The government’s Southern Border Provinces Administrative Center (SBPAC) has followed up its social projects to improve the villagers’ livelihood and will hold a conference with relevant agencies on January 31st, 2018, to press ahead with its local projects in Pattani province.
The Executive Director of the SBPAC’s Social Psychology Policy Coordination Bureau, Sanan Sontimuang, said his agency will hold a conference with relevant agencies to press ahead with various projects in southern Thailand. The meeting will take place at CS Pattani Hotel in Pattani province on January 31st, 2018.
The conference will be chaired by a special delegate from the government, at which SBPAC’s local projects will be discussed and evaluated, including the livelihood enhancing campaigns at communities, the village strength enhancing campaigns, the livelihood enhancing campaign for communities around the Budo – Sungai Padi national park, the rehabilitation campaign for drug users, the national defence volunteer campaign, and the homeland improvement by graduates campaign.
Mr. Sanan commented that all persons related to these campaigns are considered the think tank of the country who have volunteered to help the country, and their suggestions are welcomed to help the SBPAC work more efficiently to answer to the needs of villagers.