Volume 7, Number 2 / April issue 2021
Elda Kristiany, Yetrie Ludang, Mahdi Santoso
Preliminary study of rattan craft application on one village one product in Kapuas regency, Central Kalimantan

One village one product (OVOP) is an approach to developing regional potential to produce a unique global class product that is unique to the region by utilizing local resources. One village as referred to can be expanded into a sub-district, district/city, or other regional units in accordance with the economic potential and scale of business. With the OVOP program, it is hoped that attractive markets and product displays from developing countries, including their own countries, can be promoted to the international community at large. Rattan handicrafts in study area, Pulau Telo Village, Selat District, Kapuas Regency, Central Kalimantan, have the potential to be developed into regional superior programs or superior commodity areas. The rationale is that each region generally has its own peculiarities in producing several superior products. The unique characteristics per region or region with these specific products deserve to be raised and developed for the local community and bring added value. The development of handicraft product designs in this area is one aspect of all aspects related to the OVOP approach to developing the potential of an area. Therefore, a strategy is required that covers all related aspects.
Keywords: rattan craft, superior products, OVOP program, implementation

Cite this article:
Elda Kristiany, Yetrie Ludang, Mahdi Santoso. Preliminary study of rattan craft application on one village one product in Kapuas regency, Central Kalimantan. Acta Scientiae et Intellectus, 7(2)2021, 238-248.


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