AMCHAM Thailand Foundation (ATF) with Aetna Health Insurance Donates 109 sets of Computers to Schools in Nonthaburi

AMCHAM Thailand Foundation with Aetna Health Insurance Together Donate 109 sets of Computers to Schools in Nonthaburi

On December 14 at the Nonthaburi Education Area District Office 2, the American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand Foundation (ATF) along with member company Aetna Health Insurance donated 109 sets of computers to 30 schools in Nonthaburi.

Damian J Delaney, Managing Director, Aetna Health Insurance; Sarawan Dever, Deputy Director, AMCHAM Thailand; and Kunthaphatt Nutapotipan, Director of Marketing and Product Development, Aetna Health Insurance; presented the computers to Dr. Orawan Saengsuwan, Director and Dr. Dujdao Tobangpa, Deputy Director, Nonthaburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2; to distribute these computers to schools in the area. The schools were identified by Nonthaburi Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. Dr. Orawan said “The schools were grateful for the donation since they do not have the budget to purchase the required computers.” The event was also attended by teachers and students from recipient schools.

Sarawan Dever, Deputy Director, AMCHAM Thailand; said that “AMCHAM member companies continue to invest in sustainable development of Thailand, and education is a top priority for these companies.” They provide funding for improving the quality of education, requisite skills training for students and teachers, and provide access to infrastructure to give these students an opportunity to fulfil their potential and better their lives. Many of ATF’s students have been employed by AMCHAM’s member companies. Since 1982 AMCHAM has supported almost 900 primary schools throughout Thailand under OBEC. In addition, ATF has provided more than 3,000 university scholarships since 1976.

As an established global healthcare insurer in Thailand, we strive to enhance the healthcare services we provide and serve as valuable partners to members on their healthcare journeys,” said Damian Delaney, Managing Director of Aetna Health Insurance (Thailand) Plc. “However, beyond serving our members, we also have a social responsibility towards the communities in which we operate. This donation benefits both the environment, as well as students and teachers who have had to transition into online learning and teaching due to the Covid-19 pandemic and social distancing regulations.”

About ATF

In 2004, AMCHAM formally registered the American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand Foundation (ATF) to carry out its charitable activities. The ATF is recognized by the Ministry of Finance as a Public Charitable Organization (number 632) and donations are deductible in Thailand.

About AMCHAM

The American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand (AMCHAM) is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization. With over 2,600 members representing over 650 American, Thai, and other international companies, AMCHAM is the leading international business association in Thailand. Member companies have cumulatively invested over U.S. $50 billion in Thailand and provided more than 200,000 local jobs.

If you would like to learn more about the Foundation, please visit: www.amchamthailand.com/foundation or contact Varsha Wadhwani, Communications Officer at AMCHAM, varsha@amchamthailand.com

About Aetna Health Insurance

Aetna International, a CVS Health company, is committed to helping create a stronger, healthier global community by delivering comprehensive health care benefits and population health solutions worldwide. One of the largest providers of international private medical insurance, Aetna International serves more than 900,000 members worldwide, including expatriates, local nationals and business travelers. Its global benefits include medical, dental, vision and emergency assistance and, in some regions, life and disability. Aetna International also offers customised technological and health management solutions for health care systems, government entities and large employers to improve people’s health, enhance quality of care and contain costs. CVS Health ranked 5th in the Fortune 500 in 2020. For more information, see https://www.aetna.co.th/en/

APPENDIX 1

The donation was made to the following schools:

Chumchon Wat Bangkho Bang Yai
Watseneewong School Sai Noi
Watbangrakyai Bang Bua Thong
Watanakedittharam Bang Yai
Samakkeewittaya Pakkred
Watsalakun Pakkred
Sangprasert Bang Bua Thong
Watsrirat Bang Yai
Watpraongai Sai Noi
watmasongmittraparptee 55 Sai Noi
Banklongtonui Sai Noi
Somboonsartpatthana Sai Noi
Bandontalumpu (Charernjitwithaya) School Bang Yai
Chumchonwattonchuak Bang Yai
Watlakkorn School Sai Noi
Banklongprapimol Sai Noi
Kaewinsuthauthid Bang Yai
Watcheanglen School Pakkred
Klaisonsuksa Bang Bua Thong
Seangpateepratbumrung Bang Bua Thong
Wat Intaram (Song-won-u-tit) Pakkred
Rungruengwittaya Pakkred
Pracharatbumrung Bang Bua Thong
Banklongfarang Sai Noi
Jarearnrat Upatham Bang Bua Thong
Wattamnaknue Pakkred
Suraokhew Bang Bua Thong
Wat Klong Kwang(ChaRoonChon RartBumRoong) Sai Noi
Watklongtaklai Sai Noi
Banratniyom Sai Noi

 

 

 

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