In the last several months, Thailand has faced a pandemic crisis from the Covid-19 virus. The Winserve Corporation Group has jointly sponsored assistance through donations. Whether money, Consumables or donation system software. We also had created a website for the Fight COVID Volunteer Project as another force to drive Thailand through this pandemic crisis. Though the number of people infected in the country has decreased, we all still have to carry out our daily lives with care, especially during this time when the school reopen.
In this regard, the Good Governance Medical Foundation and students in the Good Governance Medical Certificate Program, Year 1-8, have collaborated with Phramongkutklao Hospital to establish a project “Thai Kids Fight COVID (#TKFC)”. A medium for sharing fabric masks for primary school children in rural areas. Winserve Corporation Group has developed the donation system software, including creating a donation website and backend management system. With Ms Arunee Kowitwiratham, Product Manager, Blue Seas Enterprise Co., Ltd., as the representative, attended the operational plan meeting for the system and website concept, as well as inspecting the place for storing fabric masks together with Dr Thanakrit Chintavara, Vice-director of the Government Big Data institute, at the Research Development Agency Phramongkutklao Hospital And Phramongkutklao College of Medicine on 1 July 2020.
Ms Arunee Kowitwiratham, along with Ms Nithinan Karuhawanit, Executive Director of Winserve Corporation Group, participated in the press conference to launch the project “Thai Kids Fight COVID (#TKFC)”. In the press conference Professor Emeritus Clinic Dr Udom Khachintorn, Vice President of the Good Governance Medical Foundation, press conference key speaker, together with Air Chief Marshal Itthaporn kanajaroen, Secretary-General of Good Governance Medical Foundation Dr Yingiang Chandrakamol, President of the Thai Kids Fight COVID (#TKFC) and the project sponsors share the objectives and the project details on 2 July 2020, at the Chanthanarenthorn Meeting Room, 2nd floor, Office of the Permanent Secretary.