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Suwanbamrung, C., Dumpan, A., Thammapalo, S., Sumrongtong, R. and Phedkeang. P. (2011) A model of community capacity building for sustainable dengue problem solution in Southern Thailand. Health, 3, 584-601. doi:10.4236/health.2011.39100

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  • TITLE: Student capacity building of dengue prevention and control: A study of an Islamic school, Southern Thailand

    AUTHORS: Charuai Suwanbamrung, Niran Tapalak, Charuai Jitchun, Chairat Promsuwan, Somjit Prosupa, Yoottapong Muenraj, Anan Dumpan

    KEYWORDS: Student’s Capacity Building Process; Dengue Prevention and Control; Islamic School; Pondok

    JOURNAL NAME: Health, Vol.4 No.7, July 19, 2012

    ABSTRACT: Dengue has been a critical problem for an Islamic School, Nakhon Si Thammarat province, Southern Thailand. Objectives: 1) to build student capacity; and 2) to evaluate the results of student capacity building. Method: Participatory Action Research: PAR was applied in three phases: 1) the school-based preparation phase; 2) the process of building student capacity phase, and 3) evaluation of the results of the student capacity building. Independent T-Test statistical method was used to analyze student capacity both before and after the intervention. Larval Indices were determined through ratio analysis. Results: Prior to the intervention, there was no clear strategy for combating dengue. In this study, three groups were formed to build student capacity: a leader group, a non-leader group, and a support group. The leader group (48 student leaders), critical to the study, was set as a dengue club named “Eliminate Ades Aegypti, the culprit of dengue” which focused on eight sets of activities: “Dengue or Death”, “Seniors educating juniors”, “Reward for good answers”, “Dengue monitoring team”, “Youth to expel mosquetoes”, “Mosquito or busy”, “Garbage elimination of Pondok”, and “Essential doctors”. The level of student capacity for the prevention and control of dengue of a sampling of 308 student representatives of the Pondok (Islamic school) showed an increase after intervention ( (SD); 56.78 (17.06); 65.33(15.36) and different statistic significant (P