandh Pensiri Center for Plant Development in Mae Sai district. The Chaipattana Foundation has applied for the registration of two new types of crops developed by Prince Chakrabandh Pensiri Center and Maejo University. On this occasion, On February 10, 2016, Her Royal Highness graciously named these crops “Thepparat Yellow Green Pea 1” and “Chakrabandh Jade Small Eggplant”. On this occasion, Her Royal Highness also witnessed different seed plots. The first plot contains the royally-granted seeds, the second plot grows the seeds that Her Royal Highness brought from overseas and the third plot contains the safe vegetables that are also sold and used as ingredients in the dishes served at Jan Ka Pak café and restaurant under the Prince Chakraband Pensiri Center for Plant Development.

On this occasion, Her Royal Highness visited the royally-granted jasmine rice production community “Friends for Friends” at Chang Island district. At the present, there are 28 members who own 359 rai, 3 ngan plantation area from South San Luang Village and Ban San Boonruang. The Chaipattana Foundation aims to produce and preserve good quality rice for the Thai people in every region.

Afterward, Her Royal Highness visited the Tea Oil and Plant Oils Development Center in Mae Sai district, Chiang Rai province to follow up on the work progress. In the year 2016, the production of tea seeds is equivalent to 61,372.7 kilograms which can produce tea oil in the amount of more than 115,343.18 liters. Moreover, the center can produce the Niger seed oil, Britton seed oil, Moringa seed oil and the Trio-Omega 3 6 9 oil which is the combination of the tea seed oil, Britton seed oil and Niger seed oil. The aim is to provide the Thai people more alternatives of healthy consumption products. The Center has developed two new products which are tea seed oil capsule and hair tonic, and has coordinated with the National Food Institute, Ministry of Industry, to establish the hazardous control system and risk control point (HACCP) which are the food safety management system. The control system helps prevent microorganisms, chemical substances and contaminants to assure safety and good quality food. A large machine, cool temperature room and silo are installed for effectiveness and higher productivity.

 

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Visits Agriculture and Forestry Development Center at Nongtao Savannakhet Sub-district, Laos PDR

 

On January 13, 2017, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visited the Agriculture and Forestry Development Center at Nongtao Savannakhet Sub-district, Laos, to follow up on the work progress.

In 2014, Her Royal Highness traveled to the Agriculture and Forestry Development Center to preside over the opening ceremony. In the first few years, the basic structure was developed along with academic exchange programs between Thailand and Laos in agriculture, irrigation, livestock, fishery and vocational training.

Her Royal Highness also traveled to Pratomsomboon Banponesim School to witness the activities of the mobile public relations center under the responsible of the Agriculture and Forestry Development Center. This mobile center was established with an aim to distribute news, information and activities of the Agriculture and Forestry Development Center. The products from local farms are distributed and sold to those who live in surrounding areas. In this way, people who live around the Agriculture and Forestry Development Center receive benefits. They can earn better livings and involve more in the Center’s activities.

 

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Visits the Chaipattana Fair and Presents Certificates to Participants from the 1st Chaipattana Foundation’s Leadership Programme for Sustainable Development

 

On 30 December 2016, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn traveled to the Chaipattana Vocational Park Project at Nakhon Pathom province to visit the Chaipattana Fair and present certificates to participants from the 1st Chaipattana Foundation’s Leadership Programme for Sustainable Development.

 

Chaipattana Fair was organized during December 28-30, 2016 with an aim to remember the royal benevolence of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej towards Thai population through various Chaipattana Foundation’s development projects. The Chaipattana Fair exhibits His Majesty’s development works over the regions as well as a seminar on rice cultivation.  On this occasion, Her Royal Highness presented certificates to 36 participants from the 1st Chaipattana Foundation’s Leadership Programme and souvenirs to 18 sponsors of this Programme. Her Royal Highness also delivered the royal guidance to participants and the Chaipattana’s officers.

 

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Presides over the Chaipattana Foundation’s Annual Committee Meeting 1/2016

 

On December 27, 2016, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn presided over the Chaipattana Foundation’s Annual Committee Meeting 1/2016.

In the year 2016, 11 plots of land with the total area of 249 rai, 1,200 square meters, 17.4 square two-meters (99 acres) were donated to the Chaipattana Foundation. The area covers 9 plots in the northern part, 1 plot in the northeastern part and 1 plot in the southern part. The Chaipattana Foundation altogether owns 525 plots in an area of 9,925 rai (3,925 acres).

 

The Chaipattana Foundation utilizes the land according to the royal initiatives for various development projects. Development process is based on the socio-geographical conditions of each area of development. At present, there are 135 development projects under the responsibility of the Chaipattana Foundation. The Chaipattana Management Information System (CMIS) has been applied to manage information and analyze operational works in an effective way.

 

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