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Nakhon Pathom - ThailandRight To Play Thailand Foundation in collaboration with Ban Pranee Juvenile Vocational Training Centre for Girls and Ban Pranee Juvenile Observation and Protection Centre for Girls organized Sport Day for Life Skills Development integrating with Global Peace Day. Throughout the event, all youth not only enjoyed playing sports and performance show, they also learnt and practiced sportsmanship, planning skill, problem solving skill and team-working skill through sports and play integrated with life skills development. On this occasion, volunteer teen idol, Mook Sirinrat Vidhyaphum from Channel 3 Thailand, visited and played sports with the youth.
The smiling faces of all youth, Mook, Youth Rehabilitation Centre staff and Right To Play staff at the end of the day reflected happiness and valuable experiences from this activity. This obviously shown that "Sports and Play" is universal, everyone can play and learn together.
Bangkok - Thailand Mr.Amnat Wichayanuwat, Assistant Secretary General of Office of the Basic Education Commission (OBEC) has presided as the President Delegate of Office of the Basic Education Commission to meet with Mr.Kevin Frey, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Right To Play from their Headquarters in Canada, together with the staff of Right To Play Thailand Foundation. Discussions were held to facilitate the cooperation between OBEC and Right To Play Thailand Foundation in enhancing the continuous works in developing life skills for the students in Thailand by using sports and play as an innovation, which is a learning tool under a holistic approach for education and sustainable child development. Learn more http://www.obec.go.th/news/74102
The 9th Annual Friendship Games were held in Umphang District, Tak Province, Thailand on March 5th, 2016. This friendly, mixed gender, sports tournament brings together young refugee athletes from Nupo camp that including out of school primary children from ACCESS program and Thai students from the Umphang wittayakhom School, Chumchon Ban Umpang primary school, Yamokee primary school and Samakee primary school to share the day competing in football and tackraw games. This annual event aims to build and strengthen the relationship between the Thai host community and the refugee camps. This year’s event saw over 150 athletes take part in the games and Umphang District Chief represent from Thai Ministry of Interior presided over for the opening ceremonies.