The research team of Walailak University was led by Dr. Neeranat Kaewprasert Rakhangthong, Director of the Education Service Center. and another 5 researchers, namely Assistant Professor Dr. Somjitana Khumpai, School of Political Science and Public Administration, Lecturer Dr. Jintanee Rusue, Assistant Professor Dr. Chonlakarn Benjasak, Lecturer Chawapong Nuisuk and Lecturer W. Charawat Promma, School of Accounting and Finance We are conducting research with the central working group of the Fund for Educational Equity or the Equitable Education Fund (EEF), database system team. and provincial working groups in the five target provinces, namely Surat Thani, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phuket, Krabi, and Yala, collect data and analyze the progress of child development. Youth and new generation workers at the provincial level according to the Sustainable Development Goals in Education (SDG4) by the results obtained from the indicators of the tool It reflects the coverage and equality of access to education at all levels for children and youth in the area. The quality of learning received from the quality of the educational institution and learning outcomes that occur This leads to the synthesis of information to present progress and main agendas that are issues for driving educational progress in various dimensions.In this regard, the research team provided an opportunity for 4 student volunteers to participate in storing, collecting, classifying the stored data, organizing them, categorizing them, and importing them into the child development database system. youth and new generations of workers at the provincial level, as well as allowing student volunteers to work with the Institute of Rural and Social Management Agency under the Rural Restoration Foundation of Thailand Under the Royal Patronage (SDG 17.2.5) in giving information and create media to disseminate project results to the public through various media So that stakeholders can access it easily and quickly. Data can be used to further research studies to create lifelong learning (SDG 4.3.1).