PANDORA the world’s largest jewellery manufacturer built a learning centre for disabled at Suan Boon Choo Project, Lamphun
Recently, PANDORA Production, the world’s largest jewellery manufacturer based in Bangkok and Lamphun under the renowned Danish brand ‘PANDORA’ has collaboration with Ban Suan Boon Choo project in Tawanchai Foundation which was established for the disabled and underprivileged in Thailand on the sufficiency economy philosophy of the King Rama IX by providing THB 1,600,000 to build 9 buildings including shelter house, activity building and lavatory for the disabled which is expected to be finished by December 2017 while the area around will be used for growing vegetable and farming, expected to be finished in 2018.
Mr Lars R Neilsen, Vice President and General Manager of Lamphun Plant invited Phra Thep Pariyat, the dean of Chiang Mai monks and the abbot of Wat Ched Yod (Royal Temple) presided over the piling ceremony on approximate 1-rai land at Ban Suan Boon Choo at Tawanchai Foundation, Moo5, Ban Nong Hiang, Nong Ham, Muang, Lamphun.
‘I feel fascinated and admired the spirit of all disabled people here. Although they cannot walk, they can do their daily routine and work like normal people. They can take care of themselves, do farming as well as grow vegetable for them and other members in the group. I am very confident that with determination and passion of PANDORA that wish to help Thai disabled by not only improving their quality of life but also developing them to live sustainably and happily in the society’ said Mr Neilsen.