Seventy-seven single mothers, one from each of the 77 provinces across the country, who have been struggling to make ends meet in the wake of the spread of Covid have been selected to receive cooking equipment and other kitchenware so they can set up small catering businesses to earn extra income. Chuti Krairiksh, Minister of Social Development and Human Security, said on Monday the project is being co-hosted by his ministry and the Tesco Lotus supermarket chain. As well as cooking equipment and other kitchen utensils worth 2. Under the project, Mr Chuti said the ministry's Department of Women's Affairs and Family Development will be provide cooking courses using Zoom due to the Covid situation. Panya Chuaikit, 47, who lives with son on Soi Lat Phrao in Bang Kapi after after separating from her partner, said she normally cooked rice and curry to sell on the street but that income has dried up recently. However, she said her community had set up a cooperative to provide financial assistance to those worst affected by the current economic downturn.
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The purpose of this paper is to study and compare knowledge and skills in basic care for the dependent elderly of health volunteers before and after the increase in ability program participation. Quasi experimental research includes one group pretest-posttest design. The research was conducted from January to March The samples were 30 health volunteers in Nakorn Pathom Province selected by purposive sampling. They were all female, aged 20—50 years, with minimal education level of early secondary school and were current or former health volunteers. The increase ability program consisted of lecture and skill practice by demonstration and individual replay demonstration. The tool for collecting data was a questionnaire for the evaluation of knowledge and skills in basic care for the dependent elderly.
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Phra Pathommachedi is the tallest stupa in Thailand. The top of its spire reaches The name Phra Pathommachedi means the first holy stupa,  given by king Mongkut.