A Study on Flooding Protection Management in Bangkruy-Sainoi, Nonthaburee Province: A Case Study of Siriwan Village 1

  • ชโลธร กุลถาวรากร
Keywords: Management

Abstract

The purpose of this research study . To study management . Flood protection of the residents of the village SIRIWAN 1 . Nonthaburi experiences of people living in the villages in such areas include the management process to prevent flooding . Participation of the residents in the community and the factors that are obstacles . Interviews from people in the village SIRIWAN one at the event and who is involved in the defense of this . By this research is a qualitative research study Management in recruiting individuals to perform work . Range of knowledge. Including experience in the defense of this suit . And the distribution of individuals in the supervisory control of the increase - decrease of water each day . The efficient administration . Make the operation successful. Including receiving assistance from external agencies and internal It achieved its goal . Financial Management Budget Finance (Money) in financial management . From charging members of the village. Number of households per 1,000 per month, including the collection of individuals who flooded the car park in the village of 500 units per week. To be a cost center , equipment . The village is built berms . And the formation of sand to prevent flooding into the village . As well as get help from outside organizations to lend shaker water . To pump water from spilling out into the village . And are looking for information from outside agencies and websites . For the entry of water increased to provide protection on the rise. The information received . Particularly useful in the management.

Published
2014-06-02
How to Cite
กุลถาวรากรช. (2014). A Study on Flooding Protection Management in Bangkruy-Sainoi, Nonthaburee Province: A Case Study of Siriwan Village 1. Business Review Journal, 6(1), 201-218. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/bahcuojs/article/view/143773
Section
Research Articles