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Sufficiency Economy is a philosophy that stresses the “middle path,” or moderation. It is not necessarily limited to agricultural or rural sector.
Greater self-reliance at the community level is the foundation for sustainable growth in the local economy. The Sufficiency Economy philosophy is central to community empowerment and the strengthening of communities as foundations of the national economy.
On the outskirts of Bangkok, there is a Muslim community that has become a prominent example of a sufficiency community, not at the basic stage, but a more advanced level.
Many Sufficiency Economy learning centers have been established in the southernmost provinces of Thailand. One of them is the Sufficiency Economy Learning Center of the Sirindhorn Military Camp.
A great deal has been written about the Sufficiency Economy philosophy, bestowed by His Majesty the King on his subjects. The concept has also attracted interest from countries in Asia and Africa.
The Sufficiency Economy has been widely referred to as a philosophy, a theory, as well as a concept, advocated by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
Based on common sense and rationality, the Sufficiency Economy philosophy of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej stresses on the concept of having enough to live on, moderation, reasonableness, and immunity.
As the Sufficiency Economy philosophy of His Majesty the King provides guidance on appropriate conduct covering numerous aspects of life, it is connected to human development.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has called on Thai people to adopt His Majesty the King’s Sufficiency Economy philosophy as a major guideline for leading their lives.
In his New Year’s greeting card given to all Thais on the occasion of New Year 2015, His Majesty the King wishes everyone happiness and prosperity.