Corporate Social Responsibility

Having grown hand in hand with Thailand since 1990, Bouygues-Thai is committed to the community, and to giving back to the country.

 

Driven by our vision of sustainable development, we believe that a solid commitment to corporate citizenship strengthens our business, our workforce and the communities where we operate. In all of our activities, Bouygues-Thai seeks to benefit the community with long-term economic, environmental and social advancement.

NUTURING OUR NEXT GENERATION

 
Bouygues-Thai was engaged in a charity program in favour of the Baan Nam Khem School, devastated by the tsunami in December 2004. In 2005, reconstruction of the school and construction of three new buildings were conducted with two partners – EDF South East Asia and Carrefour-Cencar, along with the educational support of the Lycee’ Francais International de Bangkok (LFIB).

 

Upon the initial reconstruction, Bouygues-Thai channelled energies into other supporting programmes, namely Long-Term School Sponsorship and Student Scholarship, under the co-sponsorship of Bouygues-Thai Ltd Foundation, Terre Plurielle and local specialities. Five teachers were hired to provide teaching assistance on French, computer studies, science and physical education. Financial aids were granted to two eligible students to enable them to complete high school and university education respectively.

  • Providing language courses

  • Provision of financial aids to students

  • Reconstruction of the school and three new buildings

BOUYGUES-THAI FOUNDATION

 
A dedicated Foundation was established as part of Bouygues-Thai long-term commitment to giving back to the society. Social projects delivered are

  • Construction of a new building – Nong Tao Lek School, in Udorn Thani
  • Contribution to a new building for disabled children in Nakhon nayok
  • Provide assistance to flood victims in Ayutthaya province
  • By providing financial support to the “Children of the Mékong”, Bouygues-Thai helped underprivileged children to gain better access to education and improved their well-being

  • Visits at Baan Nonthabhum Disability House

  • Visits at Baan Nonthabhum Disability House

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