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  • Now, I would like to present about “Prach Chao Bann Centers Development Project”
  • For background of this project,MOAC implemented “Prach Chao Bann Centers Development Project” since the fiscal year 2007. This project is to support farmers for learning by doing and training to transfer knowledge, methodology, and share experiences on the process of sustainable agriculture development by following “the King’s New Theory of Agricultural Development based on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy”.
  • For background of this project,MOAC implemented “Prach Chao Bann Centers Development Project” since the fiscal year 2007. This project is to support farmers for learning by doing and training to transfer knowledge, methodology, and share experiences on the process of sustainable agriculture development by following “the King’s New Theory of Agricultural Development based on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy”.
  • Theobjectives of the project aim to build up capacity building of farmers,support Pratch Chao Baan Center,analyze the potential of Pratch Chao Baan Center and to extend the New Theory of agricultural development based on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy.
  • This slide show the process of project implement. There are 8 steps of project implementations.
  • This slide show the process of project implement. There are 8 steps of project implementations.
  • The implementation start from MOAC set up a specific of the “Pratch Chao Baan” qualifications for selection to participate in the project. .
  • Second, Pratch Chao Baan Centers have to set up a curriculum of sustainable agriculture.
  • Third, Pratch Chao Baan Centers have to transfer their curriculum through 5 techniques.
  • Fourth, MOAC will support budget to “Pratch Chao Bann” for training.
  • Fifth, Pratch Chao Baan Centers and MOAC will select participated farmers .
  • Next, This slide show the training activities of “Pratch Chao Bann Centers”
  • The participants learned and practiced in “Pratch Chao Bann Centers” .
  • (ผอ. Click สไลด์ ผ่านไปเรื่อยๆ คะ ในทุกแผ่น slide ที่มีลูกศรล่างขวาคะ)
  • (ผอ. Click สไลด์ ผ่านไปเรื่อยๆ คะ ในทุกแผ่น slide ที่มีลูกศรล่างขวาคะ)
  • The project result which following by agricultural officer is found that the trained farmer can apply the “New Theory” to their farms as follows:
  • Trained farmer can apply the local wisdom to create agricultural innovation.
  • Group of trained farmer in the community can participate to produce the fertilizer, liquid dish washing, and organic products to use in the their households and community.
  • This slide show that the local products have been developed quality and packaging by trained farmer group in order to sell outside community.
  • Next, I would like to show the picture of training activities in “Prach Chao Bann Center”
  • This slide shows the residence & Home garden livestock in “Prach Chao Bann Center”. 
  • Thank you for your kind attention.

Present local scholar network learning centers procasur (22 oct 2013) Present local scholar network learning centers procasur (22 oct 2013) Presentation Transcript

  • Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MOAC) implemented “The Project on Local Scholar Network Learning Centers Development” since the fiscal year 2007. The project is to support the first step of “New Theory”. The project is to support farmers for learning by doing and training to transfer knowledge, methodology, and share experiences on the process of sustainable agriculture development by following “the King’s New Theory of Agricultural Development based on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy”. Participated farmers are trained in a way of learning by doing from farmers who called “Prach Chao Bann”. 2
  • Local Scholar Network learning Centers(LSNLCs) is the mechanism under the project that aimed farmers to learn and practice from farmers who called “Pratch Chao Baan” who are the farmers have successfully to work along the guidelines of Sufficiency Economy. The farmers who trained under the project can get the knowledge such as sufficiency economy concept, local wisdom of agriculture, skill, proficiency of Local Scholars and self reliance both in their household and community level. Moreover, the centers used five techniques as learning process such as lecture, demonstration, practice, group discussion and study visit. 3
  • 1) To build up capacity building of farmers to get more knowledge and experience on the process of agricultural development from farmers who have successfully worked along with the principle of new theory under sufficiency economy philosophy 2) To support local scholar network learning centers to formulate the curriculum and process of transfer their experiences and indigenous knowledge to participated farmers. 3) To analyze the potential of local scholar network learning centers in the aspect of process of transferring knowledge, skills, local wisdom of Local Scholar under the sufficiency economy philosophy. 4) To extend the New Theory of agricultural development based on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy in necessary mechanisms and activities to promote self-reliance and effectively applied to the basic needs of the farmers. 4
