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For Over Half a century since its inception on March 12th 1952, the Department of health (DoH) has undergone a series of development and reorganization in accordance with the country’s socio – economic and political situation and to keep pace with advancement in the health issues. The DoH’s mandate, according to the Ministry and Department Reorganization Act, B.E. 2552 (2009), Focuses on technical development, transfer knowledge and technology on health Promotion (HP) and environmental health (Env.H.) to facilitate good health as well as Health Impact Assessment (HIA). The DoH’s structure, therefore, is made up of four main clusters: Cluster of Health Promotion, Cluster of Environmental Health, Cluster of Strategic Administration, and Cluster of Directive Administration. All divisions/bureaus under these clusters have carried out their responsible activities which include health promotion, nutrition, dental health, reproductive health, maternal and child health, elderly health, food and water sanitation, physical activity for health, healthy settings, environmental health and health impact assessment.
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The ministry of culture serves as an organization integrating religion, art and culture to the people, fostering pride in Thai identity with proper culturally based lifestyle that leads to sustainable and peaceful society.
See more at https://www.m-culture.go.th/en/
The Leader of the Bus Service
We provide the quality and professional bus service with advance and environment friendly technologies
See more at http://www.bmta.co.th/en/home
Department of Industrial Promotion (DIP) plays an important role in supporting and developing the potential of SMEs, community enterprises, entrepreneurs, and service providers in order to have business competencies and capabilities by utilizing innovation, technology, and creativity. DIP also builds and strengthens business networking and linkage. In addition, DIP contributes to the development of Thai industries entirely and enhances economic prosperity of Thailand.
Entrepreneurs may apply for our consultancy services such as production process development, business development, product and packaging development, quality standard development, and other management tools, machinery services and revolving fund services from DIP central office in Bangkok or 11 regional offices all over the country. For more information, please search on www.dip.go.th or contact SME Support & Rescue Center (SSRC) for requesting primary consultancy services through Call Center number 1358.
See more at www.dip.go.th
The Office of the Education Council is one of the core agencies of the Ministry of Education, serving as the secretariat of the Education Council. The Office of the Education Council has main responsibilities for formulating and implementing educational policies, schemes, standards,and human resource development to upgrade the quality of education as well as enhancing the educational equality and employment prospects;carrying out and supporting researches to formulate and improve policies, plans, and standards on education and on human resource development;monitoring and evaluating the educational management as well as developing an evaluation system for the educational management and human resource development;carrying out legal work related to education and human resource development; encouraging collaboration to drive education and human resource development; and enhancing the effectiveness of organization management under good governance
See more at http://www.onec.go.th/
Thailand Convention & Exhibition Bureau (Public Organization) or TCEB is an official organization established by the Royal Decree following the decree’s publication in the Royal Gazette on September 28, 2002. TCEB has been operating since the year 2004. TCEB has objectives in promoting and coordinating corporate meetings, incentive events, conventions and exhibitions which are collectively referred to as the acronym ‘MICE’ standing for Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibitions in Thailand. The Bureau’s establishment reflects Thailand’s growing stature as a destination of choice for international meetings, conventions and exhibitions.
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To become transportation hub with modern and efficient fleet providing quality services connecting all regions as well as being socially and environmentally responsible.
Hub means being equipped with the fleet, bus terminals, personnel, modern technology, passengers and products transportation centers as well as being able to connect all regions and having products distribution centers in all regions.
Modern means being able to develop and improve the fleet, terminals and servicing staff in order to respond to passengers’ needs continuously as well as having up to date information technology system as a mean to support correct and precise decision making.
Efficient means being efficient in providing quality service in transportation, bus terminaland servicing staff to be in line with ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) as well as having a firm set of safety standards.
Quality Services means gaining Number 1 ranking as transportation service provider by the year 2021 (In the following categories; Bus Terminal, Fleet and Servicing Staff) as well as achieving no less than 90% customer loyalty rating.
Connecting all regions means creating transportation network to countries with geographically possibilities for land transportation such as Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore and China.
Being socially and environmentally responsible means operating with good morals and operational controls. Encouraging staff to participate in events involving the society and environment. Be socially and environmentally responsible for the sustainable growth of the organization.
ADVERTISING AND SIGN PRODUCING ASSOCIATION (ASPA) was founded on December 7, 1978. Association has 109 registered members, divided into seven groups according to the nature of the business which includes digital out of home, and is comprised of billboards, street furniture, transit advertising, and supplier’s material.
