NHCO - National Health Commission Office of Thailand
Select Language: |

News and Activities

EIA report on Krabi coal port and plant rejected

11 March 2015--

The environment impact assessment (EIA) report on the Klong Rua coal seaport and coal-fired power plant project in Krabi province was rejected yesterday amid pressure from the Protect Krabi Network.

Recent News

The 7th National Health Assembly pushed for five healthy public policies, the control of steroids and global health strategies

17 February 2015--

The 7th National Health Assembly urged five healthy public policies, efforts to move forward for reconciliation and social reform, the control of steroids, global health strategies, child protection mechanisms, health technology assessment and the elimination of liver fluke and bile duct cancer

The civil society and academics want the new constitution to include HIA

17 February 2015--

Academics and the civil society point out that development projects and policies have seriously affected communities for 16 years. They propose the National Reform Council include health impact assessment in the new constitution to require the government to promote health in all policies.

Northerners see a health statute essential for the national future

17 February 2015--

The National Health Commission Office and the King Prajadhipok’s Institute organized the second round of “Citizen Dialogue” at Grand Hill Resort & Spa Hotel in Nakhon Sawan province on January 26 and 27 as part of the review of the National Statute on National Health Systems.

NHC: NCPO should adopt “People-oriented Health Zones” in health reforms

03 September 2014--

The National Health Commission is proposing the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) gives a green light to setting up the “People-oriented Health Zones”, as a mechanism based on participation by both the state and the people sectors, that integrates every agency involved in health systems in each region


National Health Act

Thailand’s Rules and Procedures for Health Impact Assessment

Ministerial Regulation on Implementing a Living Will

FAQ about National Health Assembly

Best view on IE8+, Firefox 3.6+, Safari 4+, and Google Chrome