The Strategy of Watershed Area Community Management on Flood Disaster Prevention and Solution

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Phratheppariyattimedhi Sarit Chanprathat


This article aimed to present a strategic plan and community solution to prevent and solve flood problems in the middle branch watershed. The methodology employed was qualitative research, gathering data by in-depth interviews of 185 people and focus group discussions with the stakeholders in the area 5 times, 11 people each time, for a total of 55 people. The research results were found as follows: the strategy of watershed area community management on flood disaster prevention and solutions that will lead to the formulation of plans, namely, preparation strategies, flood prevention strategies, flood management strategies, strategic remedy strategies and strategies for sustainable solutions in order to meet the goals set forth in both the development dimension for sustainability, the efficiency dimension in resource management, the dimension of quality of flood management, and the effectiveness dimension of driving while operating in an emergency, which must be driven by 16 strategic plans, 84 missions, and 35 indicators of success in order to the public. So, this is for the people, community leaders, network partners, department of government, private sector networks, and public charity organizations in the area integrated together to achieve the objectives and goals as specified.

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Sarit Chanprathat, P. (2022). The Strategy of Watershed Area Community Management on Flood Disaster Prevention and Solution. Journal of Arts Management, 6(2), 863–880. Retrieved from
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