The Sufficiency Economy Project engages business economic students to work closely with the villagers to develop products of their labor for market. These villagers embrace the sufficiency economy idea in their life style.

The Sufficiency Economy Project engages business economic students to work closely with the villagers to develop products of their labor for market. These villagers embrace the sufficiency economy idea in their life style. The idea was developed by the present King of Thailand in finding a sustainable pathway for Thai farming and agricultural industries. It encourages farmers to apply natural means to fend off harmful insects rather than employ modern synthesized chemicals. It also promotes famers to utilize their farms and fields from a long term perspective rather than exploit them with a short-sighted practice. Working closely with the villagers, the students learnt how the farmers’ lives had changed from earlier periods which were quite dependent on chemicals and pesticides in farming to a more natural oriented perspective such as new organic pesticides made from herbs and materials that is available in their farmland. In return, the farmers have products that better serve the market and receive higher earnings that can be used to improve their community.

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