Mr. Raywat Phonluken, Vice President of the Chonburi Provincial Administration Organization (PAO), delivers survival bags to the community at Wat Damsamakkii.
The Chonburi Provincial Administration Organization (PAO) of Pattaya city recently delivered survival bags to deter inundation for flood victims.
Recently Mr. Raywat Phonluken, Vice President of the Chonburi PAO, Mr. Prakorn Sukonchart, Pattaya City Manager and Council members joined with the city welfare division and led authorities in delivering survival bags to the communities at Wat Damsamakkii and Pattaya areas which revently suffered flood problems .
In his speech, Mr. Raywat stated that the storm which swept through the country in early October resulted in several areas experiencing flood problems. The Chonburi PAO, together with Mr. Ittipol Khhunpluem, Pattaya Mayor, were quick to request the authorities and all parties concerned to resolve the problems and listen to the complaints from the flood victims. With the distribution of the survival bags to the communities at Wat Damsamakkii and Pattaya, it is hoped that this will go some way towards giving encouragement to those who have been affected.
Mr. Prakorn Sukonchart also stated that Pattaya city has an existing policy to prevent flood problems particularly through the “Kaem Ling” (“Monkey Cheek”) project. To alleviate flooding from heavy rainfall, the authorities have installed water pumps to hasten drainage and give around-the-clock assistance to the general public.
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