  • 1. MOAC implemented set up a specific of the “Prach Chao Baan” qualifications for selection to participate in the project. 2. Prach Chao Baan Centers have to set up a curriculum of sustainable agriculture that rely on traditional knowledge and experiences based on sufficiency economy philosophy. 3. Prach Chao Baan Centers have to transfer their curriculum through 5 techniques as a learning process to train farmers. 4. MOAC will support the budget to Prach Chao Baan for training and facilitator. 5
  • 5. Prach Chao Baan Centers and MOAC will select participated farmers who have willing to learn, practice and exchange experiences in agricultural development. 6. Prach Chao Baan and officials have to visit and monitor the participants after training at the farm of participants. 7. MOAC support budget for developing farmer groups (Stage 2 of New theory Agriculture) under Prach Chao Baan Centers especially for human resource development. 8. MOAC will monitor and evaluate during the implementing project. 6
  • 1. MOAC implemented set up a specific of the “Pratch Chao Baan” qualifications for selection to participate in the project. as follows :  Farmers who have successfully in agricultural activities based on Sufficiency Economy Philosophy (Moderation, Reasonableness, self-immunity, knowledge ,risk management and morals);  Farmers can apply their knowledge and skills into their own farmland;  Farmers who have attention to work for farmer based on participatory process;  Farmers who have moral, responsibility and is accepted by farmers in community;  Farmers who can disseminate knowledge and their experiences to others. 7
  • 2. Pratch Chao Baan Centers have to set up a curriculum of sustainable agriculture that rely on traditional knowledge and experiences based on sufficiency economy philosophy such as  how to apply sufficiency economy in farmers life,  how to set up or plan the farming system which is complementary to natural resources and environment of the farmland,  how to make the greater agricultural productive which use biological fertilizer and local knowledge and wisdom,  how to make farm production which emphasize on integrated farm management and conservation of soil, water, energy, and biological resources,  how to match between cropping and environmental constraints, how to increase in self-reliance in farmers life. 8
  • 3.Pratch Chao Baan Centers have to transfer their curriculum through 5 techniques as a learning process to train farmers such as 1) lecture 2) demonstration 3) practice 4) group discussion 5) study visit 9
  • 4. MOAC will support the budget to Pratch Chao Baan for training and facilitator. MOAC set up the period of time for training farmers which are 5 days 4 nights /4 days 3 nights/ 3 days 2 nights in each Pratch Chao Baan Centers. This period depend on the Pratch Chao Baan Center potential. 76 Provincial Agriculture and Cooperative Offers is to Supporting Unit for the project. 10
  • 5.Pratch Chao Baan Centers and MOAC will select participated farmers who have willing to learn, practice and exchange experiences with Pratch Chao Baan. 6.MOAC supports that after training , Pratch Chao Baan and officials have to visit and monitor the participants after training at the farm of participants. 7. MOAC support budget for developing farmer groups (Stage2 of New theory Agriculture) under Pratch Chao Baan Centers especially for human resource development. (30,000 baht/group) 8. MOAC will monitor and evaluate during the implementing project. MOAC has cooperated with Kasetsart University, to join the “Evaluation of Implementation of the Project Since 2009-2012” 11
  • The farmers were trained by Prach Chao Bann in order to realign their way of life.
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  •     The result showed that 80% of the farmers had never been trained from other organizations before they trained at the centers. Most farmers gained knowledge and understanding of the philosophy at a good level and their knowledge and understanding concerning easy home accounting had the highest scores ranking at a good level. With regard to the overall training at the LSNLCs, the farmers satisfy this training at the highest level as well as the local scholars and the lecturers knowledge and experience. Besides, most of the farmers transferred knowledge to their family, and neighbors and recommend that they train at the centers to acquire knowledge , experience and skills which will enable them to apply it in their livelihoods.