Today’s out of home media (OOH) offers new technologies, new formats, and more creative thinking to help advertisers and their agencies take their message further. The OOH industry has embraced innovation in all parts of the business to keep pace with where advertising and the consumer are headed. The OOH industry is introducing new digital technologies and convergence, new lighting and materials, more innovative business practices, and a new audience ratings system.
The Chairman of ASPA, Mr.Chakkrit Khemthong, has a policy to strengthen the organization by setting up a strategic plan for use as a tool and mechanism to drive the association systematically. The main mission of the Association is committed and determined to help the members follow this points:
ADVERTISING AND SIGN PRODUCING ASSOCIATION (ASPA)
159/46 Soi.Vibhavadi 62, Vhibhavadi-Rangsit Rd., Bangkhen Laksi Bangkok Thailand 10210
Tel. (66) 2521 8255
Fax. (66) 2521 8257
Digital Advertising Association (Thailand) (DAAT) was established in October 2012 ,comprised of experts from leading digital advertising agencies aiming to publish the value of digital advertising, create reliability, educate and development of human potential in the advertising industry, and share digital advertising know how for the industry as a way to increase efficiency and demand of digital advertising into the industry and lastly to foster cooperation with each member in order to raise the standards of vocation and morality in digital advertising.
A group of established companies servicing digital advertising in Thailand realized the impact and significant growth of this new media. The simple goal of this committee, the Digital Advertising Association of Thailand among digital companies and advertisers as a whole, is to benefit the industry, companies, and consumers under the same direction. With collective support, advertisers should elevate the industry at the highest levels in the future. After careful consideration, this committee officially established the Digital Advertising Association (Thailand) (DAAT).
See more at https://www.daat.in.th/
The e-Learning Association of Thailand is an organization with committee members from both the government and private sectors.
To assist educators and entrepreneurs working in areas related to e-Learning by (a) supporting and promoting the acquisition of knowledge and experience and the sharing of such information; (b) cooperating with governmental agencies such as the Ministry of ICT and the software Industry Promotion Agency (Public Organization) [SIPA], private sector groups such as ThaiSim: The Thai Simulation and Garming Assocational institutions at all lemels.
To cooperate with educational institutions to develop teacher’ ability to use e-Learning
To distribute information and research on e-Learning
To build connectons between creators, devel-opers, and users of e-Learning so that they can share their knowledge and experience
To establish standards for e-Learning
To work with other organizations for the benefit of the public
To refrain from any type of political activity
See more at https://e-lat.or.th/
The Business of Creative and Event Management Association (EMA) has the start of an exchange of ideas from industry experts, event organizers, events and below the line marketing communications. The first phase started with small groups and became more and more known among the different companies in the same business. That makes the demand for creativity, support, and development in creative business so it has been established to The "Club Event Club" that has 39 founding members.
Later it was developed as a registered association with the Ministry of Commerce. "The Business of Creative and Event Management Association (EMA) on April 10, 2007. The first Annual General Meeting was held on June 19, 2007 to inform the members about the change of status and the selection of committee to manage the association.
Media Agency Association of Thailand (MAAT) was formally registered to act as a center where various media organizations and related businesses can join in mutual cooperation in October 2007. The main objective is to promote and support the media industry in Thailand, to make it a success through continuous and sustainable development.
The second objective is to further the development of personnel in media agencies and related businesses through MAAT’s supports, and to stabilize the industries overall structure. This can be realized through cooperation between the different factions of media businesses.
The third objective is to promote continuous research studies in media and advertising, such as research in modern consumer trends or other related fields.
The overall goal is to achieve tangible success within the industry. In the long run, this will hopefully result in more interactions and cooperation with international media agencies and businesses.
See more at http://mediaagencythai.com/
Established on 22 June 2017 by 20 Founders with authorized capital 2 million Baht
To improve quality of life for Saraburi people by listening to problems and demands of people in Saraburi. Furthermore, we coordinate with government, private organization and people to create projects improving Saraburi to become an international smart city.Opportunities of Saraburi province
Due to being the Center of transportation network and various communication systems, with the government investment in infrastructures and public utilities, therefore Saraburi should be the focal point of land transportation and rail system. The beautiful landscape and fresh air which ranked as highest Ozone area in south east Asia, we aim to be the center of medical tourism and the center of conferences and seminars. Moreover, Saraburi locates on plain area with good irrigation system which appropriate for agriculture, thus we have potentials to be the center of food supply/produce.
