FirstMeet!

Our volunteers who joined the camp came from a number of difference places and universities, but everyone got on well when they first met each other. We started our mission by separating the volunteers into groups and played some ice-breaking games. The fun was only just beginning!

Volunteer’s Camp, Mission for Our Country - Singha-R-SA
Volunteer’s Camp, Mission for Our Country - Singha-R-SA

  Mission Assigned

The camp’s main objective was to let the volunteers think about what they can do for the country and region by brainstorming. During the camp, the volunteers created and were inspired many ideas that can be implemented in the future.

Listen and Share Experience

The camp’s special activity was when Thai Navy SEALs shared their experiences about rescuing the 13 stranded football players from Tham Luang Cave in Chiang Rai. While listening, we all felt like we were in the situation and how they helped them and approached the incident. This was a particularly worthwhile experience for our volunteers.

Volunteer’s Camp, Mission for Our Country - Singha-R-SA
Volunteer’s Camp, Mission for Our Country - Singha-R-SA

Making the Firebreak

The most important activity at the camp for our volunteers was making a firebreak in Chiang Rai’s forest which we prepared for especially before the camp. On the day, officers from the Department of National Parks, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation attended the camp to give us intensive training before we traveled to Banhuaymuang and BanSanpuloei Village in Maesuai District, Chiang Rai province. We then made concentrated efforts to build the firebreak step-by-step following the lessons we learned. By the end, we were all covered in dust!

We are Singha R-SA

Whoever you are, while you are part of Singha R-SA camp, everybody is a friend who loves doing good things for other people. Attending the camp made all of us closer and we also talked, shared, and inspired new ideas for the next mission, with someone suggesting that the energy of youths—especially Singha R-SA’s volunteers—is unlimited.