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Labour Minister’s Advisor Inspects Project to Promote, Protect and Develop Informal Workers in 1 Tambon 1 Village Universal Social Security Project

Date: 
Friday, 08 November 2019

          On November 8, 2019, at 14.00 hours, Advisor to the Labour Minister Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jak Punchoopet inspected and followed-up operations of the Samut Songkhram Skill Development Office, as well as the results of the 1 Tambon 1 Village, Universal Social Security Project at Sala Prachakhom, Saphan Boonyindee Village, Moo 5, Mueang Mai, Amphawa, Samut Songkhram.

 

 

 

          In 2020, the Ministry of Labour established an urgent policy to promote protection and develop informal workers to have a career, income, social security, and a better quality of life. The Ministry of Labour is aware and gives importance to such matters, where, in the past, it has propelled policies to concrete results. Agencies under the Ministry of Labour in Samut Songkhram have integrated the creation of a model to assist informal workers in 2 areas, including an integrated project to promote, protect, and develop informal labour in Samut Songkhram by jointly arranging training courses to elevate training in product development in line with market demand. The training in April 2019 practiced how to make hot-pressed coconut oil with avocado for 20 informal workers in the coconut restoration and conservation community. The trainees applied knowledge gained and increased distribution channels to the extent that the products became widely needed in the market, and consistently generated income for trainees and group members.
          In addition, the network has also expanded to comply with Article 40 of the Social Security Office. The 1 Tambon 1 Village, Universal Social Security Project, was 100 percent fully operational at Moo 2, Khwae Om, Amphawa, Samut Songkhram.
 

 

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Division of Public Relations/
News & photos by CHanchai Chaonongphian/
8 November 2019