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A study of in depth indigenous
knowledge for Development of
health management Model during
flood disaster in Center of
Tha...
Introduction
• Flood disaster is a dangerous incident
that Causing overwhelming body of
water over the particular which is...
Affected
Thairedcross, 2555
athlete’s
foot 32.5%
Ayutthaya area
The objectives research
• To explore in depth indigenous knowledge
on health management of people in flood
disaster area i...
Research Methodology
Framework
Survey Data
Collection
brainstorming
organization
researcher
The In-depth
Interview
Techniq...
Data collection on villagers health
problems during the flood disaster by
Categorizing the people’s health issues followed...
Arranged research team meeting and brainstorming
on the background of the community especially, the
essential factors of s...
Explored the secondary data
Arranged research team
meeting and brainstorming
Results : Health Problem
n = 291
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
Daily exercise
Health protection
Health protection
Sanitation
Stress and pleasure
management
Health care Service
Conclusion
• 1. The Preparation Stage: Starting from April,
villagers would prepare store their food such as
rice , dried ...
Conclusion
• The Disaster Stage: Good preparation would
help villagers to face with disaster well. The
activities in this ...
Conclusion
• 3. The Discovery Stage: This should focus on
various accidents from sharp materials and
remained materials an...
Output
Discussion
• ERIC in 2013 on the effect of the flood disaster
on people’s health in each community. In this
study, the ind...
Discussion
• Spennemann (1999) which emphasizing on the
cultural preservation on disaster management.
The researcher notif...
Discussion
• Yamano (2007) who studied on the model on
disaster management. Indeed, this would lead
to build the appropria...
Special Thank you.
• Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Rajabhat University.
• Director of Nokkrajab School.
• Participation of Wat n...
reference
• Britton, N. 1999. “Whither the Emergency Manager?” International journal of Mass
Emergencies and Disasters 17(...
• Ganapati, N. and S. Ganapati. 2009. “Enabling Participatory Planning after
Disasters: A Case Study of the World Bank’s H...
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A study of in depth indigenous knowledge for Development of health management Model during flood disaster in Center of Thailand Community
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A study of in depth indigenous knowledge for Development of health management Model during flood disaster in Centerof Thailand Community

  1. 1. A study of in depth indigenous knowledge for Development of health management Model during flood disaster in Center of Thailand Community. Wipuskorn Klaiket Faculty Science and Technology, Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Rajabhat University, Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya, Thailand First author e-mail: tammline@hotmail.com
  2. 2. Introduction • Flood disaster is a dangerous incident that Causing overwhelming body of water over the particular which is also unable to be drained in a specific period of time. According to United Nations Environment Programed : (UNEP), flood disaster can become one of the most of important incidents that will cause the massive damage to mankind.
  3. 3. Affected Thairedcross, 2555 athlete’s foot 32.5%
  4. 4. Ayutthaya area
  5. 5. The objectives research • To explore in depth indigenous knowledge on health management of people in flood disaster area in Thailand.
  6. 6. Research Methodology Framework Survey Data Collection brainstorming organization researcher The In-depth Interview Technique community Factors related to Development of health management Model during flood disaster
  7. 7. Data collection on villagers health problems during the flood disaster by Categorizing the people’s health issues followed by preparing the questionnaire, including the issues of diseases, accidents, sickness ratio, death ratio, and needs of people regarding the health management during flood disaster. By this information was collected research team meeting and brainstorming
  8. 8. Arranged research team meeting and brainstorming on the background of the community especially, the essential factors of situations, Explored the secondary data on sickness ratio from the Community Hospital which include family folders to decide the area of study Applying Delphi Technique on health problems during the flood disaster which could be performed by the officials on duty such as community leaders on specific issues, namely, villagers’ experiences on health care during the flood disaster and indigenous knowledge health management.
  9. 9. Explored the secondary data
  10. 10. Arranged research team meeting and brainstorming
  11. 11. Results : Health Problem n = 291
  12. 12. Food Preparation
  13. 13. Food Preparation
  14. 14. Food Preparation
  15. 15. Daily exercise
  16. 16. Health protection
  17. 17. Health protection
  18. 18. Sanitation
  19. 19. Stress and pleasure management
  20. 20. Health care Service
  21. 21. Conclusion • 1. The Preparation Stage: Starting from April, villagers would prepare store their food such as rice , dried food, and pickled vegetables by following their indigenous knowledge. Exercises, for example Aerobic Dance, in narrow space were practiced. Risks on health problems and danger from poisonous animals were major concerns. Danger from Electricity was taken into account and had resolved firstly. Herbs needed to be gathered, as alternative medicines. Last, wireless broadcasting seemed to be a mean to reduce stress
  22. 22. Conclusion • The Disaster Stage: Good preparation would help villagers to face with disaster well. The activities in this stage were how to deal with emergency cases of patients, especially, how to transfer patients to another hospitals and the construction of floating toilets upon request
  23. 23. Conclusion • 3. The Discovery Stage: This should focus on various accidents from sharp materials and remained materials and the big cleaning day after the disaster
  24. 24. Output
  25. 25. Discussion • ERIC in 2013 on the effect of the flood disaster on people’s health in each community. In this study, the indigenous knowledge of people in Ayutthaya Village led to the discovery of people’s application of cultural heritage to deal and to solve the health problems during the flood.
  26. 26. Discussion • Spennemann (1999) which emphasizing on the cultural preservation on disaster management. The researcher notified that such indigenous knowledge, as a tacit knowledge, seemed to be in danger because of the communication gap between the elder and the younger
  27. 27. Discussion • Yamano (2007) who studied on the model on disaster management. Indeed, this would lead to build the appropriate skill of villagers to face with the disaster.
  28. 28. Special Thank you. • Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Rajabhat University. • Director of Nokkrajab School. • Participation of Wat nokkrajab Village.
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