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15 Aug 2017 description

SATUN, 14 August 2017 (NNT) – The Satun Provincial Office of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation is rushing assistance to the southern resort island of Koh Lipe as many residents have been impacted by floods.

13 Aug 2017 description

UBON RATCHATHANI, 11th August 2017 (NNT) – Various agencies have continued to collect and hand out aid for flood victims in the northeast.

Ubon Ratchathani Governor Somsak Jungtrakul received a donation of drinking water from private companies to be passed on to those in need in both the province’s Muang district and Warinchamrap district.

Muang Khon Kaen District Chief Chatchai Uncharoen led his agents in distributing 100 survival bags to flood sufferers in tree sub-districts.

13 Aug 2017 description

BANGKOK, 12th August 2017 (NNT) – The King Prajadhipok's Institute has made a donation of 50,000 baht to help flood victims in the northeastern region of Thailand.

On behalf of the flood victims, National Legislative Assembly (NLA) President Pornpetch Wichitcholchai accepted 50,000 baht from the King Prajadhipok's Institute and offered his appreciation to the institute for its kind act.

13 Aug 2017 description

SATUN, 12th August 2017 (NNT) - Days of heavy rain in Satun have triggered a flood that is striking the southern province’s resort island Koh Lipe.

Police officers of Koh Lipe Police Station have rushed to flood-torn areas to help the villagers move their belongings to higher ground. The deluge has reportedly swamped the roads leading to a luxury resort and two villages.

10 Aug 2017 description

BANGKOK, 10 August 2017 (NNT) – The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives has begun paying out aid funds in accordance with a Cabinet decision, urging all to donate to flood relief efforts.

At Roi Et province, Commander of the 27th Military Circle Maj Gen Natchanok Sirithipatanon led the passing out of survival bags and other relief goods to flood victims suffering under waters from the Chi River. Many have complained of foot infections caused by the stagnant water and a shortage of drinking water.