Decentralizing agricultural extension : lessons and good practice

Abstract: Field extension advisory services are well suited to decentralized approaches, but a comprehensive extension system requires a range of extension support services and programs, some of which (strategy formulation, training, M&E) are often best carried out at the central level.

Author(s): Alex, Gary; World Bank

Source(s): , v, 16 p., ill., tabs

Published: 2000 World bank. Rural development family. Agricultural knowledge & information systems (AKIS), Washington, DC (English

ISBN/ISSN: /

Link: http://siteresources.worldbank.org/INTARD/825826-1111063678817/20431788/Decentralization.pdf

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