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Table 2 Results

From: The social determinants of health of the Urak Lawoi’ of southern Thailand

 STUDY COMMUNITIES
SaladanSang Ka OuKo Lipe
DETERMINANTS AS REPORTEDLivelihoods and IncomeIncome from traditional livelihoods significantly decreased due to laws, policies, and competition; Limited alternative opportunities, especially for womenIncome from traditional livelihoods significantly decreased due to laws, policies, and competition; Limited alternative opportunities, especially for womenIncome from traditional livelihoods significantly decreased due to laws, policies, and competition; Limited alternative opportunities, especially for women
EducationMultiple concerns about curriculum; Limited opportunities to continue education beyond 9th gradeMultiple concerns about curriculum; Limited opportunities to continue education beyond 9th gradeGeneral satisfaction with curriculum, but would like more English training; Extremely limited opportunities to continue education beyond 9th grade
Land Ownership and Land GrabbingLand is government owned; Access to ancestral burial grounds in vicinity is at riskMost participants own their land and homes and are relatively satisfied; Some participants reported that they were coerced into moving away from the sea in exchange for aidLand grabbing is a significant issue for entire community, with imminent threat of eviction for at least 121 households; A portion of ancestral burial ground has been claimed by nearby resort
Living ConditionsSubstandard living conditions in Toh Ba Lue include: Poor access to running water; Poor sewage and sanitation, Poor and unsafe access to electricity; Interior of many homes exposed to the elements and biting insectsLimited water supply during dry season; No trash removal servicesSubstandard living conditions for several homes; Poor access to running water