The Mae Fah Luang Arboretum at Doi Chang Moob

Situated on Doi Chang Moob, at 1,500 meters above sea level, the highest peak of the Nang Nawn (Reclining Woman) Range along the Thai-Myanmar border, this was once along an important opium trafficking route. The area has now been turned into an arboretum in the midst of pine forests, native Sorrel Himalayan Cherry trees and
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Living University

The Mae Fah Luang Foundation prides ourselves on being a ‘living university’, offering lessons on Sustainable Alternative Livelihood Development (SALD). We aspire to spread the Princess Mother’s guiding principles, our development best practices and lessons learned. Since 1988, the Mae Fah Luang development approach has established a strong foundation in various fields such as rural
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Principles

On 9 February 2016, HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn remarked during the MFLF Board Meeting that school children along the border areas were still illiterate despite being in Mathayom 3 level. Thai language skills would help improve their opportunities for education and access to better livelihoods, information and communication to prevent exploitation. This would help
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DoiTung Brand

There are now five business units under the DoiTung Brand: handcrafted products, coffee and macadamia food products, Café DoiTung, horticulture and tourism.
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Navuti

Navuti Company was set up in 1989 as a partnership between the public and private sectors and the people, with technical know-how from the government, funding from the private sector, and implementation by the local community, making it one of the first corporate social responsibility endeavours in Thailand. Six private entities – the Crown Property
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