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Termsak Poonyawithitwanich, President of the Rotary Club of Sattahip, Saowanee Thongkum, President of the Rotary Club of Pattaya Marina Club and Thanaset Tumthong Chair of the Pattaya Attorney Council together with their members collect for a photo with the Pattaya Remand Jail authorities.

2 regional Rotary clubs signed up with the Attorney Council of Pattaya on a see to Pattaya Remand Jail on International Women’s Day.

Members from the Rotary clubs of Pattaya Marina and Sattahip brought 40,000 baht in toiletries and clothes to females at the Nong Plalai jail March 8.

Pattaya Marina Club President Saowanee Thongkum and Sattahip President Termsak Poonyawithitwanich signed up with Attorney Council head Thanaset Tumthong brought soap, tooth brushes, cleaning agent, sanitary napkins, underclothing and more to the female prisoners.

Warden Thanakrit Kaewboonthong invited the Rotarians and thanked them for the contribution.
Pattaya Remand Jail presently houses 2,000 prisoners, 10% of whom are females. A lot of prisoners can’t protect such individual products unless they are brought by relative.

Rotarians discovered that the Pattaya Remand Jail presently houses 2,000 prisoners, 10% of whom are females. A lot of prisoners can’t protect individual products unless they are brought by relative.

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