2 edition of Integration of women into farming systems research/extension for faster technology change found in the catalog.
Integration of women into farming systems research/extension for faster technology change
M. A. Ayieko
|Statement||by M.A. Ayieko.|
|Series||Research paper series / Egerton University College ;, no. 11, Research paper series (Egerton University College) ;, no. 11.|
|LC Classifications||S542.A35 A95 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 20 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||88098004|
increased women incomes and, subsequently, household food security. Based on the identification of four main gaps in extension services in terms of gender and nutrition integration, INGENAES activities can be divided into the following action areas: Build more robust, gender-responsive, and nutrition-sensitive institutions, projects, and. AGRICULTURAL POLICY IN PERSPECTIVE. The development of agriculture in South Africa is often viewed solely as the technical advance, in this century particularly, of large-scale commercial farming specialising in crop and animal production according to the prevailing natural resources and climatic conditions, and taking advantage of both abundant low-cost labour and opportunities for.
Given the large genetic variation in their ability to harvest atmospheric nitrogen, there is a significant opportunity to increase the favorable effects of pulses on farming systems  by breeding cultivars with high nitrogen-fixing capacity. Climate change creates new challenges for pulse production. Dec 16, · Book Detail: Extension Methodologies for Transfer of Agricultural Technology Language: English Pages: Author: TNAU Price: Free Outlines of Extension Methodologies for Transfer of agricultural Technology Communication Communication models Forms of communication Extension programme planning Principles of programme planning Monitoring and evaluation of extension .
We suggest the reorientation of agricultural higher education in light of some emerging issues in the context of globalization, such as food security, diversification, sustainability of ecosystems, and agribusiness. These issues will pose challenges to future agricultural scientists, particularly in the developing countries. The curriculum of agricultural higher education needs to be made more Cited by: 1. Traditionally, research, extension and adoption of innovations have been understood as a pipeline, where researchers develop innovations, extension workers spread them and farmers adopt or reject them. This mental model of innovation is limited for a number of reasons and many of its limitations are highlighted in different papers of this volume.
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The use of the term 'farming systems' as in farming systems research-extension (FSRE) is different from its use by Ruthenberg () which is descriptive of farming systems in the men and women -- into the technology development process. Some form of rapid reconnaissance is nearly always included.
to study the integration of crop and. procedures used in the farming systems approach are appropriate to helping researchers and extension workers understand the capabilities of farmers in their research domains. Rapid reconnaissance surveys or "sondeos", a well known component of farming systems methodology, were developed to help understand farmers and their conditions.
For precision farming systems, the roles for public organizations surrounding leadership on data integration (on-farm and off-farm), integration of technology (via standards), testing equipment performance, and development of training programs including support of initiatives such as farmer virtuosobs.com by: Early Farming Systems Research and Extension experience in Africa and possible relevance for FSR in Europe Presentation at the 16th International Farming Systems Research Extension Symposium, held in Santiago, Chile.
organization and management. In R. Tripp (Ed.), Planned change in farming systems: Progress in on-farm research (pp. Cited by: 5. maximize the potential for improving the integration of gender into the farming systems approach, taking advantage of the interest aroused by the case studies initiative.
Sessions would address specific issues of theory, method, and policy related to Farming Systems Research and. Early Farming Systems Research and Extension Experience in Africa and Possible Relevance for FSR in Europe Chapter (PDF Available) · June with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
per “Investing in Integration of Univer-sities into National Agricultural Research and Extension Systems.” The paper was prepared by Gary Alex and Derek Byerlee, with inputs from Solomon Bekure, Ed Quisumbing, Ivar Serejski, and Willem Zijp. The full paper is available from the AKIS Anchor staff in the Rural Development Department of the.
Integration of Agricultural Research and Extension ©APOISBN: The integration of agricultural research and ex tension is not a simple task. In fact, The (T&V) extension system, farming systems research, farming systems research and extension, and lab to land program to strengthen research-extension.
Farming Systems Research (FSR) may be defined as a diagnostic process, providing a collection of methods for researchers to understand farm households and their decision-making. Its applications use this understanding to increase efficiency in the use of human and budgetary resources for agricultural development, including research, extension and policy virtuosobs.com book provides a.
virtuosobs.com: Gender Issues In Farming Systems Research And Extension (Westview Special Studies in Agriculture Science and Policy) (): Susan Author: Susan V Poats. Research, development and extension (RDE) professionals should therefore understand ‘systems approaches’ to ensure their work is relevant and supports farm managers to adapt to change.
Participatory systems approaches, such as Farming Systems RDE, have been used in developing countries but are now emerging in developed economies, including Cited by: 1. IMPROVING INTEGRATION of RESEARCH, EXTENSION and EDUCATION 1.
Are we asking the right questions. What are essential characteristics of integrated research, teaching and extension programs on climate, natural resources, and agriculture.
Should. farmers ’ participation in extension programs and technology adoption. The study there- The study there- fore suggests that GOs and extension administrators may benefit from adopting an agri. Strengthening Gender Perspective in Agricultural Research & Extension 2 Research and Education constituted by the Planning Commission for the formulation of the Eighth Five Year Plan () recommended establishment of National Research Centre for Women in Agriculture (NRCWA) to undertake research relevant to the needs of farm.
By doing this in ways that enhance and sustain agricultural productivity, agroforestry can also alleviate some of the pressure for the conversion of forest land into farmland. Moreover, the integration of farmers into forest management schemes through the use of "compromise" land-use systems based on agroforestry may be one of the few realistic.
The Expert consultation on agricultural extension, research-extension-farmer interface and technology transfer took place at FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, from 16 to 19 July The consultation participants represented Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, India.
Farming systems are dynamic, but the overall trajectory around the globe is of increasing intensification of resource use for agricultural production.
This chapter sets out some historical views on forces that drive agricultural intensification. These include population density, markets, access to resources, and technological virtuosobs.com: Sieglinde Snapp, Barry Pound.
Presently, the farming objective is the sustainable economic yields for the present generations without dislocating the natural resource base for the future generations.
This book is intended as a professional b a s i c book for post-graduate level students of Recent Advances in Integrated Farming Systems. Challenges to Farming Systems Research and Extension. Research reports and studies. December J A Berdegué. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH–EXTENSION LINKAGE SYSTEMS: AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE Joseph U.
Agbamu 1 INTRODUCTION The concept of linkage implies the communication and working relationship established between two or more organisations pursuing commonly shared objectives in order to have regular contact and improved productivity. Over the past sixty years, Asian countries have gone through rapid agricultural transformations helping to lift broader economic development.
The change has differed in nature and speed across countries of the region. In much of East and Southeast Asia, agricultural productivity growth facilitated labour exit and savings transfers, which helped jump-start industrial growth and urbanization.The third chapter gives an account of the various extension models, approaches and methods that have been tried out in developing countries and the experiences.
The chapter concludes with the transition being made to agricultural innovation systems from Research & Extension systems and highlights the role of extension services in this context.ROMANIAN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EXTENSION SYSTEMS AND THEIR LINKAGES Staicu Mara Monica – National Agency for Agricultural Advisory Macedonia - - Building Partnerships for Technology Generation, Assessment and Sharing among West Balkan countries Skopje, TFYR of Macedonia, 27 to 29 June