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Government touts success in water management efforts

With the drought season officially over, the absence of any drought declarations throughout the period is being cited as evidence of gains made in addressing flood and drought issues. Also being acknowledged are efforts to make water more available for household consumption.Continue watching ...

Thailand warns of water shortage in North East region

The Thai Royal Irrigation Department (RID) on Monday warned of low reserved water at major dams in the North East region and advised residents that the water left-over will only be sufficient for consumption.The RID, which is administered by the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives, ...

RID addresses drought in Chao Phraya River basin

The Royal Irrigation Department (RID) has announced a plan to provide water for consumption for communities in the Chao Phraya River basin while affirming that the amount of water for agricultural activities in the area will be sufficient throughout the rainy season.Keep watching ...

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