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Ministries sign memorandum on lifelong human personnel development

 

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BANGKOK, 31 March 2017 (NNT) - Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha has chaired the signing of a memorandum on lifelong human personnel development, which aims to ensure government assistance to citizens of all ages. 

The memorandum was signed by the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, Ministry of the Interior, Ministry of Education, and Ministry of Public Health, with the aim of mobilizing the country’s 20-year plan on human personnel development and the Thailand 4.0 agenda. 

The agenda for early childhood development includes the “4H” policy of developing the “head, hand, health, and heart,” through measures such as instilling a moral code, encouraging critical thinking, developing life skills, and ensuring proper physical development of children. 

Meanwhile, the agenda for senior citizens development includes the “3S” policy of “strong, security, and social,” which includes healthcare support, ensuring safety, and encouraging participation in society through measures such as establishing senior citizens' associations and policies designed to increase employment and access to services. 

Gen Prayut stressed the importance of collaboration according to the Pracharat model in mobilizing each agenda.

 
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Critical thinking is outlawed by article 44? How does this agenda translate to help the most needy in the poorer areas of Thailand. Approximately 6% of GDP is spent in Issan, with about 65% is spent in Bangkok. Won't be able to mobilize the agenda in the north as not enough buses; people can't hop in the back of the pick up without seat belts.

 

Someone will miss out and there will be tears.

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It sounds all good, but signing a piece of paper means nothing.  Make it policy with financial backing and details that spell out exactly how it will work.  Same as the BS in the USA now.  DT can only sign papers, but cant seem to get any legislation through.

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9 hours ago, Chris Lawrence said:

Critical thinking is outlawed by article 44? How does this agenda translate to help the most needy in the poorer areas of Thailand. Approximately 6% of GDP is spent in Issan, with about 65% is spent in Bangkok. Won't be able to mobilize the agenda in the north as not enough buses; people can't hop in the back of the pick up without seat belts.

 

Someone will miss out and there will be tears.

Bangkok gets the lions share

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