WBO “Kids Drug Free” Program For Youth Slated In Twelve Different Provinces In Thailand
Bangkok Thailand – In what sure to be a good deed for children in the Kingdom of Thailand after the destruction of ravage flood waters which left half of the nation residents of Thailand homeless we at least had something to cheer about. The World Boxing Organization came in good that had put smiles to children’s faces after receiving their generous donation of Educational goods, bags, t-shirts, games and prizes on their five day program.
World Boxing Organization had again extended their hands this year to reach out to children’s of Thailand to stay off drugs. The difference this time was not the usual only one province that they had attended to as they had done couple previous years ago with drug free program, but this time had extended over-whelming generous gift giving for (12) twelve provinces at Thailand, Kalasin, Khonkaen, Nakornpankom, Buengran, Mahasarakam, Mukdahan, Royet, Loei, Sakonnakorn, Hongkrai, Hnongbaolampoo and Udon Thani to be exact.
The extra attention was due to the fact of the need of help after heavy flooding that took place at Thailand late last year that was a major concern for everyone especially for student that lost everything in schools as well as there home.
World Boxing Organization headed by Francisco Valcarcel wanted to do more for Drug Free program this year exercising extra funds to Thailand. The WBO WKDF program was surely a success and together with Thailand’s Narcotics Region 4 director Mr. Songkram Khamtonwong we where more then satisfied of helping out more then we could this year. Panoncillo informed.
The Office of Narcotic office, Region 4 helped us along the way to coordinate this special event. 19 schools attended this special gathering at Kaenloengjan Resort coordinated by Mrs. Vimana Wayteegul, the WKDF program first had commence on May 3, 2012 starting at Bannhongna Elementary School (Province of Kurat) directed by Mr. Sorawith Joomket, at Noonsoon District Nakornratchasima.
Providing needy children with educational supplies, special lucheon and games for ages 8 up to 14. They where given school bags, Educational books and money for individual child to help out their tuition for their school project, 450 students attended in that session.
Then after, WBO WKDF program proceeded to Kaenloengjan Resort on June 17, 2012 in a five day program which they provided for hundred of student accommodated and feed them through-out their stay.
There were daily student activities, such as educational games special project interacting with other students giving presentation on how they would pass along what they have learned during that five days about drugs.
Students were also given a special educational scholarship for each school district to continue on with their campaign of staying off drugs. Students during that five days drug free activity received student bags, No Drugs T-shirts, school supplies and money to help out their education.
By Phitak Canthajun