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The aim of this study is to study on the active role of government and participation of people in rural development and compared the Saemaul Undong Rural Development with that of the Uzbekistan’s rural development model. The results showed similarit ies in terms of the central and local government partnership towards cooperation; rural development structures by active participation; increase in household-income; as well as political and economic perspectives. However, in the field of policy implementation, it was found that both countries possessed its own uniqueness in operation and management. From the study, it was found that each and every country cannot use the exact Korean SMU model. Thus, the success of its implementation depends on the proper modification and adaptation; taking into consideration the socio-political and economics aspects of each and every country before its application.
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