On Saturday, March 26, 2022, Rangsit University International (RIC) students escaped stress and did good things together at Baan Mai Chai Lane Resort, Khlong Khon Community, Samut Songkhram Province.
The international students of RIC volunteered to plant mangrove forests together to maintain the balance of ecosystem in every aspect. If it is destroyed, it will have a significant impact on the sea and our civilization. Because mangrove forests are a valuable and valuable natural resource with countless benefits such as economic, social, and environmental.
RIC organizes volunteer activities for students all the time and this is the first activity done in 2 years since the outbreak of Covid-19. This trip can be called a 2-in-1 activity! Students can join various social activities such as mangrove planting, shellfish collecting, and ecotourism at the same time. It is aimed to open up their minds to a new culture that is different from their country as well as to experience the life of the local villagers in the area. It can be said that this activity made a lot of beautiful smiles to everyone.
RIC still concern about Covid19 then before doing any activities everyone followed the strict screening and preventive measures for Covid-19 as staff and students must be fully vaccinated and take the ATK test before participating in these activities.