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Photo Release: Esso and Volunteer Employees in Science Education Support via Caravan and Lab Kits at Ban Nongsarai School, Kanchanaburi

          Dr.Taweesak Bunluesin (7th left, back row), director and Public and Government Affairs manager of Esso (Thailand) Public Company Limited and Mrs. Matana Sutatham (6th left, back row), president of Esso Employee Club along with Mr. Suwarong Wongsiri (5th right, back row), vice president of National Science Museum, chaired science caravan activities and donated science lab kit to Ms. Lawan Jeenthong, director of Ban Nongsarai School.
          In coordination with the National Science Museum, Esso held this activity as part of the efforts to advance science education for youth in the rural areas while Ban Nongsarai School was selected by the winning team from the Step and Run for Education contest which was held among Esso and ExxonMobil employees in Thailand. 
          Esso has supported the science caravan by National Science Museum to promote science learning beyond the classroom for youth nationwide since 2016. The science caravan consists of interactive science exhibition, STEM maker challenge and fun science shows. In 2018, the science caravan travelled to 54 provinces in Thailand.
In addition to the Ban Nongsarai School, this activity will be held at Wat Chulamanaee School in Ayutthaya, Kuruchon Pattana School in Yala and Ban Wang Kwang School in Pattani. All selected schools are under the patronage of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej for sustainable education and students' moral values development.
          Executives from left to right at Ban Nongsarai School, Nong Prue district, Kanchanaburi province are:          
          Mrs. Matana Sutatham (6th left, back row), president of Esso Employee Club
          Dr.Taweesak Bunluesin (7th left, back row), director and Public and Government Affairs manager of Esso
          Ms. Lawan Jeenthong (6th right, back row), director of Ban Nongsarai School
          Mr. Suwarong Wongsiri (5th right, back row), vice president of National Science Museum
          Along with winning employees from Step and Run for Education, teachers and students from Ban Nongsarai School.