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Chiang Mai, Thailand's second-largest city, is facing urban transport challenges: road traffic congestion, air pollution, and an inadequate public transport system. Read More »

REPORT

Thailand's next development challenge is to provide more equitable access to quality public services across the country. Read More »

LENDING

Thailand: Commitments by Fiscal Year (in millions of dollars)*

*Amounts include IBRD and IDA commitments

COUNTRY DATA
Data from World Bank
PROJECT MAP
Experts
Country Director, Southeast Asia
Kirida Bhaopichitr
Senior Economist
IN DEPTH
Disaster Risks
A $3 million grant will go to poor urban communities affected by the 2011 and 2012 floods in Thailand. 3,000 families are expected to benefit.
Sustaining Health Protection for All
Health
99.5% of people in Thailand have health care coverage. The country achieved universal coverage with low levels of health spending but it faces significant challenges.
Innovation and Skills will Generate More Jobs
Education
Skills shortages have become a problem in Thailand. Enhancing work skills and increasing innovation will produce higher incomes and reduce poverty.
Conflict
The youth are building bird cages and women are selling baked products. Beyond generating income, these activities are binding communities in a conflict area.
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