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U2T workshop sets loom weaving group up for new logo, packaging, and digital marketing

Khon Kaen University’s Faculty of Agriculture led a workshop tailored to the Non Chai Village Loom Weaving Group on “Logo creation and digital marketing to enhance product value and expand product market.” The workshop took place in Non Han, Chum Phae District, Khon Kaen. The event, advanced as part of the U2T Project, aimed to …

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KKU’s Faculty of Agriculture leads a U2T workshop: “Professional development in making innovative community-based products: shampoo, liquid dish soap, rice bran oil soap, conditioner, and more”

The Faculty of Agriculture led the workshop in Kut Phia Khom, Chonnabot District, Khon Kaen, advancing the U2T Project and aiming to enable agriculturalists to produce household products from natural materials easily found in their local surroundings. The workshop focused on products that would be environmentally friendly and help to decrease household living expenses. Meanwhile, …

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The Faculty of Agriculture leads a U2T training on “Contemporary Bamboo Handicrafts for Senior Citizens Enterprise Group”

On 14-15 June 2021, Khon Kaen University’s Faculty of Agriculture led a training on “Contemporary Bamboo Handicrafts for Senior Citizens Enterprise Group” as part of the university’s Project for Sustainable Development (U2T). The training took place in Khua Riang, Chumpae a Khon Kaen subdistrict that for the purposes of the U2T Project is overseen by …

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The Faculty of Business Administration and Accountancy goes forward with the U2T Project for Sustainable Development, now in its 5th week working with Huai Toei Subdistrict, Sam Sung District, Khon Kaen

In response to policy aiming to ensure economic and social restoration of the country, universities are focused on rebuilding community-based economies, from creating jobs to developing community-based livelihoods so that communities can become self-reliant in line with the idea of a sufficiency economy. To achieve these aims, 60,000 students, recent graduates, and members of the …

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