Thailand’s caring doctor for the mentally ill who has shaped the development of his country's mental health services.
A feminist whose efforts toward the development of women's rights in Thailand earned her the title Steel Lotus Blossom.
A medical doctor whose prominence is his being Thailand’s influential social critic, public intellectual and government person who played an important role in the setting up of several development agencies, and is considered the author and brains behind the Thai Health Promotion Foundation or ThaiHealth
A farmer from Southern Thailand who moved millions of rural workers from poverty to prosperity
The third child of Their Majesties the King and Queen of Thailand whose dedication to the welfare of her people is widely recognized throughout the country as well as abroad
Former President of Bangchak Petroleum who was appointed deputy governor of the Petroleum Authority of Thailand
Set in motion by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand in 1969 to replace opium poppies with temperate climate cash crops and to arrest the destruction of precious forests and watersheds in the hills of Northern Thailand
A Thai orthopedic surgeon and inventor known for his humanitarian activities in providing free prosthetic limbs to impoverished amputees, and for his development of techniques allowing low-cost, high-quality prostheses to be made from local materials
Thailand's first human rights lawyer, who brought a better understanding of the law to Thailand's people
Thailand’s sensitive and committed leader, who fought for the rights of disadvantaged sectors of society