See more at https://www.sbcd.co.th/
It is a organization that aim to promote developing the competency of people involved in all kinds of the advertising media production especially in Out-of-home media to be standardized both nationally and internationally.
The meaning of the association logo is as follows.
T = Thai means Thailand
A = Advertising means advertising and public relations.
B = Business means business.
D= Development means promotion and development.
A = Association means Association.
T hai A dvertising B usiness D evelopment A ssociation
Mission of the Association
THAI ADVERTISING BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (TABDA)
159/46 Soi Vibhavadi Rangsit 62, Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Talat Bang Khen, Lak Si, Bangkok 10210 Thailand
Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
See more at http://www.tabda.org
Thai Hotel Association was established in 1963 by the Board of Directors and hotel owners called “Hotel Association for Tourist of Thailand” with the following objectives:
In 1968 the “Hotel Association for Tourist of Thailand” was renamed to “Thai Hotels Association”. The present Head Office is located at 203-209/3 Ratchadamnoen Klang Avenue, Bowonniwet, Pranakon, Bangkok 10200.
See more at http://www.thaihotels.org/
Thai Intelligent Transport Systems Association or ITS Thailand was established on February 25th, 2008 with the vision "Toward a better life with ITS". We are the official member of ITS Asia Pacific and ITS World Congress. Please join us to learn and share the ITS solutions for the country.
ITS Thailand promotes efficient mobility by technologies. The association coordinates stakeholders in Thailand, provides know-how of present and future mobility. We gather members who are experts in the field of technologies, smart transport, and smart mobility. Through ITS Thailand, we leverage ITS activities in Thailand. Some of the activities include the promotion of traffic information, ITS standards, the study of connected and automated vehicles. Our scope covers a wide range of ITS applications, such as traffic management, smart mobility (smart city), safety, public transport.
See more at https://its.in.th/
The core of Thai IoT Association mission was founded on collaboration of all sectors propelling Thailand towards IoT Hub of ASEAN and SMART Thailand. Currently it has six main targets being Smart Agriculture, Smart Health, Smart Tourism, Smart Industry, Smart Logistics, and Smart City, including providing guidance on the Internet of Things (IoT) technology usages and applications in the education, manufacturing, and services sectors as well as creating labor resources with practical skills to serve the real needs by defining and aligning with the works of government agencies and private sectors to unfold technologies and innovation of the country to match with other civilized countries.
See more at http://iotthailand.net/index.php/th/
Thai Security Association (TSA) is continuing to develop innovation technology of security system to meet consumer demand. TSA was established since April 26, 2012 the structure of association has continued to expand and collaboration with security equipment vendors. Engineering Business Group institute of Technology and Technology Development, Hardware and Software etc. Moreover, TSA has participated in the standardization of the security system of Thailand. Develop new technologies to enhance the potential of Thai Security entrepreneurs on ASEAN.
TSA has over 300 members. It is comprised of leading business leaders in the field of security system in Thailand. Moreover, TSA also organizes several cooperation between members in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore.
TSA is a member of business association in Thailand such as Board of Trade of Thailand, Thai – Chinese Chamber of Commerce, ASEAN professional Security Association and Global Security Industry Alliance.
See more at http://www.thaisecurity.org/
Thailand Incentive and Convention Association (TICA) is a non-profit organisation established in 1984 jointly by the government (Tourism Authority of Thailand and Thai Airways International) and the private sector comprising key practitioners in the business events industry.
TICA’s primary function is to aid the quality and sustainable growth of Thailand as a preferred destination for business events. Since the formation of Thailand Convention and Exhibition Bureau (TCEB) in 2004 as the public organisation responsible for the industry, TICA has been collaborating closely with TCEB towards mutual objectives.
Our Members are:
See more at http://www.tica.or.th
Association of Private Higher Education Institutions of Thailand (APHEIT) Under the Patronage of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn is a juristic entity, founded by a group of private higher education institutions in Thailand in 1979. The objectives of APHEIT are to encourage cooperation and collaboration among institution members and with other educational institutions, public and private sectors, business organizations, industries in Thailand and abroad to enhance and strengthen the quality of higher education. Its office is situated in the complex of the Office of Higher Education Commission. APHEIT has a formal organizational structure, an executive committee, special committees to perform various functions to serve the needs of members and national development for sustainability. The President of APHEIT and an executive committee is elected by members for a two-year term.
