HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha followed up her Kamlangjai Project the Royal Initiative at Khao Prik Agriculture Industrial Institution, Nakhon Ratchasima on 21 April 2022. HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha encouraged correctional staff and inmates to cooperate the agriculture industry with private sector. Since 2018, the project has reached its goal. Inmates well educated with industrial farming skills, after release, value themselves and have better life in society. Also, HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha planed to transform the prison to be a learning center for local and industrial farming.
Then, the learning center was inaugurated on 16 June 2018 and continuously followed up by HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha. On 5 March 2020, HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha payed visit to the center. Her current advice focus on water resource development. Later, Department of Water Resources, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, responded to her suggestion by running reservoirs building project nearby prisons for inmates and local’s vocation benefit. HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha also cut the ribbon to officially open the prison job and knowledge corner built for inmates career training relevant to available jobs offered by Minstry of Labour. HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha then visited botanical garden built by both Khao Prik Agriculture Industrial Institution and Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University to serve as knowledge hub for inmates. Their highlight product is organic tea from bamboo leaves including packaging design. Other processed foods are from young bamboo e.g. young bamboo jam, bamboo crackers. HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha visit many training programs supported by Ministry of Labor: cactus gardening training, career training, all purpose technician training, welder training, English Proficiency training respectively. Inmate participants left positive feedback toward the programs. Then, HRH Princess Bajarakitiyabha joined pizza cooking workshop with other inmates, visited Kamlangjai coffee shop and souvenir shop. Lastly, she watched silk production, dying process supported by The Queen Sirikit Department of Sericulture, and followed the working performance of agriculture industry coworked with Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF).