UNICEF’s Thai Children Donation Project: A Chance for Every Child in Thailand

UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to protect the rights of every child; they have spent 70 years working to improve the lives of children and their families. In Thailand, their Thai children donation project aims to provide every child with a fair ...

Investment in Early Childhood Development [Video]

Central Group and UNICEF together bring back Eat Play Love campaign that encourages increased focus and investment in early childhood development. Earlier I spoke to Mr. Thomas Davin, Unicef Representative Thailand, who tells us how the private sector can help Thai parents provide better care ...

Strawberries and child support; a Thai partnership

Mother of three, Mhee Saesong, a strawberry farmer from Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand, has always struggled alongside her husband to provide for her family. She describes how, in the past, when her two older children became sick, she was unable to afford ...

EU commits Bt80m to Unicef for protection of migrant and stateless children in Thailand

The European Union has committed more than Bt80 million to Unicef over the next three years to support efforts to strengthen policies and practice for the protection of migrant and stateless children in Thailand, Unicef said on Tuesday.Keep reading ...

The Nation Reporter

Thailand will improve care of migrant and stateless children

Thailand and Unicef are planning to cooperate more closely for the better care of migrant and stateless children. The plan was discussed during a meeting yesterday (Oct 17) between Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and Unicef executive director Henrietta Fore. Keep reading.. ...

The Nation Reporter

Unicef seeks measures to improve lives of children on construction sites

Most of the 60,000 children living in camps at construction sites in Thailand have been deprived of a proper childhood, according to the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (Unicef).Keep reading ...

Rachanon Charoonsak

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