For all of Thailand's economic progress in recent history, millions across the country continue to face a daily struggle for survival, either as day labourers or subsidence farmers. Despite the tens of billions of baht spent each year on anti-poverty programmes, there are few easy, quick fixes to the problems of perpetual debt.
For some, the answer might lie with skills training and education. For others, it could be debt restructuring and rescheduling.
Or you can plant a tree.
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