I am Watchaley Petchburi, 57 years old, from Suphanburi province in Thailand. I completed my high school degree from the Office for the Promotion of Non-Formal and Informal Education (NFE) and moved to Bangkok at the age of 18 to help my brother’s family raise their children. After living with them for some years, I […]
when the insured Persons’ needs are not met by the services and benefits.
How to ensure that those covered by Section 40 receive benefits and convenience from the Social Security Office.
Every one of us encounters challenges at various times. If we don’t have social protection, we’ll have to pay for all risks and problems out of our own pockets. So, joining the section 40 of social security is sharing hardship and happiness the state can then take part in this as we can exercise our […]
If we don’t wake up and do it, we’ll starve to death Sawasdee kha. My name is Cho-iam Jindawiwat. I am a 75-year-old woman food vendor from Nakkeela Village, Economic Area Market, Bangkok. I’ve been selling food for over 30 years – ever since the market opened. I’m originally from the north of Thailand. My […]
“ Rights are the foundation of life ” Kyun Par My name is Kyun Par. You can call me Champa who is The president of Network of Migrant Domestic Workers in Thailand, 46 years old, I’m Burmese. Nepalese descent that lived in Kachin State. My grandparents were Nepalese who emigrated to Burma during World War […]
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