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  • Thai health professionals shared with Myanmar doctors the techniques and tools in screening and skill development for children with special needs New
    During 22-23 August 2015, Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon, in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Myanmar Pediatrics Society, jointly organized a workshop on developmental screening and promotion programme for health personnel in Mandalay and other states and regions in Upper Myanmar, totaling 50 participants. The workshop was conducted by specialized doctor, nurses and therapists from Rajanagarindra Institute of Child Development (RICD) in Chiang Mai.
  • Thai supports Myanmar for preparing medical staffs to be a part of ASEAN Community New
    On 17 August 2015, Mr. Chainarong Keratiyutwong, Charge D'Affaires, Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon, attended the opening ceremony of the "Thai-Myanmar Medical Excellence for ASEAN People” at Yangon General Hospital. Dr. Prapon Tangsrikertikul, Deputy Director-General, Department of Medical Services, Ministry of Public Health of Thailand, Dr. Udom Chaowarindr, Director of Rajavithi Hospital, Department of Medical Services, Prof. Theingi Myint, Pro-Doctor, The University of Medicine 1, Dr. Hla Myint, Medical Superintendent, Yangon General Hospital were also joined the ceremony.
  • Thailand shares knowledge and experiences in development of learning skills for people with special needs in Myanmar New
    During 21-23 August 2015, Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon, in collaboration with Myanmar Autism Association (MAA), jointly organized a series of 2 workshops for parents of, and teachers who are working with, children with special needs in Mandalay. The workshops were conducted by experts from Rajanagarindra Institute of Child Development (RICD) in Chiang Mai and Chiang Mai University (CMU).
  • Ambassador welcomes the first Thai air-travellers arriving in Myanmar with visa-free New
    On 11 August 2015 , Ambassador Pisanu Suvanajata, Ambassador of Thailand to the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, and Mrs. Suriyapa Bunnag, Vice President of Nok Air welcomed the first Thai air-travellers arriving in Myanmar with visa-free at Yangon International Airport.
  • Handover Ceremony of Lavatory Facilities to Nagahlainggu Monastery, Yangon
    On 16 August 2015 Ambassador Pisanu Suvanajata joined Somdet Agga Maha Phra Buddha Chinnawong, Wat Pichaya Yatikaram, Buddhist Laymen from Thailand, and the Thai Community in Myanmar in the handover ceremony of lavatory facilities to Kalawa Sayadaw of Nagahlainggu Monastery in Yangon. On this occasion, H.E. U Nyunt Swe, Chairman of Myanmar-Thailand Friendship Association and Former Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs of Myanmar, and representatives from the Ministry of Religious Affairs of Myanmar are also presented at the ceremony.
  • Royal Thai Embassy On Behalf of the Thai Citizens Donated Cash and Various Items for the Flood Victims in Myanmar
    On 17 August 2015, Mr. Chainarong Keratiwutwong, Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission, Royal Thai Embassy, Yangon handover donations for the flood victims in Myanmar from the Friends in Need “PA” Volunteers Foundation Thai Red Cross, Ministry of Interior of Thailand, Mae Fah Luang University, and the Thai Community in Myanmar to H.E. Daw Su Su Hlaing, Deputy Minister of Social Welfare, Relief, and Resettlement at the Emergency Operation Center in Yangon.
  • Royal Thai Embassy and the Thai Community in Myanmar joined hands to help flood victims in Myanmar.
    On 6th August 2015, the Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon, Team Thailand, as well as Thai businesses and the Thai Community in Myanmar joined hands to donate cash and emergency relief items to flood victims in Myanmar through the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief, and Resettlement at Emergency Operation Center (EOC) in Yangon.
  • The Thai Community in Yangon jointly celebrated the Award given to Thai Residence in Yangon as an Outstanding Heritage House
    On 11 August 2015, the Royal Thai Embassy hosted a reception to celebrate the Historical and Architectural Conservation Award 2014 won by the Thai Residence.
  • Royal Thai Embassy and the Thai Community signed the book of blessing to pay tribute to H.M. the Queen on Her Birthday Anniversary
    The Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon invites the Thai Community to join in unison to pay tribute to Her Majesty Queen Sirikit on Her 83rd Birthday Anniversary on 12 August 2015 by signing the book of blessing. The book signing is opened from 12-19 August 2015 during office hours at the Embassy.
  • Royal Thai Embassy helps promote cleaner and greener Yangon with “Waste Segregation” campaign
    The Royal Thai Embassy in Yangon recognizes the importance of and is committed to environmental conservation and keeping the Embassy’s compound and surrounding areas tidy and beautiful. The Embassy, therefore, initiated the “Waste Segregation” campaign throughout our office, including at our consular section whereby we are determined to invite our Myanmar patrons and clients to share with us this experience. Three types of waste bins for recycled wastes, toxic wastes, and food and other wastes are placed at different points within and outside the Embassy’s compound, making it easier for people to dispose of garbage in the right bins so that they will be rightly recycled, disposed of, and most importantly not harmful to our environment. This campaign is hopefully meant to create sustainable awareness and greater impact in helping to save the Earth.

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