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  • Ambassador Davies and Mission Thailand staff traveled to Phrae province on May 18 to learn about vocational opportunities in Phrae, visit the Seri Thai Museum to learn about U.S.-Thai relations during World War II.

    Ambassador Davies and Mission Thailand staff traveled to Phrae province on May 18 to learn about vocational opportunities in Phrae, visit the Seri Thai Museum to learn about U.S.-Thai relations during World War II.

  • Consul General Michael G. Heath announced a State Department grant award of $69,974 (2,519,100THB) to Warm Heart Worldwide, Inc., for “A Breath of Fresh Air: Increasing Women's Public Health in Rural Northern Thailand” project.

    Consul General Michael G. Heath announced a State Department grant award of $69,974 (2,519,100THB) to Warm Heart Worldwide, Inc., for “A Breath of Fresh Air: Increasing Women's Public Health in Rural Northern Thailand” project.

  • Consul General joined Vice President of Chiang Mai University, award-winning director Kunnawut Boonreak at the Chiang Mai University Art Center for a special screening of Kunnawut's film Michael's.

    Consul General Michael Heath joined Vice President of Chiang Mai University, award-winning director Kunnawut Boonreak at the Chiang Mai University Art Center for a special screening of Kunnawut's film Michael's.

  • Consul General Michael Heath welcomed award-winning American Arts Envoy Tracy Lee Stum and her assistant Sharyn Chan to Chiang Mai for the USACNX 3D Art Showcase.

    Consul General Michael Heath welcomed award-winning American Arts Envoy Tracy Lee Stum and her assistant Sharyn Chan to Chiang Mai for the USACNX 3D Art Showcase.

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    Notice of Funding Opportunity: Young Women Lead! (Application Deadline: July 21, 2016)

    U.S. Embassy Bangkok announces the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for a new program whose goal is to debate and discussion the expansion of young women’s political, economic and social leadership in Thailand. The program will support the following activities: organizing a series of six sessions for young women leaders, ages 18-35, from Post’s Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative network.  

  • Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI).
    Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI)

    To nurture a regional network and strengthen leadership skills among ASEAN youth, the United States Government is pleased to invite Thai youth who are between the ages of 18-35 to register as members and be part of the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative (YSEALI).