APHEIT is well recognized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation (Thailand) as one of the organizations that plays an important role in Thailand’s university administration. Currently, APHEIT has 64 institution members. The programs of study in our institution members cover almost all disciplines classified under ISCED at under graduate and post graduate levels. The strategic focus is on producing professionals in different fields in response to the demand of manpower for business, industry, and national development including the 10 target industries under the policy Thailand 4.0. Those who wish to inquire about private higher education of Thailand can contact APHEIT at www.apheit.org., or Tel: 662-354-5689.
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The National Federation of Motion Pictures and Contents Associations (MPC) was founded in 1991, our purposes is to encourage, support, and promote the Thai film industry.
We have organized the Bangkok international film festival since 2008, Hua Hin International Film Festival Since 2012 and Bangkok Asean Film Festival Since 2015 - 2019; also, we have undertaken the Thai Film Awards Ceremony (Subanahongsa Awards Ceremony) for over /28 years.
See more at http://www.mpc.or.th/main/
TIDA, previously known as the “ Interior Decoration Association of Thailand“ was established in 1985 by Professor Jakra Siripanich, former Dean of the Faculty of Interior Decoration, Silpakorn University in conjunction with other professors and interior designers from various institutions.
Members resolved to change the association’s name to the “Thailand Interior Designers' Association” with further responsibilities to manage and accredit study courses in Interior Design from various institutions and academies in line with overseas institutions. On that basis, the association has established an international network of academics and professionals which work together cooperatively to maintain professional standards and practice.
TIDA has strong goals and visions to consolidate and enhance its position locally and internationally. Regular activities are held to support & develop the Interior Design Profession & Industry to the benefit of Thai society & the nation. Our policy is to aid our membership to provide the highest level of professional services and conduct through a unified and ethical professional body recognized for its leadership and creativity to the benefit of the broader community.
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Thailand Professional Lighting Audio Visual System Association or "TLAV" was founded in mid 2018 to represent the community of people who are profession of lighting, audio and visual business including rental companies, events, live entertainment, consultants, systems designer, integrator, system operators, dealers, distributors, etc. To be a hub for professional collaboration, information, community. Awareness consulting, professional and academic benefits for members and society. Cooperate with the government agencies, organizations and institutions both within the country and abroad.
See more at http://www.facebook.com/TLAVassociation/
The Thai Exhibition Association or commonly known as the TEA, is the association of exhibition related business of exhibition organizers, exhibition halls, exhibition stand contractors, freight forwarders and related suppliers dedicated to the promotion and development of exhibitions in Thailand.
The Thai Exhibition Association “TEA” (www.thaitradeshow.com) was founded in accordance with the Trade Association Act of 1996, under the supervision of the Trade Association Registrar Office, Bangkok Metropolitan in the year 2007. Among the objectives of the Association are to promote the Association, and the operation and servicing of national and international exhibitions for exhibitors and visitors; to earn revenue for the country by promoting Thailand as a location for national and international exhibitions; to promote international standards of facilities and services for exhibitors; and to promote and facilitate cooperation among members and to exchange information and ideas related to national and international trade exhibitions; to cooperate with the government and the private sector, e.g. organizations, associations, companies and individuals which the Association considers beneficial to our Association.
For more information, please contact TEA office
Tel: 66 2 744 5370-1
Fax: 66 2 744 5385
See more at http://www.thaitradeshow.com/
Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI) is the designated national carrier of Thailand. Founded in 1960, THAI recently operates an average of 2,240 roundtrip flights per week on domestic, regional and intercontinental routes to 78 destinations in 31 countries. THAI was one of the five founding members of the Star Alliance network, which was established in 1997. The key to THAI’s success is its major award-winning in-flight and on-ground service, convenient schedules and on-time performance. THAI’s philosophy is to provide a full service to passengers while maintaining the highest standards of service to travelers.
THAI recently received Skytrax Awards for the World’s Best Airline Lounge Spa and the Best Airline Staff in Asia. THAI also received global ranking categories – 2nd in the World’s Best Airport Services 2019; 4th in World’s Best Economy Class Airlines 2019; 7th in World’s Best Business Class Airlines 2019, and 4th in World’s Best Cabin Crew 2019 and Best Cabin Crew in Thailand 2019. THAI is also proud to be named among the Best World’s Top 10 Airlines of 2019, recognized by Skytrax.
