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3 September 2013 Hiroyuki Kondo Director for International Affairs Office SME Agency, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. APEC Women’s OVOP Seminar F acilitation of women’s entrepreneurship with the use of the One Village One Product (OVOP) method. What is “OVOP”.

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3 September 2013

Hiroyuki Kondo

Director for International Affairs Office

SME Agency, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

APEC Women’s OVOP SeminarFacilitation of women’s entrepreneurshipwith the use of the One Village One Product (OVOP) method

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What is “OVOP”

Basic Concept of OVOP

  • “One Village, One Product” (OVOP) is a movement or governmental program which encourage each local area, for instance ONE VILLAGE, to create ONE PRODUCT.
  • It is aimed at developing human resources as well as activating local communities in regional areas.

Origin and Worldwide Spread

  • A Japanese local government, Oita prefecture, started the first “OVOP” movement about 30 years ago, followed by many local governments/organizations in Japan.
  • The method of OVOP has been utilized as a tool of international cooperation for regional development.
  • Today, OVOP has been spread to many developed and developing countries, including APEC economies.
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3 Basic Principles of OVOP

Women’s OVOP

Promotion of women’s entrepreneurship

Local yet Global

Partnership, Mutual Cooperation

self-relianceCreativity

Human ResourceDevelopment

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APEC Women’s OVOP Seminar

Facilitation of women’s entrepreneurship with the use of the “OVOP” method

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