The target participants will gain knowledge and experiences of the identified areas from business enthusiasts and top caliber professors of Ateneo de Manila University.
Each food pack costs 300 THB with five kgs of rice, 10 noodles, 10 eggs, 3 sardines, 1 cooking oil and mung bean.
Along the road, stories of laughter, tension, exhaustion, hunger, and success were rapidly printing like the banknotes in the Royal Mint of Spain.
Total cash donation as of April 24 is 198,589 THB. Below is the report for the first and second waves of distribution.
The Thailand-Philippines Business Council donated 200 packs (1,000 kgs) of rice and 500 pieces of fabric masks. Khàawp khun mâak!
To everyone who was instrumental in making this endeavor a success, our words are not enough to express our gratitude in doing your part. May our effort also inspire...
Any amount of help will make a big difference to our fellow OFWs affected by this epidemic.
As a precautionary measure, the Ateneo LSE Thailand’s Orientation Program has been moved to May 10, 2020.
To register, send a message to Ateneo LSE Thailand Facebook page.