SEA cooperated with Thai AGA by participating in the “Bangkok Animal Welfare Network Project” on March 16 2009.

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Mint presents the Concordian International School's Elephant poem to the Deputy Governor of Bangkok.


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The Bangkok Animal Welfare Network Project”  meeting at the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration


We attended “Return elephant to country, to nature and return happiness of elephant”  seminar in Surin province on October 30-31 2009.

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  We delivered our campaigning products (T-shirts and pins) to the Governor of Bangkok, Surin, Burirum, and the Deputy Governor of Bangkok during the seminar about solving the problems faced by the elephants and their mahouts in Surin.





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We delivered some of our school products to the Governor of Surin.


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The governor of Bangkok gives a speech of gratitude to those who are involved in the "Chang Yim" Project in helping solve problems of the home elephants and their mahouts.





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The governor of Bangkok gave a speech about the importance of elephant’s welfare


On the 20th December, 2009, we went to the Thai Cultural Center to sell campaigning products to raise more funds.

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SEA members and volunteers gather to sell SEA T-shirts and Pins to raise more funds.


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Busy at work.

SEA Donated 37,000 baht to the Thai Government's Chang Yim Project at the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration on 28th January, 2010.

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We presented 37,000 baht to the Governor of Thailand.

Food Diary Interview on 2nd March, 2010

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We were interviewed on our project.

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