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Reforming agricultural extension and research services in Africa.

Jon R. Moris

Reforming agricultural extension and research services in Africa.

by Jon R. Moris

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Published by Overseas Development Institute in London .
Written in English


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ContributionsOverseas Development Institute. Agricultural Administration Unit.
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Open LibraryOL18739364M

GROUP EXTENSION APPROACH INTRODUCTION Group extension events happen when extension staff work with several farmers at the same time and place. They provide an opportunity for group based learning, can stimulate group development and co-operation between farmer s, and are a cost-effective means of delivering extension messages. Agricultural extension project topics and materials for undergraduate and post graduate students. Research project paper, seminar topics and materials are available for dissertation, thesis, essay, bsc, msc, ma, phd in Agric Extension department. Find below the list of research project topics in agricultural extension.

paradigm, extension field workers relied on research stations and/or central administration to determine what lessons should be taught to farmers. However, under extension as a learning paradigm, extension workers must learn from the farmers being served, as well as listen and link to research and markets, in setting extension priorities.   History of Agricultural Extension in the world and in Africa 1. COURSE GUIDEAEM INTRODUCTION TO AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION ANDRURAL SOCIOLOGYCourse Developer/Writer DR. J.A. Salawu Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, BauchiCourse Editor Professor S. F. Adedoyin College of Agricultural Science Olabisi Onabanjo University Yewa Campus, Ayetoro .

term, ‘agricultural extension’, narrows the focus and defines the area to which the extension process is applied. Without extension, the farmers would lack access to the support and services required to improve their agriculture and other productive activities. extension and other agricultural services are appropriately located at provincial level. Innovative means for agricultural extension and training by the state in partnership with industries should be sought” (National Planning Commission, ). This is a clear indication that an effective and efficient extension and advisory service is.


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Agricultural Extension Reforms in South Asia: Status, Challenges, and Policy Options is based on agricultural extension reforms across five South Asian countries, reflecting past experiences, case studies and experiments. Beginning with an overview of historical trends and recent developments, the book then delves into country-wise reform trajectories and presents several cases testing the.

In Africa there is an estimated 1 extension worker per 4, farmers, compared with 1 per hundred farmers in developed countries. [8] This ratio falls far below the Food and Agriculture Organization recommendation of 1 officer for every proportion of agriculture budgets allocated to extension services varies from country to country, for example, from 5% in Zambia to 50% in.

This is part of a series of descriptive reports and later in-depth analysis of the survey data. These series are aimed to provide an assessment of the state of agricultural extension and advisory services provision in Malawi in order to inform policy and reform processes and. THE CHALLENGE OF REFORMING NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SYSTEMS IN AFRICA: THE CASE OF UGANDA’S POLICY REFORM PROCESS – P.B.

Rwamigisa, 1 M.N. Mangheni 2 and R. Birner 3 ABSTRACT After years of extension reform efforts in Africa, there is still a considerable lack of knowledge on how to provide cost-effective agricultural. Reforming Tanzania's Agricultural Extension System: The Challenges Ahead G.

Proposals for a new approach to extension services in Africa. In (N. Roberts, ed.) Agricultural Extension in. Agricultural Extension Reforms in South Asia: Status, Challenges, and Policy Options is based on agricultural extension reforms across five South Asian countries, reflecting past experiences, case studies and experiments.

Beginning with an overview of historical trends and recent developments, the book then delves into country-wise reform trajectories and presents several cases testing the. Reform of Agricultural Extension Services in Africa: Lessons from Uganda. A paper presented at the Democratic Republic of Congo national conference on reform of agricultural extension.

The Need for a National Agricultural Policy: A concept paper for Policy makers and Development planners presented to Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and.

1. A KEY CHALLENGE OF REFORMING NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SYSTEMS IN AFRICA THE CASE OF UGANDA’S EXTENSION REFORM PROCESS – Patience B.

Rwamigisa and Regina Birner Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries, P.O. BoxEntebbe, Uganda 2. that further research focusing on the impact of extension services on the economy of South Africa be conducted.

Key terms: Agricultural extension organisation, Extension practitioner, Extension services, Agriculture, Rural development, Farmers, Poverty, Poverty alleviation, Food security. The Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE), the Department of Agricultural Marketing (DAM), and IFPRI's Suresh Babu joined hands to assess the setbacks and propose strategies for strengthening and reforming the agricultural extension system in Bangladesh.

Their research gleans insights from a literature review and is enriched by focus group. Issues for agricultural extension and advisory services. India is not alone in the world in reforming its agricultural extension and research systems.

There are many countries where extension and advisory service reforms are occurring globally (Swanson and Rajalahti,World Bank, ). A common pattern in most developing countries is to. Historically, agricultural service delivery in developing countries started with production-oriented limited extension services for export crops compared to subsistence agriculture.

To make this happen, the prime tool in achieving agricultural development, poverty reduction, and food security is bringing agricultural extension services to the people in rural areas. Apart from responding to the growing demand of farmers and semi-pastoralists, there is a need of dynamic and proactive extension system to elevate the level of.

The quality of agricultural extension services is an important issue in Tanzania where agriculture dominates the economy, accounting for 50%of the gross domestic product (GDP), providing 85% of exports, and employing about 80% of the work force (URT, ). Over 70 % of the country’s million people live in rural areas (FAO.

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Best Prices Original Products. Evolution of agricultural services in Sub-Saharan Africa - trends and prospects (English) Abstract. The paper traces the evolution of World Bank'support to agricultural services, particularly extension and research in Sub-Saharan Africa from the early s to the present.

The extension services, by their very mandate and character, are supposed to deal with traditional, mostly illiterate rural households, in order to provide them with technical advice not only on agricultural technologies but also on relevant subjects like farm input supply, credit.

W.A.D.P. Wanigasundera, Nihal Atapattu, in Agricultural Extension Reforms in South Asia, Abstract. Agricultural extension services globally are face with a challenge to become more effective and responsive. This chapter examines the developments of agricultural extension services in Sri Lanka over the past two decades.

The national extension policy of Malawi – lessons from implementation. The Government of Malawi put in place the National Extension Policy in to promote the provision of quality agricultural extension services. Fifteen years after its introduction, while action has been taken on some compo-nents, many key elements of.

Agricultural Economics Research Review Vol. 26 (No.2) July-December pp The State of Agricultural Extension Reforms in India: Strategic Priorities and Policy Options§ Suresh C. Babua*, P.K. Joshib, Claire J.

Glendenningc, Kwadwo Asenso-Okyerec and Rasheed Sulaiman V.d aInternational Food Policy Research Institute, Washington DC, USA bInternational Food Policy Research Institute.

agricultural extension policy has contributed to improving the delivery of extension services and whether the farmers have improved their farming practices as a result of the implementation of this policy. The new agricultural policy in Tanzania stipulates the need for the Government to deliver.Bank assisted agricultural extension projects are being implemented in some thirty countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

Senior officials of the extension and research systems of these countries participated in week-long workshops in January This report summarizes the deliberations at these workshops.1. Public Sector Agricultural Extension 5 Diversified Strategies 5 Pressures to change: a critical turning point 5 The pendulum swings back 6 Extension as a function 7 Agricultural extension reform strategies 8 A consensus on lessons learned 11 Extension for Poor Rural Families to Improve Production.