Writers' Bio

Naylinya Chappanapong

Spent several years in creative communication and fundraising at different leading organizations – Oxfam, Habitat for Humanity Thailand, Plan International Thailand, and Action Aid Thailand. Nothing satisfies her more than creating new activities for the cluster, contributing the overall growth of the organization and a cup of Caffè Cappuccino every day.

Prangthong Jitcharoenkul

Former journalist recently joined GIZ Thailand in November 2018, bringing along with her five years’ experience of reporting, writing and interviewing. Her articles – straight news and features – on varied topics appear in Bangkok Post and Kyodo News. She secured a full scholarship from the Indian government to study for a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) with a triple major in history, economics and sociology and had lived in Southern India for 3 years.

Nguyen Ngoc Son

With passion for green landscape, rice fields and nature, Son has worked for the agriculture development in the Mekong Delta at GIZ Vietnam for more than 4 years since 2015. The sustainable agriculture sector is an important field that is supported by Land use and our agriculture team. He was responsible for the Integrated Pest Management between 2015-2017 and is right now working hard for the Better Rice Initiative in Asia Phase II project that encourages sustainable rice farming in Vietnam.

Nurhayati Lubi

Truly a newcomer in writing world. Used to be a field and admin staff for almost 18 years at several INGOs projects – EU Leuser Management Unit, JICA, USAID, and GIZ in Medan, North Sumatra Province, Indonesia. Always eager to expand her knowledge on new and challenging issues. Love spend most of her spare time travelling with her children and actively involve on social activities taking care of kids with cancer.

Patcharin Sae-heng

Patcharin Sae-heng

She is a project assistant for Thai-German Climate Programme (TGCP) – Agriculture and has been part of GIZ Thailand since March 2017 right after her internship at ACT Alliance in communication field. Along with her work in sustainable agriculture, she is currently a graduate student in Environmental Management and Technology at Mahidol University. Having a background in Social Sciences (with International Studies Concentration), her interest is given to diverse topics on environmental communication and agricultural knowledge transfer.

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