AMBASSADOR LIST

Madara Kutalunga, Sri Lanka
Hello & Ayubowan!
I’m Madara, 26 years old and born in Colombo, Sri Lanka. I love my beautiful island home and never get tired of exploring and enjoying all the things Sri Lanka has to offer. My work with Khiri Reach is truly inspiring and gives me the opportunity to further work with my country’s development and supporting our local people and protecting our natural resources. I hope that through my own personal learning, I can also influence others and teach them the importance of sustainable and responsible practices. I’m very proud to be the first ambassador for Kiri Reach in Sri Lanka and look forward to being a part of exciting charity and sustainability projects coming this year. I would like to see more projects that provide education and skills development to enable more women to join the work place in order to support themselves and their families.
Madara Kutalunga, Sri Lanka
Brigita Helgania, Indonesia
Hi there!
I’m Brigita and I have worked the past years with travel design in Indonesia. I’m a real travel addict and have had the chance to travel to some of the most beautiful places in the area. Travel has opened my eyes and made me realize how important it is to help protect and look after all this nature, above & below sea level so that others can continue to enjoy it in the future. I’m committed to to take care and preserve both the rich culture and its people and the nature I live and work in. I’m delighted to be an ambassador for Khiri Reach in Indonesia where I can actively contribute to the planet and the people for a sustainable future and responsible development.
Brigita Helgania, Indonesia
Porranai “Tuay” Naphrae, Thailand
As part of Khiri Travel’s CO2 reduction activities, I have often joined tree planting events with my colleagues in the past in various locations in Thailand. I understand the need to compensate for our carbon footprint and the importance of tree planting for the sake of our planet. This why I decided to become a Khiri Reach ambassador and help share the need to protect and replant mangroves and forest. I’m originally from Phayao, south of Chiang Rai. I really understand and respect the importance of healthy forests and appreciate their beauty. I enjoy seeing people falling in love with my beautiful country and trees play an essential role in our environment. It is time to recognize the importance of planting trees for the survival of animals (and human beings!) and I’m passionate to contribute in any way that I can to help in making the planet a little bit more green, again.
Porranai “Tuay” Naphrae, Thailand
Waluree “Be” Ninchim, Thailand
I was born in Phuket, Thailand and I’m very proud to call this beautiful island and the Andaman Sea my home. It is of utmost importance to protect and save the natural environment. We have some beautiful and famous beaches but also a rich rain forest, Khao Phrao Taeo National Park, with its many animals makes this island full of life. I’m very happy to be an ambassador for Khiri Reach. I have taken part in some really exciting projects such as adoption of Gibbons from the Gibbon Rerhabilitiaion Project and I have planted mangrove trees near the pier in Bang Rong to revvive the forest, which is very important for the ecosystem here. It is fantastic that through Kiri Reach we can make a positive contribution to my home, the island of Phuket.
Waluree “Be” Ninchim, Thailand
Phloenphit “Pim” Sekchit, Thailand
I was born in a small town in Lamphun province, in the north of Thailand. I have a lot of experience in the tourism industry and works hard to ensure travelers gain a deeper understanding of Thailand's northern communities, including those of the region's many ethnic minorities.

I am passionate about helping disadvantaged children through education, which will allow them better opportunities in the future.
It is great that I can help people to volunteer and connect people who want to donate their money or time to people in need. It makes me feel very happy every time I have a chance to join them.
Phloenphit  “Pim” Sekchit, Thailand