The Evaluation Model of Buddhist Well-Being Network Development in Innovative Approach
Keywords:research project evaluation, health organization network, project evaluation in Buddhist Approach.
The purpose of this article was to evaluate the network development project of creative Buddhist health organizations. This research applied qualitative method by studying the primary documents, the Tipitaka, and interviewing 34 key informants. The content analysis was used as the research methodology. The results showed that the participation of researchers with the network of health organizations in the area called “the Sangha training people” in the sub-district Center (STC) work in the form of memorandum of understanding (MOU) and public communication forum was mostly successful except in some areas that lack operational experience. It was measured by the research results, outcomes and impacts of activities both in terms of quality, quantity and budget used. Key indicators for evaluating the project of developing a network of organizations for creative Buddhist well-being were based on the 3 completed insights of the 4 Noble Truths, namely: Saccañāṇa (An Insight of the Truth) related the evaluation of regulations, project plan, roles, duties, responsibilities of committee, and project objectives; Kiccañāṇa (An Insight of the Activity) related the evaluation of the objective achievement of each activity, active role of participants and details of each activity; Katañāṇa (An Insight of what has been done) related the evaluation of the successful outcome on the aspects of receiving information, activity participation, stakeholders behavior changing. The body of knowledge derived from this research is called CPAD Model, which C stands for Completed Insight, P stands for Project entity, A stands for Activities proceeding, and D stands for Everything done.