Background Drug cultivation, trade and consumption are global phenomena. The cultivation of coca leaves, poppy seeds and the cannabis plant, as well as the ensuing production of cocaine, crack, heroin and haschisch, largely occurs in developing count... More
This section gives you an overview of GIZ Thailand services by themes, i.e. projects, trainings and news which are related, will be presented to you in a quick overview.
- Agriculture & Food Safety
- Climate Change
- Economics & Employment
- Environment & Natural Resources
- Urban & Industrial Development
- Good Governance
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Background After almost six decades of Thai-German bilateral technical cooperation, Thailand has become an emerging economy that, as one of the main actors in Southeast Asia, is no longer reliant on development assistance. In 2008, Thailand and Germ... More
Background The freight and logistics sector supports economic development in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS). Against this background, the efficiency, environmental performance and safety in transporting dangerous goods is important in ensuring co... More
Background In 2015, as a reaction to increasing loss and damages caused by climate change, Thailand has started to develop its National Adaptation Plan (NAP). Although adaptation is part of the Climate Change Master Plan as well as other national pol... More
Background Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) patterns constitute an essential building block of a low-carbon economy. Access to credible, reliable and ‘user-friendly’ sustainability information is one of the essential conditions for the sh... More