  •     Almost all (98.81%) understood and applied their knowledge regarding training to comply with the Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy in their livelihood. Moreover, 84.09% of the farmers were able to apply the knowledge to implement on their farms ranking at an easy level. With regard to the overall training at the LSNLCs, the farmers satisfy this training at the highest level as well as the local scholars and lecturers knowledge and experience. Besides, most of the farmers transferred knowledge to their family, and neighbors and recommend that they were trained at the centers to acquire knowledge, experience and skills which will enable them to apply it in their livelihoods.
  • The Project Outputs 1) Development in household level Trained farmer switch from “mono crop” to “integrated farming”. (integrated farming = diversified farm) Trained farmer can provide sufficient household consumption, diversified foods and reduction of household expenditure. Trained farmer can produce safe foods, decrease, abandon and terminate the use of chemical inputs. Trained farmer can reduce cost especially for purchasing of material input and use agricultural waste for maximize benefits such as using dung and rice hush for organic fertilizer and biogas from dung etc. 17
  • Development in household level (Cont.) Trained farmer can apply the local wisdom to create agricultural innovation by using appropriated technology based on local resources. Trained farmer can conserve, and preserve natural resources and environment. 18
  • 2) Development in community and national levels Group of trained farmer in the community can participate to produce the fertilizer, liquid dish washing, and organic products etc. to use in the their households and community. The local products have been developed quality and packaging by trained farmer group in order to sell to outside community. 19
  • Development in community (Cont.) The local products have been developed quality and packaging by trained farmer group in order to sell to outside community. 20
  • Development of the network of local expert learning centers and sufficiency economy philosophy The government will not be able to get success in promoting sufficiency economy philosophy without the change of people concepts. Therefore, project implementation through network of local expert leaning centers will be a major mobilization to shifting farmer’s concepts. Principles in promoting and developing agricultural development under sufficiency economy philosophy are as follows:
  • 1. The project focused on changing farmers’ concepts to self-reliance farmers. 2. Make understanding the word “integrated” by selecting appropriate methods and having ability to change depending on existing situation. The integration of economic, social and environmental issues must take in consideration for dealing with the change of the environment. 3. Paying respects to local knowledge by accepting local knowledge derived from participatory learning process gained from local expert learning center and learning process must be dynamic referring to local knowledge.
  • 4. Local expert respects to ecology through understanding and value awareness including restore and conserve as well as worthy use of natural resources. 5. Truly understand “social happiness” by emphasizing on family and community that contribute to felicity of family and community.
  • Benefit from Local Scholar Network Learning Centers Development project Social Network Healthy Prach Choa Bann Local Scholar Network Learning Centers Development project Knowledge Farmer Social Network Develop to SMART FARMERS Healthy Government Environment Economy - Participation: Government, Private and Farmer - Network Economy
  • 159 Local Scholar Network Learning Centers nationwide The centers were located in 4 regions, namely; Northeast 60 centers North 38 centers Central 40 centers South 21 centers ***Four provinces have no learning
  • Local Scholar Network Learning Center Mr. Amnat Mayortklang “Wang Nam Keaw Organic Farming Community Learning Centre” Nakornratchasima Province Organic Vegetable Farming
  • Local Scholar Network Learning Center Mr. Dacha Siriphat “Khao Kwan Foundation” Suphanburi Province Organic Rice Management
  • Local Scholar Network Learning Center Mr. Somboon Wetsowan “Mokichi Okada Association (MOA) Thai FoundationCommunity Learning Centre” Lopburi Province Organic Vegetable Farming
  • Mr. Sutham Jan-Orn “Plug Mai Lai-Community Learning Center” Nakhonprathom Province Organic Rice Management
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  • Training by LSNC in Northeast Sector Thailand 35
  • Presentation of Local plan community in Northern Sector Thailand 36
  • Field trip study during Training by LSNC 37
  • cultivate 38
  • Manure fertilizer production training 39
  • Fertilizer from Food Waste Composting 40
  • Mix the mixture everyday 41
  • Wood vinegar 42
  • Charcoal production from waste wood 43
  • Charcoal production from waste wood 44
  • Dishwashing liquid production 45
  • Biogas from dung 46
  • Fish preservation 47
  • Coconut virgin oil 48
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