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UBS Officers Volunteered on Community Service and Flood Rehabilitation at Wat Bua Kwan School in Pathum Thani Province, THAILAND
June 14, 2012
 
In cooperation with The Education for Development Foundation (EDF), UBS Securities (Thailand) Limited and the dedicating volunteers from UBS across the globe participated in community service in Pathum Thani Province, Thailand at Wat Bua Kwan School in Amphoe Lat Lum Kaeo, Pathum Thani Province.
With cooperation from the school teachers, students, representatives from Primary Educational Service Pathum Thani Zone 1, Wat Bua Kwan School Board of Management, and the locals, UBS volunteers helped together on the making vegetable gardening blocks covered with sunscreen net on the top, making a recyclable waste storage, cleaning and repainting a classroom, painting ‘Save-the-World’ fabric bags, and teaching English to students.  In addition, they also enjoyed fun games with the students.  That day event was meaningful to everyone in that they all helped together with every effort to rebuild the school from the flood damage.
 
Besides, the UBS volunteers also presented one set of refrigerator for the storage of student’s lunch food supply as the old set was destroyed by flood, as well as stationery and necessary study materials.























2012-06-25 | Latest News & Activities | เปิดอ่าน 2234

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