This thesis aims at studying the role of the democracy promotion volunteers at village level in imparting knowledge concerning democracy of the Langu District, Satun Province. It is to find out the extent to which these volunteers can comprehend what is called democracy. Should their comprehension be good, what they will impart to the people can be adequate. Should their comprehension be the contrary, the expected result can be inadequate. Volunteers are categorized according to sex, age, educational level, occupation and acquaintance with democratic orientation. Their understanding of democracy will be focussed on political leadership, right and liberty, political policy, elections, and political role. It is found out that social and economic factors of the volunteers cause differences in their understanding in political leadership, right and liberty, political role. But no differences are found on policy and elections. It can be surmised that should these volunteers comprehension of democracy is good, imparting what they know to the people should be good too.