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The SPD Program continues to reach out to the wider policy and academic community in order to expand our professional network. Below is our story with the Japanese social welfare organization.
1. NPO FUKUSHI-BUNKA MIRAI NET KUMAMOTO, MARCH 2016:
Dean, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kowit Puang-Ngam visited Kumamoto Prefecture to attend the conference of the NPO "Fukushi-Bunka Mirai Net Kumamoto". The Thammasat University Faculty of Social Administration and the NPO are continuing an exchange of human resource and field trips, and since the establishment of educational MoU on October 2015, this training exchange are now to be accepted in converting the credits for Thammasat student’s grades.
2. Improving the Teaching of Social Work to the Students:
Our Dean expressed, "In Thailand, still, manufacturing social welfare upon elderly and social works are not well conducted to the society and we are aggressive to learn from Japan. Such this exchange leads our future and more improvements needs to be done." This exchange began in 2007, and 40 students had participated in the program. This year, May 5th to 28th, 5 students from Thammasat University began their training at child and elderly welfare facilities. The student implied "We study to aim a goal to expand the teachings of social work in Thailand".