BMA’s volunteers together produce audiobooks in honor of His Majesty the King

On 23rd July, Pol.Gen. Aswin Kwanmuang, Governor of Bangok, presented Volunteer Spirit Certificates to participants of the project on producing audiobooks for the blinds or the visually impaired in honor of His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Phra Vajiraklaochaoyuhua on the auspicious occasion of the Royal Coronation.  The project aims to support the royal wishes in lifelong learning promotion and to develop quality of life of the blinds or the visually impaired.

Target of the project is to produce various types of audiobooks for the blinds or the visually impaired, for example, textbooks ranging from secondary-education level to Master’s Degree level, literature, general knowledge, science, nature, environment, economic affairs, finance, investment, short stories,  non-fictions, tourism, etc. and deliver to the TAB Foundation.

In this regard, the BMA’s Education Department selected 200 participants among BMA ordinary civil officials, teacher civil officials and educational personnel, and the general public to participate in this project and 114 audiobooks were produced.

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