April is the hottest month of the year in Thailand, and every April drought affects many areas of the country. This year the SINGHA R-SA student network of Khon Kaen University went to give their supp
“Mingalaba” or “Hello.” On 16 and 17 December, Singha Volunteers, together with the Singha Beer agent stationed in Tachileik, students from the Singha Volunteer Army from Maw Fah Luang, and Internatio
Singha R-SA with volunteers joined the “Paddling for Chao Phraya River” project to support nature conservation.
After flooding, there was a great deal of waste on the beach, so Singha R-SA traveled to Koh Chang District, Trad Province, to help clean up.
Singha R-SA organized the meetings in the southern region of Thailand, which were joined by volunteers from 10 universities.
Singha R-SA cleared water hyacinths from the Phrayabanlue canal to solve the flooding problem in Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Province.
Singha R-SA restored and cleaned the recently-flooded areas after the water-level decreased at Phibun Mangsahan District, Ubon Ratchathani Province.
Singha R-SA settled in Ubon Ratchathani to help flood victims caused by the Podul windstorm during 1-27 September.
Singha R-SA traveled to the Capital District of Sukhothai Province to help the flood victims affected by the Podul and Kajiki windstorms.
Singha R-SA traveled to take drinking water and rice to the flood victims living in Kamkuenkeaw District, Yasothon Province.