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One School One Project (OSOP)
One School One Project (OSOP) aims to teach students career and agricultural skills.  OSOP was designed for small rural schools with limited financial resources.  The program helps them initiate and manage projects that utilize local resources and teach the students vocational skills.  Previous projects include self-sufficient agriculture, integrated fish/chicken farming, mulberry tea production, banana-fiber weaving and elephant dung paper making.  EDF believes that rural students equipped with practical knowledge and skills can achieve a more independent and sustainable lifestyle.
EDF is helping by:  
  • EDF provides funding and support for project which is tailored to meet the needs of the school and the community.  In addition EDF offers guidance on  project management to the schools to ensure it is successful and sustainable.

First started:
   
1997 to present

Number of
beneficiaries:
   
140 schools

Sample Project (s):        
  School Grant Report 2008 (TH)









 



 

“I am a student of a plant bank project and
I am very proud to be a part of it. 
I get to make good use of my spare time
and to understand more about Sufficiency Economy.”

 
           
Upper secondary year 1 student
Kudbong Pittayakarn School, Nongkhai

     

 

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