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1 5/1/2015choomsak1 Pilot Project Believe to become good For Socially Engaged Spirituality

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4 5/1/2015choomsak4 PRINCESS SRINAGARINDRA SCOUT CLUB Under the Royal Patronage of H.R.H. Princess Galyani Vadhana Krom Luang Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra

5 5/1/2015choomsak5 Pilot Project on NCD Prevention and Care among the University Scouts for preparing cooperation in Demining volunteer Suphakrit Sophikul Advisor: Prof.Dr. Yongyudh Vajaradul Consultant: General Dr. Vasu Chovarat

6 5/1/2015choomsak6 Keywords 1. Somdej Phra Srinagarindra Boromarajajonani Scout Club 6. Safty for the Demining 5. Demining volunteer 4. Hourly Virtual Cycling Meditation Exercise 2. Scouts 3. University Scouting

7 5/1/2015choomsak7 Objective To enable the University Scouts to have knowledge about non-communicable risk factors of diseases and reduce risk factors of danger, and then share with others to follow danger, and then share with others to follow

8 5/1/2015choomsak8 Scouts are a group of youths wearing uniform and having ideology and practice complied with rules and promises; therefore, it is appropriate to begin the pilot project on NCD prevention

9 5/1/2015choomsak9 Scouts apply a process of learning by doing and are disciplined for self- training to become self-reliant and able to help others

10 5/1/2015choomsak10 In Thailand, there are approximately In Thailand, there are approximately two millions scouts two millions scouts

11 5/1/2015choomsak11 Program Sections: Cub Scouts- ages 8 to 11 Scouts- ages 11 to 16 Senior Scouts- ages 14 to 18 Rovers- ages 16 to 25 Sections in Thai Scouting are divided according to grade in school rather that by age. The above section age divisions represent the majority of members in each section

12 5/1/2015choomsak12 Five main activities as follows 1.Environmental conservation 2.Religious support 3.Health promotion 4.Human right promotion in disabled persons who are self-reliant to become scouts as normal people 5.Democratic support

13 5/1/2015choomsak13 Hourly Virtual Cycling Meditation Exercise (HVCME) 60 days Pilot Project 108 times

14 5/1/2015choomsak14 SCOUTING IN THAILAND NATIONAL SCOUT ORGANIZATION OF THAILAND The Thai Scout Movement was founded by King Rama VI (King Vajiravudh) on July 1, 1911. The King established the "Wild Tiger Corps" for adults and created a junior branch, which continued today as the Boy Scouts. King Rama VI is fondly remembered as the "Father of Thai Scouting". Apart from being the only country in the world where Scouting was founded by the King directly, Thailand has been recognized in 1922 as one of Founder member countries in the world

15 5/1/2015choomsak15 Since then, Scouting appeaIs to the people of Thailand and receives strong support from the RoyaI family and the government which has facilitated the steady growth and development of the organization. Under the present monarch of King Rama IX (King Bhumibol), Thai Scouting has flourished and developed as far as that of other member countries and the King himself, is Chief Scout and Patron of Thai Scouting

16 5/1/2015choomsak16 SCOUT LAW: 1. A Scout's honor is to be trusted 2. A Scout is loyal to his Nation, his Religion,his King and is faithful to his benefactors 3. A Scout's duty is to be useful and to help others 4. A Scout is a friend to all and a brother to every other Scout in the world 5. A Scout is courteous

17 5/1/2015choomsak17 to help reduce overweight and blood pressure, create concentration, and be more careful towards accidents Result from this study demonstrates that educational institutions still do not perceive importance of disease prevention and scouts are not familiar with innovation Result from this study demonstrates that educational institutions still do not perceive importance of disease prevention and scouts are not familiar with innovation

18 5/1/2015choomsak18 Government should implant good behaviors there must be provision of knowledge and training for practical skills.

19 5/1/2015choomsak19 Good health is the capital of social and economic development of a country

20 5/1/2015choomsak20 Personal Mastery Mental Model System Thinking Team Learning Skill Share Vision

21 5/1/2015choomsak21 Pilot ProjectConcept Methods Data Collection Concept Tools Used for the Study

22 5/1/2015choomsak22 Preparation stage Activity Operation stage Activity Process of the Study

23 5/1/2015choomsak23 Pilot Project Results Results Data Analysis

24 5/1/2015choomsak24 Dissemination and provision of knowledge on NCD and health promotion can be categorized into two groups as follows. 1. The scouts outside school are scout commander and the scouts aged above 25 from various clubs. 2. The school scouts are the scouts under supervision of Ministry of Education and aged below 25 as well as foreign scouts.

25 5/1/2015choomsak25 General Exercises Pilot ProjectDiscussion Disease factors HVCME training Result-based Performance 2 3 4 5 M ental Health M ental Health 1 6

26 5/1/2015choomsak26 Campaign leader …… An important goal …… Pilot ProjectConclusion WHO should consider … National institutions ………… Disseminate …… 1 2 3 4 5 World Scout Bureau…….. 6 Recommendations

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31 5/1/2015choomsak31 Mark Granovetter. (1983).Sociological Theory, Vol. 1;201-233. Ramon O ’ Callaghan and Rafel Andrue. (2006). Knowledge Dynamics in RegionalEconomic : A Research Framework. Proceedings of the 39th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences – 2006. Wasserman, S & Faust, K. (2005). Social Network Analysis : Methods and applications. New York Cambridge University Press.

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34 5/1/2015choomsak34 1.Reasonable 2.Sustainable 3.Peaceful conditions

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