See more at http://www.thaiairways.com/
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“Striving for excellence in expressway development, to provide a great and worthwhile service, with convenience, safety, and sustainability” is the major aim of Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT). As a state enterprise under Ministry of Transport established in 1972, we continuously improve to serve people and the country. Currently, EXAT is operating eight expressways in total length of 224.6 kilometers and has expanded its technological development that benefits expressway users, e.g., Easy Pass and EXAT Portal Application. We not only aim to raise our business value, but our no.1 priority is to deliver the best service with social and environmental responsibility, thus we will never stop improving. EXAT will carry on the organization’s strategy to sustainably expand the expressway routes, to make a good use of resources, to provide sustainability for the community, and to make EXAT “the leading expressway organization”.
See more at http://www.exat.co.th/index.php/th/
The Office of the National Digital Economy and Society Commission (ONDE) was established in 2017 under the ministry of Digital Economy and Society
See more at http://www.onde.go.th/
THAI – AMADEUS South East Asia Co., Ltd. Is a joint venture founded in 1999 by Thai Airways international Public Company Limited, Communications Public Company Limited and Amadeus Global Travel Distribution to provide an integrated range of global distribution system (GDS) services. Its mission consists in booking airline tickets hotel rooms , accommodation on cabin cruisers, hiring cars, selling travel insurance. issuing tickets in paper and electronic formats and providing payment services that serve as a vital tool for completing the sale means via the largest and widespread data network of AMADEUS, leader in the information technology system and worldwide travel information that serves some 61,000 travel agencies and more than 11,000 airline sales offices.
Wastewater Management Authority is a state enterprise, established under the royal Decree Establishing the Wastewater Management Authority, B.E. 2538 (1995). WMA operated under the Ministry of Interior. WMA was created to provide collective wastewater management systems within the wastewater management areas and to provide services or management for wastewater management systems both within and outside of wastewater management areas, as well as to provide services or other activities related to cost-effective wastewater management. The wastewater management areas cover Bangkok, Nakhon Pathom, Nonthaburi, Pathum Thani, Samut Prakan, and Samut Sakhon, as well as any areas stipulated in the Royal Gazette.
Wastewater Management Authority’s operation in all areas included technical work in wastewater treatment as well as awareness campaigns on wastewater management for the local residents and youth. WMA also established plans on wastewater management fee collection. Furthermore, WMA emphasized the reutilization of treated wastewater to promote innovation in wastewater management and community learning centers, in consistency with the government’s policy on digitalization of Thailand under the “Thailand 4.0” policy. WMA established the Thailand Wastewater Monitoring and Reporting Center on 24th floor of the LPN 1 building, which serves as a monitoring center for wastewater management systems.
See more at http://www.wma.or.th/site4/
Thai Electrical & Mechanical Contractors Association (TEMCA) was founded in 1985 as a dependable center for its members consisted of electrical and mechanical contractors, manufacturers and suppliers of related equipment. TEMCA is instrumental in encouraging and supporting its members to improve their business and to strengthen their potentials to compete in both local and international arena. Besides general activities, TEMCA takes part in improving the standards and the ethics of the business involved in engineering and installation practices in Thailand.
Find more details of TEMCA profile and activities on the website at https://www.temcathai.com
The first seed of ATCI was planted in 1983 when a group of computer vendors came together to organize an exhibition to promote local computer businesses. The show, IT Trade, has grown to be the key Information Technology Industry event in the country. Inspired the participants to establish the Association of Thai Computer Industry (ATCI) which proceeded to grow in both size and scope. To respond to the growth, in 1998 ATCI adopted a new charter extending membership to any company that sees information processing as core to its business, including manufacturers and information service providers. The expanded member categories better reflects the dynamism of the information industry. In line with the convergence of Information Technology and Communication Technology ATCI was renamed to the Association of Thai ICT Industry in 2005.
