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Thailand
Sustainability

CSR Educational Program

Tsunami

Tsunami project

BASF presented to the Thai Red Cross EURO 100,000 in 2004. The donation was contributed worldwide by BASF staff. And, in 2006 BASF supported to build Sport Hall at the Royal Thab Lamu School in Phang Nga province for those students who have been affected by Tsunami disaster since December 2004.

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Karen Kids

The Karen Kids Youth Center in Ban Pa Deng, Petchaburi in 2010

The center aims to improve living quality of the Karen ethnic minority and local Thai people. This project was funded by BASF Social Foundation with an investment of EUR 75,000. The objective of building the youth center is to provide education opportunities for young adults from the Karen ethnic minority and local Thai residents, focusing on income generating activities such as handicraft skills. The center will also provide separate living and sanitation facilities to enhance living quality.

Environmental Management 

BASF Supports Environmental Management at Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate in Thailand in 2007

(Right) Delegation from Ministry of Industry led by Deputy Minister received the Recommendations Report for the Environment Management in Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate from Dr. Monika Betz and Dr. Josef Schorr, the experts from the Environmental Monitoring Center of BASF SE. The cooperation between Thailand and BASF is a part of the government’s development plan for the environment management at the Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate in Rayong.

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BASF Kids' Lab

The BASF Kids’ Lab program is an interactive, fun and free chemistry education program designed for kids aged 6 to 12 years to discover the world of chemistry through simple and safe hands-on experiments. The program has been brought to more than 30 countries across the globe, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, Singapore, India and Japan. It was established in 1997 in Ludwigshafen, Germany. The program has been introduced to Thailand since 2004 and more than 10,000 children from primary schools across Thailand have experienced hands-on experiments at BASF Kids’ Lab.