Training and visit extension in practice
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CTA. 1989. Training and visit extension in practice. Spore 21. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Training and Visit Extension in Practice, edited by John Howell 1988, 107pp price UKL 4.95. ISBN 085003106 0. Available from: Overseas Development Institute Regents College - Inner Circle Regents Park London NW1 4NS UK
Training and visit is an approach to agricultural extension work which has evolved over the past decade in response to the under-utilization of a generally inadequate resource of fieldworkers. It aims to enhance their effechveness, and thus agricultural productivity: this is done by the regular upgrading of their techmcal skills, by concentrating on a narrower range of tasks, and by a more frequent contact with farmers. Training and Visit Extension in Practice is a collection of papers published by ODI (the Overseas Development Inshtute) and edited by John Howell. It focuses on the role, management, and performance of agricultural extension services which use the T and V system, with particular reference to the impact of this system in Zimbabwe Somalia, Zambia and India. As a whole, the book reflects the work of members of ODI's Agricultural Administration (Research and Extension) Network, and emphasizes extension management questions that occured during the period 1982-1987. It is concluded with an overview by the editor which draws conclusions from the lessons of recent experience on how to make agricultural extension effective, and completed by a comprehensive bibliography. Training and Visit Extension in Practice, edited by John Howell 1988, 107pp price UKL 4.95. ISBN 085003106 0. Available from: Overseas Development Institute Regents College - Inner Circle Regents Park London NW1 4NS UK
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