Floods: Bangkok helps the hardest hit
16 November 2012
As the world's media focuses on the protection of Bangkok from flood, other parts of Thailand, under water for two months, seem forgotten. COERR - the Catholic Office for Emergency Relief and Refugees - has mobilized volunteers in Bangkok archdiocese to help. One group, based at San Pedro Church, has been making several relief trips a week. Photographer Panithan Kitsakul went with them to Ayutthaya, the worst hit province.
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