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These programmes are intended to support families at risk of abandoning their children and to encourage families to stay together. The Chiang Rai family strengthening programme provides primarily medical and health support. The ceremony was presided over by Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsawali, which officially opened the 14 family houses which will provide a new family home to needy children. A nursery school adjacent to the village will provide a basic education to children, both from the village and the surrounding community. For poor families, especially for single mothers, the day care provided by the nursery is vital to enable them to earn a living and ensures that their children receive at least one hot meal every day.
The new village is located in Chiang Rai, capital of the northern province of the same name, in one of the poorest areas of Thailand.
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Local communities have traditionally cultivated poppies for the production of opium, which in addition to being illegal, causes drug-related problems as well as deforestation due to the slash and burn techniques used. The resulting ecological problems, such as flooding and landslides, simply add to the hardship for the people in the area. Scores of children, driven by poverty and malnutrition, cross the Thai-Burmese border every day. Because of the lack of schools in their home country or fees their families cannot afford to pay, most of these migrant children have never attended school and are therefore forced to earn their living by any means they can find.
Many of them do not speak the Thai language, and end up doing menial work in tea parlors, restaurants or hotels.
Many youngsters move to the larger cities in the South, where they hope to find a better life. The Thai government has launched a number of projects to help these children but there is still a great need for long-term family-based care.
Two of the family homes at the village have been converted into a temporary social centre, where children who suffer from malnutrition are cared for and supported back to health. The program will run until it is no longer necessary, when the two houses will once more be used as family homes. Facebook Comments. Originally posted by Kerensky :. Here's one of my nicer ships.
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It is an unlocked ship though, and the unlocked ships are miles better than the starter ships. Maybe next run I'll go back to a starter ship and see if I can get one of those to actually function properly like this. When i start SOS beacon in first sector only friendly trader ships come.
Is there a way to attack those? Originally posted by bstonebalboa :. Last edited by Joeyh ; 12 Oct, am. Yeah getting hit in the power generators hurts. I usually end up powering down my shields, sensors, and PD just to keep my guns active.
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One of the reasons why ship 2 should be the default, since you're always in the game as long as that super accurate heavy missile battery is up. For the rat boss I just fire two nukes at the same time at his shield generators and batteries.
They're further away from the 3 PDS s and they're at the front of the ship so there's less time for PDS to fire at them, so one of them will get through. Last edited by Greep ; 12 Oct, am. Yeah it's definitely optional, but I've seen it drop it's heavy missile once. One of the weirdest things is that the best drops are in the triple rat attacks which sometimes drop like 5 modules. Surviving the attack is one thing but losing crew can be a huge issue. Per page: 15 30 Date Posted: 11 Oct, pm. Posts: Discussions Rules and Guidelines. Sector 3 - No Ancient Gateway. Availability of the Early Access.
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