Multi-purpose Building Supported by Ajinomoto Foundation
The 2nd branch of the house (Mae Lao) has no cafeteria, so the children have no healthy food to eat.
A project was then created by a group of engineering students from three universities;
1. King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok
2. Mahidol University
3. Rajabhat Lampang University
The project was given a budget of 400,000 Baht from Ajinomoto Foundation.
And a team of volunteers from the Ajinomoto Foundation helps build a multi-purpose building (cafeteria) for the children. It takes about half a month to build.
You can watch a video that interviews students attending the camps and children in the Foundation via the video below, or review the pictures of construction by clicking here.
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