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Field of Work: Economic Development
Nawee Nakwatchara is enabling farmers to become their own agents of change. His learning plots for alternative agriculture are stimulating farmers to experiment and contribute to a growing knowledge of locally appropriate agricultural practices. 
Field of Work: Human Rights
Angkhana Neelapaichit aims to end torture, arbitrary detention, forced disappearance and impunity in Thailand, where an effective law addressing these issues does not yet exist. In 2006 she founded Working Group on Justice for Peace (WGJP) to both respond to individual incidents of forced disappearance and state brutality, and to push for systematic reforms and government...
Field of Work: Health
Suthasinee Klui-Ngern has developed an interactive treatment method for youths with drug addiction problems. She trains former drug users, who have completed her program, to counsel newcomers and replicate her program by starting further treatment centers; in this fashion her approach is spreading rapidly in eastern Thailand.
Field of Work: Learning/Education
By incorporating local wisdom and tradition into the formal education curriculum, Jorni Odochow is enabling minority communities to confront challenges and embrace opportunities with dignity and respect for their rich heritage.
Field of Work: Economic Development
Peem Pakamaethawee is establishing Thailand's first natural farms designed to show that natural farming is a better alternative than chemical-based farming.
Field of Work: Learning/Education
Responding to an education system that fails to stimulate and prepare Thai children for the challenges of contributing to their emerging democracy and economy in transition, Porn Panosot is creating an alternative, process-oriented educational program in Thailand that promotes a balance between the physical, emotional, and intellectual development of each child.
Field of Work: Environment
Phra Boonsong, a Buddhist monk and the son of a gardener, is head of the Phranon Wat (temple) in southern central Thailand. He is spearheading a drive to make Thailand's Buddhist institutions environmental leaders in society and also to demonstrate new ways of increasing the fish population in the inland waterways and restoring tree cover chiefly through massive fruit...
Field of Work: Human Rights
In Thailand’s Deep South, Muhammad Ayub Pathan is empowering the silent majority to speak up for peace in the face of violent armed conflict. By broadening the participation of stakeholders, including women, youth, and both extremes of the conflict, Muhammad-Ayub is enabling communities affected by violence to foster the necessary conditions for initiating and sustaining...
Field of Work: Human Rights
This profile is dedicated to the memory of Narong Patibatsarakich who passed away in 2016. Narong Patibatsarakich, himself crippled in his early 20s, is putting together Thailand's many classes of disabled people to challenge the age-old belief that disability is a matter of dharma, something shameful and a penalty for bad behavior in an earlier life. Instead, he seeks to...
Field of Work: Environment
Witoon Permpongsacharoen, the son of a village rice farmer from central Thailand, has played a central role in developing Thailand's now powerful environmental movement. He plans to follow the problems that are spreading out from the region's economic dynamo, Thailand, to the weak surrounding countries of Burma and Indochina and create an environmental movement for the...