Don Mueang is the 11th largest area in Bangkok. This is why it is an area where many slum buildings have been invaded and have been a familiar sight for many decades. It is a chronic problem in many areas, garbage, dirt, and sewage in the canals. From grandparents to parents, or around 60–70 years ago, many families settled and built dwellings both along the canals and encroaching on the canals. Various environmental problems followed, including garbage, dirt, and water used in daily life being dumped into the canals. These communities have around 2,000 households or 9,216 peoples and they are starving and at risk of the coronavirus. These communities are regarded as potential hotspots for the spread of COVID-19 and have been identified as reservoirs for the spread of other respiratory viral infections due to congestion, poverty, lack of access to basic utilities and neglect by government agencies.
On 14 May, we supported them with an Infectious waste bag, Hydrogen Peroxide, Mask, for hygiene supplies and canned fish, Instant noodle, and rice for nutrition supplies.