A meeting to prepare for the upcoming mobile service fair or Or Bor Jor Sanjorn was held on July 22nd 2014 at the PPAO Office in Phuket Town. Chaired by Council Chairman Pradit Saengchan, the meeting was attended by involved officials including Deputy Chief Executive – Soratham Jinda, Chief Advisor – Boonserm Suwannarathphoom, Council Member – Opas Chopdee, division heads, and a team of officials from Chalong Municipality.
Or Bor Jor Sanjorn is an all-inclusive mobile public service fair organized annually by PPAO. It also serves as a forum where members of the communities may voice their concerns and opinions in relations to their livelihoods and services provided by local government agencies. This year, the fair is also seen as a space for community reconciliation as outlined in the roadmap of the National Council for Peace and Order.
For the fiscal year 2014, the service, which is collaboration between PPAO and Chalong Municipality, will take place in Wat Chaiya Thararam (Wat Chalong) on July 26th, from 8am – 2pm. The Official opening is scheduled for 10am.
The meeting was held to firm up preparatory works including site preparations, traffic control and security measures, among others. The multi-faceted services planned include: free health checks, eye checkups for senior citizens, cooking demonstrations, motorcycle maintenance, electrical good repairs, veterinary services including sterilization for dogs and cats, agricultural consultations, legal consultations, drug rehabilitation consultations, sale of organic products, employment services, basic education consultations, news and information on labor work, advice on how to solve traffic problems in Phuket, fishery leaflets contributions, boat registration and renewal services, information on postal services, promotion of works done by Chalong Municipality, complaints center, health exhibitions, mobile library, plant distribution, etc. All services are delivered by related government agencies. There are also services offered by private sectors.
Apart from services above, a public forum will be held where members of communities can voice their concerns. In addition, there will be stage and musical performances by the Phang Nga Third Area Navy band and local schools and clubs.