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The objectives of this research were as follows: to study the management of mangrove forest, community knowledge management process for mangrove forest management, and the factors supporting of community knowledge management for mangrove forest management through participatory action research at Ban Bang Kluainok, Tambon Kamphun Amphoe Suksamran, Changwat Ranong, and then all the results were analyzed by using content and descriptive analysis. The finding were as follows; 1) the community is planting mangroves, leave marine species in the mangrove areas, and establishes Mangrove forest rules, 2) community knowledge management consists of 12 steps, including defining the knowledge topics, pursuits knowledge, creating knowledge, the knowledge of the system, screening and processing knowledge, access to knowledge, the exchange and sharing of knowledge, the transfer of knowledge, to learn, the knowledge to use, store of knowledge, and evaluation of knowledge, and 3) factors supporting of knowledge management community, consisting of 17 factors, including the participation of community members, style learning activities, the goals and mutual benefits, leaders and Leadership, opportunities for the knowledge exchange and learning, knowledge management driven team, management, communications of the community, knowledge and skills of people, the relationship of community members, the culture of the community, praise and reward, the measurement and evaluation, the structure of the community, the history of the struggle of the community, support from external agencies, and information technology.
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