Tags : Help


Supreme Patriarch Orders Temples to Help People

BANGKOK, May 5 (TNA) – The Supreme Patriarch has urged the management of Buddhist temples to set up kitchens and field hospitals to help COVID-19 victims. The secretariat of the Supreme Patriarch said the Supreme Patriarch viewed that temples had buildings, kitchens, tools and personnel that could be applied to support the government, the private […]Read More


COVID-19: Prayut orders help for jobless, homeless people

BANGKOK (NNT) – The Prime Minister has ordered related agencies to provide assistance to jobless and homeless people, and pledges to offer help to all groups of people, while asking the general public to comply with COVID-19 pandemic control measures. Prime Minister and Minister of Defence Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has ordered the Ministry of the […]Read More


5,000 Baht Coronavirus Crisis Aid Applications Exceed 13 million

BANGKOK (NNT) – Registration for 5,000 baht government aid, for people affected by the coronavirus crisis, was opened yesterday at 6pm via the “เราไม่ทิ้งกัน ดอทคอม” website. Immediately after the registration opened, the website crashed, due to the overwhelming number of applicants. Krungthai Bank, who is responsible for the website, urgently repaired the registration page. Only […]Read More

Chiang Mai

11 Year Old Girl Suffering From Cancer Pleads for Help

CHIANG MAI -The family of an 11 year-old girl in Mae Hong Song, Thailand has pleaded for Help. Little Jinjutha Takaew, 11 who is about to turn 12 has found that she has ovarian cancer. Last year she underwent a surgery to remove cancer one of her ovaries. However, the family cannot afford the payment […]Read More


Government Aid Is Slow to Arrive as More than 100,000

Non-stop rains in the past week have flooded the northern regions of Myanmar affecting 110,000 people. Many criticized the government for its slow response and delay in placing the country under state of emergency. The regions heavily affected by the rains and floods are Sagain, Magway, Chin, Rakhine, and Shan. As of July 29, the […]Read More


Thailand to send initial 5m baht aid to Myanmar

BANGKOK, 3 August 2015 (NNT) – The Thai government is preparing to send the initial donation of 5 million baht to Myanmar to aid those affected by the disastrous flood, while Thai nationals residing in flood affected areas in Myanmar will be assisted. The Deputy Spokesman of the Prime Minister’s Office Col Weerachon Sukondhapatipak said […]Read More


Government expedites help for drought-hit farmers

BANGKOK, 18 July 2015 (NNT) – Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha has instructed the Ministry of Interior to survey drought-hit areas across the country in another move to step up assistance measures. According to General Prayut, he is particularly concerned with farmers in the central region where the prolonged dry season remains unabated, whereas other regions […]Read More


Their Majesties donate fund to help quake victims in Nepal

Their Majesties the King and Queen have donated 10 million in cash to help the people who have suffered from the deadly earthquake in Nepal. Dr Distorn Vajarodaya, the Grand Chamberlain of the Bureau of the Royal Household, and executive chairman of the Rajaprajanugroh Foundation under the Royal Patronage, disclosed today that Their Majesties the […]Read More