Participants from the 1st Chaipattana Foundation’s Leadership Programme for Sustainable Development visited Buriram Province
On 20 August 2016, Mr. Sumet Tantivejakul, the Secretary-General of the Chaipattana Foundation together with participants from the 1st Chaipattana Foundation’s Leadership Programme for Sustainable Development visited Buriram province.
On this occasion, the group visited “Sutthinun Community Center for Sustainable Life (Mahashivalai Isan) at Ban Pakchong in Satuek District” and “Local Wisdom Center of Paw Kamdueng Pasee at Hua Fai Sub- District in Kan Dong District”
Moreover, the group visited the operation of the I-Mobile Stadium, Water Management Community Model according to royal initiatives at Ban Lim Thong and Ban Non Kwang, and Ban Khud Yai Reservoir. These sites have different administrating patterns but they all hold the philosophy of sustainability to strengthen their communities. Nowadays, Buriram province becomes one of the most famous tourist attractions in Thailand.
Dr. Sumet Tantivejkul, Secretary-General of the Chaipattana Foundation Visited Goat Housing Farm and Ruminant Research and Development Center, Prince of Songkla University
On 18 March, 2016, Dr. Sumet Tantivejkul, Secretary-General of the Chaipattana Foundation visited goat farm and Ruminant Research and Development Center at Prince of Songkla University, Klonghoikong, Hoikong district, Songkla province in which HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn graciously presented Black Bengal goat breeders to the Natural Resources Committee in order to breed with "Native Breed" and "Sab Prince of Songkla Breed" goats and then distribute to the people at Bulon Island, Satun Province.
On 6 December, 2014, Dr. Sumet Tantivejkul, Secretary - General of the Chaipattana Foundation, prosided over the opening ceremony of the 3rd Amazing Ten Mae Sai Ethnic Groups Event under
MOU Signing Ceremony for an Academic Collaboration between Chaipattana Foundation and Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry (GIG), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)
On July 1, 2014, Mr. Sumet Tantivejkul, Secretary-General of the Chaipattana Foundation, together with Professor Dr. Kasem Chankao, Chaipattana Foundation’s environment specialist and Director of the Royally-initiated Leam Phak Bia Environment Research and Development Center (LERD), presided over the MOU signing ceremony for an academic collaboration between Chaipattana Foundation and Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry (GIG), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) at Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry, Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China.
Collaboration between the Chaipattana Foundation and GIG under the MOU focuses on knowledge exchange and technology transfers. In this regard, planned activities include technical training on environmental quality analysis for Chaipattana Foundation staff and knowledge exchange on Chaipattana Foundation’s wetland wastewater treatment technology, to be applied in GIG’s pilot project in the Mekong River area. Moreover, the two institutions will share technical data with each other for the purpose of academic advancement in the area of environmental quality improvement.
On June 16, 2014, Mr. Brad Middleton, Managing Director of Chevron Asia South Limited, made a courtesy visit on Mr. Sumet Tantivejkul, Secretary-General of the Chaipattana Foundation, on the occasion of his assumption of the position.
During the visit, Mr. Middleton expressed keen interest in continuing to support the Chaipattana Foundation's works, particularly in the area of agricultural development, sufficiency economy and vocational educational development.
In 2012, Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn, as the Executive Chairperson, authorized Office of the Chaipattana Foundation to collaborate with the Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production Limited. to help alleviate the impact of 2011 floods. A portion of the total donation of 1-million US dollars from the Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production Limited. has been allocated to schools, child care centers, local mosques and health care centers in central provinces. Another portion of the total donation has been allocated to flood-affected Wat Thammajariya School in Wang Noi district of Ayutthaya province to repair its damage, and promote energy efficiency and agriculture development among young students.
- MOU Signing Ceremony for an Academic Collaboration between Chaipattana Foundation and Institute of Bioproduct Development (IBD), Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)
- MOU Signing Ceremony for an Academic Collaboration and Vocational Education Development Project between the Chaipattana Foundation and the Office of Vocational Education Commission
- Conference and Seminar on Sustainable Garbage Management for Lipe Island
- The 2nd Mae Sai Ethnic Fair
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