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แผนผู้สูงอายุแห่งชาติ ฉบับที่ 2 (พ.ศ. 2545-2564) ฉบับปรับปรุงครั้งที่ 1 พ.ศ. 2552/The 2nd National Plan on the Elderly 2002-2021, 1st Revision 2009

The National Committee on the Elderly he National Committee on the Elderly, The ministry of Social Development and Human Security Thailand Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Thailand 1 January 2009 Policy document elderly care, social development

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The 2nd National Plan on the Elderly (NPE) (2002 – 2021) serves as the key strategic plan for undertakings on the elderly entering into force from 2002 where in 2007 the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security performs the monitoring and evaluating the implementation of NPE therein the recommendations are concluded for modification of NPE to suit the present
social situations which have changed.

The present National Policy for the Elderly contains the new measures to underlie and comply with the change in social situation and the elderly problem conditions such as encouraging the saving disciplines in all ages, budgetary allocation to support activities for the elderly run by local administration organizations, encouraging of long-term care, systematization and plans for assistance in case of disasters, provincial and local networks on administration and development of the elderly, etc., and specify the 1st and the 2nd focal points for implementing the determined strategies and measures as the key agencies in monitoring the operation under NPE subsequently.


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