Arakan

The land that is known as Arakan by the foreigners is called Rakhaing-pray by its own people, Rakhaing-thar (Arakanese) who were titled this name in honour of preservation on their national heritage and ethics or morality.

Information for flood donation

Posted by Arakan Indobhasa Saturday, October 8, 2011

Information for flood donation as below...

  Ruam Jai Chuay Phai Nam Tuam (The Heartfelt Help for Flood Victims Project)
Bank: Krung Thai Bank, Nana Nua Branch
Account Number: 000-033000-0
Contributions in the form of food, supplies and goods can be made at:
- Krung Thai Bank, all branches within Bangkok and surrounding provinces
- The Post Publishing Company Limited
136 Na Ranong Road, Sunthorn Kosa, Klong Toey, Bangkok
- All Centara Hotels & Resorts throughout the country

  Prime Minister's Office
Bank: Krung Thai Bank, Government House sub-branch
Account Name: PM's Office's Relief Fund for Flood Victims
Account Number: 067-0-06895-0

The Thai Red Cross Society
Bank: Siam Commercial Bank, Thai Red Cross Society branch
Account Number: 045-3-04190-6
Fax deposite slip to: 02-250-0120

Rajaprajanugroh Foundation
Bank: Siam Commercial Bank, Palace's Office sub-branch (Sanam Sua Pa)
Account Name: Rajaprachanugrah Foundation
Account Number: 401-636319-9

Bank: TMB Bank
Account Name: Rajaprachanugroh Foundation, Sanam Sua Pa branch
Account Number: 046-2-44777-2
Fax deposit slip to: 02-281-1423

Public Health Ministry
Bank: Siam Commercial Bank
Account Name: Public Health Ministry for Flood Victims
Account Number: 340-2-11600-7
For more information, call 02-590-7104-5, 02-590-7196

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A strong stream of floodwater beside a road.

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Children relax on the flooded street.

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Locals gather in the middle of the road to play with flood water.

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An old woman rows a small boat through a flooded area to retrieve food and other supplies.

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 To move around, locals have two choices - either wade through chest-deep water or row a boat.


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