Non-governmental preparedness and response agencies

Disasters and emergency response funding

Thailand pledges Bt3.3m for UN Covid-19 fund

The Cabinet on Tuesday (June 23) agreed to sign a pact on donating funds to the United Nations Covid-19 Response and Recovery Multi-Partner Trust Fund to help countries affected by the pandemic.Deputy government spokesperson Ratchada Thanadirek said the fund aims to raise US$2 billion and ...

The Nation Reporter

Dozens protest B5,000 aid screening criteria

Dozens of people have demanded to meet Finance Minister Uttama Savanayana at the ministry after their applications for the 5,000-baht financial aid were turned down.Some 27 million people registered for the handout — 5,000 baht a month each for at least three months. The ministry ...

Bangkok Post Reporter

Cabinet endorses emergency fund

The Cabinet on Monday addressed a proposed ministerial regulation to do with emergency security funds.Col Athisit Chainuwat , assistant spokesman for the Office of the Prime Minister, said cabinet ministers had approved in principle a bill governing the disbursement of emergency security funds proposed by ...

Thammarat Thadaphrom

Immunising Asean

Southeast Asia has become a hot spot for emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, which has led to stepped-up international efforts to strengthen national and regional pandemic preparedness capacity.Socio-economic, demographic and environmental factors are driving the emergence of more disease outbreaks in the region, according to ...

Nareerat Wiriyapong

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