THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY LEADERS IN IMPLEMENTING THE PROJECT OF VILLAGES OBSERVING THE FIVE PRECEPTS: A CASE STUDY IN HUAYSAI SUB-DISTRICT, SANKAMPHAENG DISTRICT, CHIANG MAI PROVINCE

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Phon Namanee
Virot Vichai

Abstract

This article was part of the research entitled “the Role of Community Leaders in Implementing the Project of Villages Observing the Five Precepts: A Case Study in Huaysai Sub-district, Sankamphaeng District, Chiang Mai Province.”The research found that the role of community leaders in creation of network was the organization of a system for the group of members to carry out their activities happily and successfully based on the moral principles of unity, intellect, and veneration. With regard to the support,the village leaders co-operated and well supported all the parties with Huaysai sub-district’s monk leader and community stores according to the principle of four acts of doing favors.Regarding the plan for observation, the members held the meetings by incorporating the Buddhist doctrines into a blended approach with the Buddhist principles of four paths to success.As forthe monitoring and assessment of the project, there was a system of collecting and analyzing data and reporting the results to other agencies for improvement and solution to increase the quality and effectiveness of project implementation.With regard to the problem, therewas the lack of understanding of the project and the committee explained it to every village. There was a suggestion from the community that the community should be informed in advance to be prepared for the event.

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Namanee, P. ., & Vichai, V. . (2018). THE ROLE OF COMMUNITY LEADERS IN IMPLEMENTING THE PROJECT OF VILLAGES OBSERVING THE FIVE PRECEPTS: A CASE STUDY IN HUAYSAI SUB-DISTRICT, SANKAMPHAENG DISTRICT, CHIANG MAI PROVINCE. Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 7(2-2), 208–216. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jssr/article/view/245764
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