Thai Niyom Yang Yuen project progressing nationwide

Thai Niyom Yang Yuen project progressing nationwide

 

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BANGKOK, 9 March 2018 (NNT) –The Minister of Interior has summarized discoveries made by the Thai Niyom Yang Yuen project so far, indicating that most citizens want state assistance in terms of basic utilities and work facilitation. 

Minister of Interior Gen Anupong Paojinda explained that under the Thai Niyom Yang Yuen project, officials of the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives are to work alongside village councilmen and task forces to plot out and executive public enhancement efforts but a first wave of authorities is currently meeting with members of the public to collect a general impression of the situation. They have so far mostly found calls for help in terms of work and basic utilities. 

A first batch of enhancement plans is expected to be submitted to the Ministry of Interior by late March. The Prime Minister has underlined that all activity must be transparent and honest. 

Area 14 Prime Minister’s Office Auditor Chirayu Nantharadhorn has led a team representing 10 ministries to enact Thai Niyom Yang Yuen in Nakhon Ratchasima, focusing on enhancing farming, road safety, the welfare card scheme and informal debt. 

In Chiang Rai province, Governor Narongsak Osot-thanakorn took part in signing a Memorandum of Understanding with Chiang Rai University to implement the One Faculty, One Area, One Innovation policy, which is utilizing royal teachings to achieve sustainable development. The agreement was formed under the Thai Niyom Yang Yuen project.

 
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