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One Village One Product Movement Cambodia National Committee for One Village One Product (OVOP) movement

FAO’s Webinar on Stocktaking and Lessons Learned from the Implementation of One Village One Product in Asia and the Pacific









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    Global application of the One Village One Product Movement concept
    Lessons from the experiences of the Japan International Cooperation Agency
    2022
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    In the context of FAO's Global Action (GA) on Green Development of Special Agro-Products (SAPs), themed as “One Country – One Priority Product” (OCOP), given that OCOP shares similar philosophy as the One Village One Product (OVOP) movement and taking advantages of the rich experiences of OVOP and advances made by Asian countries, especially Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)'s support in many OVOP projects around the world, this publication presents an overview of the OVOP movement globally and showcases how OVOP can boost rural economies and increase food security nutrition through the development of local products hence contributing to SDG 1, 2, and 10. Chapter I explains what OVOP is and how it has been disseminated outside Japan. Chapter II provides overview of JICA's support for OVOP. In Chapter III, JICA’s OVOP projects are analyzed in terms of their objectives, alignment to strategic policy framework, target population, products/services, governance structure and monitoring and evaluation. Chapter IV reviews the process and interventions taken in OVOP projects and identifies good practices.Chapter V lists success factors which are extracted from OVOP projects. FAO’s One Country–One Priority Product (OCOP) projects are encouraged to refer to them in their planning and implementation phases. Lastly, in Chapter VII, several implications and recommendations for OCOP are drawn from OVOP experiences of JICA.
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    Developing capacities in agricultural innovation systems: Scaling up the Tropical Agriculture Platform Framework (TAP-AIS) - Dissemination workshop on national agriculture innovation system in Cambodia: Assessment findings
    19/jul/21
    2021
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    The flyer provides a brief introduction to the EU-funded project "Developing capacities in agricultural innovation systems: Scaling up Tropical Agriculture Platform Framework (TAP-AIS)", and the objectives and agenda of the workshop. The workshop aims at presenting the findings of the national agricultural innovation system (AIS) assessment conducted in Cambodia in the context of the TAP-AIS project.
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    National Agricultural Innovation System Assessment in Cambodia
    Consolidated Report
    2021
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    Cambodia’s development is strongly influenced by growth in the agriculture sector. In this context, the modernization of agriculture has been highly regarded by the government as a long-term strategy to transform traditional labour-based agriculture into technology-based and with that to effectively enhance the country’s further regional integration within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. In support of this strategic vision, a participatory assessment of the Agricultural Innovation Systems (AIS) was conducted in coordination with the General Department of Agriculture (GDA) and supported by the Royal University of Agriculture (RUA). The AIS assessment aimed at (a) characterizing and taking stock of agricultural innovation systems and providing insights on factors that determine their capacity to enable and promote inclusive and responsible innovations, (b) identifying critical gaps, needs, opportunities, good practices, etc. and (c) formulating actionable recommendations including policies and strategies for reform and integration aiming at strengthening and making AIS more effective. Three multi-stakeholder workshops were organized using a participatory approach with different groups of stakeholders representing national (Phnom Penh) and regional (Takeo and Kampong Cham).  In addition to the workshop, key informant interviews were conducted with individuals who have first-hand knowledge about AIS in their own field. The present report summarizes the main findings of the assessment and proposes specific recommendations on: (i) institutional capacity development of key organization within Ministry of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF) for the strengthening the AIS and enable innovation, and (ii) the formulation of policy on importation tax on agricultural inputs, and agricultural credit with low interest rate, and  (iii) the update of the existing Agricultural Extension Policy. 

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