Guideline to Establish Community Market for Self-reliance of Huaykong Village, Tumbon Yang Piang, Omkoi District, Chiangmai Province

Authors

  • อนุรัตน์ ไชยปิน
  • เกรียงศักดิ์ ศรีเงินยวง
  • อภินันท์ สุวรรณรักษ์
  • ขนิษฐา เสถียรพีระกุล

Keywords:

Karen community, food merchandise, community market

Abstract

Community market is novel things among Karen tribe, now a day Karen village still used a native commodity exchange for goods, product merchandise from producer to customer are not well and very limit. These researches aim to 1 studies on demand and supply of Huaykong village and 2 Guideline to establish community market for self-reliance of Huaykong village. For 6 village around Maehard watershed as Huaykong, Pitukee, Maehairluang, Maehairnoi, Khunhard and Huaytongluang, studies on 305 family. These researches try to accommodate market place to gathering all producers
to enhance product distribution to customer. Food from agricultural extension ofgovernment is main target of this community market, data form community market was collected as goods value, amount, number of customer and seller compare with food demand in the villager household. On community market test all of people around village were acceptance with people visited 2,445 times average 611.25
(± 107.78 S.D.) times/test (4 community market test). 14 seller from every village, main supply on vegetable, pork, fish and chicken meat. Average value turnover 34, 725 (± 6, 229.48 S.D.) baht/test. The community market are evolution by their community in 3 way: 1).Community market between community 2).Community market in their village 3).semstable market on main road of community.

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Published

2019-09-04

How to Cite

ไชยปิน อ., ศรีเงินยวง เ., สุวรรณรักษ์ อ., & เสถียรพีระกุล ข. (2019). Guideline to Establish Community Market for Self-reliance of Huaykong Village, Tumbon Yang Piang, Omkoi District, Chiangmai Province. Research and Development Journal Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, 8(2), 124. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/irdssru/article/view/214482