Red Cross Commendation Medal (Huai Siao)
|Red Cross Commendation Medal|
|Awarded by the|
Emperor of the Huai Siao
|Established||21 Nov 2020|
|Criteria||Gratuities bestowed upon those who make contributions to the Red Cross Society or public health.|
|Founder||Emperor of the Huai Siao|
|First induction||26 Sep 2020|
The Red Cross Commendation Medal (Thai:เหรียญกาชาดสรรเสริญ) is a commemorative coin that the emperor bestows to a person who has performed merit in medicine or public health, divided into three levels: gold, silver and bronze. The recipient of this type of medal does not have to be a government official or a volunteer.
Requesting The Red Cross Commendation Medal
A person who deserves a Red Cross Medal to praise those who do good deeds.
- Those who provide assistance to those who are in danger and may be fatal to escape danger without the sake of reward and did not lead to their own danger.
- People who are kind to their fellow human beings, such as setting up an orphanage without thinking of personal interests.
- People who benefit in disaster The epidemic caused by donating their own wealth to help without thinking of personal interests.
|21 November 2020||By Royal Decree|
|5 November 2021||To be a leader or person who helps in public health in helping work to solve the problem of COVID-19.|