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2011 Trainee

Trainee receiving certificate of completion from Mayor Matsui
Trainee receiving certificate of completion from Mayor Matsui

As part of the "Create Peace" program in our city, the City of Hiroshima established the Hiroshima International Cooperation Fund in 1995, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the atomic bombing. Since 1996, international cooperation projects were started with the aim of providing assistance in resolving urban problems in Asia related to environment and urban planning.

In 2011, the City of Hiroshima received as a trainee Ms. Wiriya Limpiteeprakan from Bangpra, Thailand.

Message from the Trainee

I am now applying in Thailand the techniques that I gained from the Hiroshima International Cooperation Program. For example, I am encouraging people to separate waste into three types - garbage, recyclable waste, and reusable waste. Others include establishing an environmental preservation course for students to encourage them to love the earth, and encouraging chief executives to grow small trees or flowers on their office balconies.

In my personal opinion, this two-month course was an excellent experience. Every subject in which Hiroshima provided training was beneficial. Studying for half the day, then going on a field trip for half the day was something I thought a strong point of the program.

I think it would be good if learning Japanese culture, and interacting with the community and school children, were introduced early in the course.


Presentation by the trainee
Presentation by the trainee

Trainee Profile

Name:Ms. Wiriya LIMPITEEPRAKAN

Position:Public Health Administrator, Office of the SAO, Division of Public Health and Environment (Bangpra, Thailand)

Main job duties:To strengthen and enforce laws and regulations related to public health, prevent hazardous waste production, improve environment and standard of life, promote food safety, undertake measures to control and prevent environmental issues such as garbage, waste, sewage, food-borne disease, and other environmental pollution - including periodic inspections of local restaurants and industrial facilities.

Training Program   2011.7.11-9.12

  7/11

 Arrival in Japan

  7/19 

 Visitation with Mayor Matsui, visit to the Peace Memorial Museum

  7/20

 First presentation made

  7/26-8/8

 Environment Bureau (11.5 days)

  8/10-11, 8/26

 Sewerage Bureau (3 days)

  8/12

 Planning and General Affairs Bureau (1 day)

  8/16,18,19, 9/6 

 Health and Welfare Bureau (4 days)

  8/22-25

 Urban Development Bureau (4 days)

  8/29-9/1

 Waterworks Bureau (3.5 days)

  8/29 

 Peace Promotion Division (0.5 day)

  9/7 

 Second presentation made

  9/8

 Visitation with Mayor Matsui

  9/12

 Leaving Japan

Other visits: Otafuku Sauce Co., Ltd., Mazda Museum, Hiroshima UNESCO Association (World Peace Bell Assembly), Kojin Genki up salon, Soroptimist International, Minami-kanon Elementary School, Minami-kanon Community Hall, Mayors for Peace secretariat (overview), attending the Peace Memorial Ceremony, homestay (August 5-7)

Inquiries regarding this site

International Relations Division, Citizens Affairs Bureau
Tel:81-82-504-2106/Fax:81-82-249-6460
E-mail:kokusai@city.hiroshima.jp


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