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OTOP local-wisdom pride the product of Thailand
Thailand. Krom KДЃnphatthanДЃ Chumchon. Community Development Technical Assistance Center Region 1.
by Community Development Technical Assistance Center Region 1, Community Development Department, Ministry of Interior in Bangkok]
Written in English
|LC Classifications||MLCSE 2010/01716 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||2008337753|
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OTOP stands for ‘One Tambon (meaning sub-district) One Product’. It is a local entrepreneurship stimulus program which aims to support the unique locally made and marketed products of each Thai tambon all over Thailand.
OTOP drew its inspiration from Japan's successful One Village One Product (OVOP) programme, and encourages village. OTOP: Stories from Thai Local Wisdom [OTOP] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : OTOP. Comparison of OTOP and Non-OTOP Members’ characteristics in the initial stage A.
Product Criteria on 1 process quality Food cert 5 2. Production dev. From 3 local 5 other Local wisdom Product dev. / continuous 5 frequently 4 improve Local raw material 80% 5 80% 5 Environ.
neg. eff. non 5 some 1 1. Input Ban Kaew points points OTOP Non-OTOP File Size: 2MB. The One Village One Product (OVOP) movement was a policy implemented in in Oita Prefecture, Japan. It was used as a basis for crafting the One Tambon One Product (OTOP) policy in : Valentin Noble. OTOP Product Champion (OPC) Organized inOTOP Product Champion (OPC) is part of the government's OTOP promotion.
It is a continuing phase after OTOP manufacture communities and SMEs have been registered and the SMART OTOP training was organized OTOP community members to enhance their skills and knowledge and the product.
Product OTOP 5 Star - Chiang Mai: There is an excess supply of fruits in the northern provinces of Thailand. Therefore, the cooperative produces wine to add value to fruits. Category Clothes and garments Hand-made woven cotton cloth is a cultural heritage and local wisdom passed down from forefathers.
In the past, Thai grew cotton trees. of One Village One Product (OVOP) movements in Japan and Thailand. According to this objective, OVOP development carried out by Oita government in Japan and One Tambom One Product (OTOP) development operated by the national Thai government will be comparatively studied in terms of policy initiatives and implementation processes.
About The Project. Local Wisdom is a project originated by Dr Kate Fletcher, Reader in Sustainable Fashion at London College of d inLocal Wisdom is now generously funded by The Leverhulme Trust. The project, which links together a network of partners and design activity in seven centres of high fashion consumption spread across three.
Local Wisdom and Thailand Agricultural Studies Center for Development. Background Information of the Programme. Thailand is one of developing countries in a globalized world, where most of her local populace have required the accessibility of technology and innovation for improving their quality of life.
Product programs (OTOP). The OTOP movement in the Philippines highlighted regional pride, rediscovered indigenous products and paved the way for increased entrepreneurship.
As stated by Cutaran (), the OTOP has played a great role. Local wisdom becomes universal as soon as the behavior becomes universal. An example: Soccer was locally played in England - the rules, the wording etc.
was local wisdom. OTOP is the brand of products sold under the 'One Tambon, One Product' project, a nationwide sustainable development initiative launched by the Thai government.
OTOP uses local wisdom and community skills, and aims to support unique locally made products, by utilizing the indigenous skills. Folklore Research () has summarized the definition of local wisdom into 4 types: 1) local wisdom is an abstract and is related to religion, 2) local wisdom is the potential that protects the community, 3) local wisdom is the body of knowledge and 4) local wisdom is an intellectual capital.
This study is concerned with the comparative study of leadership in the “One Village, One Product” (OVOP) and similar movements in Japan and the “One Tambon, One Product” (OTOP) project in Thailand.
The aim of the study is to explore leadership constructed in the OVOP movement and OTOP project. This study uses in-depth semi-structured interviews Cited by: 4. THE ELEVENTH NATIONAL ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN () National Economic and Social Development Board Office of the Prime Minister Bangkok, Thailand 2.
Announcement of the Royal Command Subject: The Eleventh National Economic and Social Development Plan B.E. – (A.D. – ) (M.R.). (Mulder, ) Since last few years the government has promoted a campaign called‚ One Tambon One Product (OTOP) because the target area is the administrative unit called ‚Tambon, which is the equivalent of village or town in English.
The movement was originally started in Oita Prefecture in Japan. Journey T h r o u g h t h e A m a zing Wonders of the Kingdom of Thailand. Produced by Promotional Material Production Division, Marketing Services Department, Tourism Authority of.
Chapter two literature revie2 last but not list Malaysia’s well-structured policy coordination does not resemble Thailand’s more flexible industrial promotion.
In fact, East Asia is a region where a variety of approaches to development have been tried. Thai OTOP prioritizes export-product, and Malawi’s case especially cares about. This species of bird is endemic to Thailand and Myanmar and was thought to be extinct until its rediscovery in One of the rarest birds on the planet, it is estimated that only pairs exist in Thailand.
Keep your eyes open for other species as well, since there are a number of bird spots scattered on the nature trails. on “The Folk Local Wisdom and the Development of Community Economy: A Case Study of Bronze-craft at Pradit Torakarn Community, Chatuchak District, Bangkok” found that local wisdom is an important factor in the production of bronze-craft products and a combined body of knowledge contributing to the success of theFile Size: 4MB.
Chapter 3: One Tambon One Product in Thailand Introduction One Tambon One Product (OTOP) is a Thai version of OVOP. Tambon stands for sub-district. The OTOP is one among many Thai Government projects which aim for the development at the grass root level.Tourism Authority of Thailand, Khon Kaen Office Areas of Responsibility: Khon Kaen, Roi Et, Kalasin, Maha Sarakham Tel.
+66 Tourism Authority of .The community won best Handicraft Village Award from the Princess Prem Purachatra Memorial Foundation inand One Tambon One Product (Otop) Village Champion of the Community Development Department in Its porcelain products are certified as five-star Otop of Samut Sakhon.
Urai Taengaiam is the woman who started it all.