See more at http://www.atci.or.th/index.php
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เขตอุตสาหกรรมซอฟต์แวร์ประเทศไทย หรือ Software Park Thailand หน่วยงานภายใต้การดูแลของสำนักงานพัฒนาวิทยาศาสตร์และเทคโนโลยีแห่งชาติ หรือ สวทช. เพื่อทำหน้าที่สนับสนุน และเสริมสร้างความแข็งแกร่งให้ผู้ประกอบการซอฟต์แวร์ไทยในทุกทาง ทั้งด้านบุคลากร การตลาด การลงทุน รวมถึงเทคโนโลยีอันทันสมัยในการพัฒนาซอฟต์แวร์ที่เป็นประโยชน์ต่อกลุ่มธุรกิจทุกกลุ่ม ภายในประเทศ ทั้งภาคอุตสาหกรรม ภาคการเกษตร และ ภาคการบริการ เป็นเพิ่มขีดความสามารถในการแข่งขันของเศรษฐกิจไทย ซึ่งจะส่งผลให้ตลาดซอฟต์แวร์ ภายในประเทศขยายตัวเพิ่มขึ้น ในขณะเดียวกันได้สร้างความมั่นใจให้ผู้ผลิตซอฟต์แวร์จากต่างประเทศเข้ามาลงทุนในประเทศไทยด้วย
เขตอุตสาหกรรมซอฟต์แวร์ประเทศไทยให้การสนับสนุน และเสริมสร้างความแข็งแกร่งให้กับผู้ประกอบการซอฟต์แวร์ไทยทั้งยังช่วยผลักดันอุตสาหกรรมซอฟต์แวร์ไทยให้เติบโตอย่างต่อเนื่อง โดยมีพันธกิจหลัก 5 ด้าน ดังนี้
See more at http://www.swpark.or.th/
Thailand Productivity Institute (FTPI) is an affiliated organization under the Ministry of Industry with main activities in providing personnel of all levels in all industries and new techniques to improve productivity and to build the productivity awareness.
See more at https://www.ftpi.or.th/
Thailand Science Park (TSP), the country’s first science and technology park, established its first phase in 2002 with the mission to promote innovation development and R&D activities in the private sector. TSP builds the ecosystem to promote and support R&D linkage between government and private sector and stimulate the creation of new technology businesses.
A fully-integrated R&D hub for the private sector
The park offers a full range of value-added services to support technology businesses including rental space for laboratories for private tenants from both domestic and international corporations, vacant land for the construction of research centers and pilot plants, testing service centers and banking services
Exclusive R&D privileges for park tenant
Privileges from the Board of Investment (BOI) include an exemption of import duties on machinery and equipment imported for use in the R&D process, and a corporate income tax exemption for up to 8 years with an additional 50% reduction for five years. Work permit and visa facilitation for foreign specialists and researchers will also be provided
Incentives from the Revenue Department will cover the accelerated depreciation allowances for machinery used in R&D and a 300% Corporate Income Tax deduction for technology and innovation research and development expenses.
See more at https://www.sciencepark.or.th/index.php/en/
The National University of Laos (NUOL) is the first comprehensive or full-fledged university in the history of Lao PDR since its establishment on November, 5th 1996, in accordance with the Prime Minister’s decree No. 50/PM, dated June, 9th 1995. The NUOL was established by amalgamating of the existing higher education institutions which were then operated under different ministries. It comprises of10 institutions namely : the Pedagogical University of Vientiane, Polytechnic University, Medical Science University, Nabong College of Agriculture, Dongdok College of Forestry, Tadthong College of Irrigation, Institute of Architecture, Institute of Transportation, College of Electricity and Electronics and the Centre for Establishment of Veunkham Agro-Forestry University.Initially, the NUOL conducted the teaching and learning-based activities starting with 7 faculties, 6 offices and one School of Foundation Studies. After that faculties, institutes, centres, campus hospital and Sathit Primary School and Sathit Secondary School were established. Currently, 2016-2017 the NUOL is comprised of 13 faculties, 2 institutes, 1 central library, 3 centers, 1 hospital, 11 offices and 1 school for Gifted and Ethnic Students.
See more at https://www.nuol.edu.la
The Digital Economy Promotion Agency (depa) was established in accordance with the Digital Development Act for the Economy and Society, 2560 BE. As of 23 January 2560 BE, the status is a state agency, to promote and support the development of digital industry and innovation, to develop and promote the use of digital technology to benefit the economy, society, culture and security of the country.
See more at https://www.depa.or.th/th/home
Geo - Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (Public Organization) Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research, and Innovation.
