The Process of the Creation of Reconciliation by Driven with Five Precepts Village Project in Ayutthaya Province

  • Phramaha Sunan Sunando, Prasert Thilao

Abstract

This research article was supported by the Buddhism affaires reform that was a policy of the Sangha Supreme Council of Thailand. The objective of this research was to propose the process of the creation of reconciliation by driven with five precepts village project in Ayutthaya province. Qualitative research was conducted by documentary study and in-depth interview of 18 key informants on the general condition and problems in the creation of reconciliation by driven with five precepts village project in Ayutthaya province. Focus group discussion of participants was held for approving. Data were analyzed by using content analysis. The research findings showed that the trend of the creation of reconciliation by driven with five precepts village project in Ayutthaya Province consisted of 4 strategies; 1) setting the center of direction and convenience center for push this project and continuous drive all activities; 2) training the people such as in school, government department, company and community for the understanding in five precepts; 3) development the potential of both monks and layman for the volunteer jobs by emphasizing with the coordination between home, temple and community (Boworn); and 4) building the quality tools by the specialist for evaluation this project that cooperation with the university and setting the quality report that can be shown both quality and quantity of this project.

Published
2020-02-29
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