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Theerapat Trungprakan (Pat) is the Founder and CEO of the Patara Elephant Farm, a family-run conservation project that specialises in health recovery and breeding management for domestic elephants. He is also the President of the Thai Elephant Alliance Association (TEAA), a collaborative network set up to support the elephant conservation attempts of private elephant owners in Thailand. The organisation links every source of knowledge and facilities to increase the quality of healthcare and welfare for domesticated elephants and people involved. From year 2020 and beyond, TEAA together with it’s partners are transforming Thailand Elephant Tourism towards Elephant healthcare-based Tourism, which will be an opportunity for tourism stakeholders around the world to play a part and support elephant conservation attempts of those caregivers who work on the ground to keep the elephant population sustainable.


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