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สำนักงานคณะกรรมการการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐานมีภารกิจเกี่ยวกับการจัดและการส่งเสริมการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐาน โดยจัดทำข้อเสนอนโยบาย แผนพัฒนาการศึกษา มาตรฐานการจัดการศึกษา และหลักสูตรแกนกลางการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐาน กำหนดหลักเกณฑ์ แนวทาง และดำเนินการเกี่ยวกับการสนับสนุนทรัพยากร การจัดตั้งจัดสรรทรัพยากร และบริหารงบประมาณอุดหนุนการจัดการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐาน พัฒนาระบบการบริหารและส่งเสริมประสานงานเครือข่ายข้อมูลสารสนเทศ การนำเทคโนโลยีสารสนเทศไปใช้ ในการเรียนการสอน รวมทั้งส่งเสริมการนิเทศการบริหารและการจัดการศึกษา ติดตาม ตรวจสอบ และประเมินผลการจัดการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐานของเขตพื้นที่การศึกษา พัฒนานวัตกรรมทางการศึกษา ประสาน ส่งเสริม สนับสนุน และกำกับดูแลการจัดการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐาน การศึกษาเพื่อคนพิการ ผู้ด้อยโอกาส และผู้มีความสามารถพิเศษ และประสาน ส่งเสริม การจัดการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐานของเอกชน องค์กรปกครองส่วนท้องถิ่น บุคคล ครอบครัว องค์กรชุมชน องค์กรเอกชน องค์กรวิชาชีพ สถาบันศาสนา สถานประกอบการ และสถาบันสังคมอื่นของเขตพื้นที่การศึกษา
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The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) Thailand is the nation’s lead agency for developing its healthcare system, including its IT infrastructure, to improve the delivery and quality of healthcare services to the Thai people. Aligned with the World Health Organization and Thailand’s push for digital transformation, MoPH focuses on delivering healthcare services through over 10,000 health IT units and over 300,000 public healthcare staff across 76 provinces in Thailand.
Thailand is home to over 67 million citizens characterized by an increasingly ageing population where as much as a quarter of its population will be over 65 years of age by 2050. Confronted by growing burden of its existing healthcare system and patient expectations, MoPH needed to leverage information and communication technology (ICT) to improve the quality and coordination of healthcare services and provide more affordable, accessible care for patients, providers and facilitators.
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Health Systems Research Institute (HSRI) is an autonomous state agency with legal entity established by the Health Systems Research Institute Act of 1992. It plays role of supporting research study for new bodies of knowledge and strategies used in developing policies or in planning health system development, conforming to economic and social situations of the country.
HSRI was designed as a small agency to allow the institute more flexibility to function in the ever-evolving economic, social and political environment. Working in partnership with multilevel public and private agencies, the Executive Board is chaired by the Ministry of Public Health, provides guidance and direction for HSRI’s strategic plans and performance. It consists of nine permanent members and seven senior experts.
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The Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology (IPST) is the main organization for research and development of curriculum, instructional materials, and teacher professional development to enhance the quality of science, mathematics and technology education of Thai youth to be on a par with international standards by focusing on problem solving and innovation skills that improve the quality of manpower in Thailand.
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ประเทศไทยมีความมั่นคงด้านพลังงาน เป็นศูนย์กลางพลังงานในภูมิภาคเอเชีย เศรษฐกิจฐานรากมีความเข้มแข็งจากภาคพลังงาน
เสริมสร้างความมั่นคงทางพลังงาน เพื่อรองรับการเติบโตทางเศรษฐกิจ และพัฒนาพลังงานในระดับพื้นที่ที่เป็นมิตรต่อสิ่งแวดล้อม
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The College of Music, Mahidol University was established with an aim to produce music students of high quality, with good taste and with a social conscience. Such aims are reflected in all components that make up the college; the curriculum, buildings, and activities organised by the college etc. From its establishment in 1995 to the present, the College has expanded, developed and progressed in all aspects, from teaching quality, number of students, buildings, social and international missions. The College retains huge potential for future expansion.
Realizing that the grandeur of material constructions does not necessarily reflect their true merits, the College values the intellectual and emotional nourishment of its students and personnel towards their goals and enables them to become a pillar of the music society and the country.
The progress of the College of Music is the proof of the development in quality of all involved parties.The future of the College of Music is therefore not about the future of a music college, but about the future of a musical utopia in a borderless world.
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National Office of Buddhism is an organization that drives Buddhist Affairs’ mission through stability, lead moral society and sustainable peace.
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The Office of Contemporary Art and Culture serves as an organization fostering cultural assets to raise economic and social value based on contemporary art and culture, supporting cooperation and exchanging lesson-learned among network parties in conformity with Thai culture that leads to sustainable society.
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