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The objective of this article is to explain the model of community resource management through design-based learning for sustainable self-reliance of local communities. This is a learning mechanism for community resource management for self-reliance resulting from the strength of the community. This is because most of the local communities have a way of life that is related to participatory community resource management with social and cultural capital as a learning innovation designed to strengthen community self-reliance. It arises from a systematic design thinking process and through accumulating knowledge and transferring knowledge from generation to generation to achieve the highest sustainability based on community participation without causing trouble and violating other people's rights.
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