2 edition of Institutional development of local organisations in the context of farmer-led extension found in the catalog.
Institutional development of local organisations in the context of farmer-led extension
|Statement||David Brown and Caroline Korte.|
|Series||Network paper / Agricultural Research and Extension Network -- no.68|
|Contributions||Korte, Caroline., Overseas Development Institute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 20p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
From an institutional perspective, an organization is viewed as a purposeful structure within a social context. From a process-related perspective, an organization is viewed as an entity is being (re-)organized, and the focus is on the organization as a set of tasks or actions. This book will help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals of the U.N. in SSA. Therefore, the book is of interest to agriculturalists, economists, social scientists, policy makers, extension agents, and development/bilateral organizations. Basic principles explained in the book can be pertinent to all development organizations.
An organization legitimizes the development effort, and shows that it's serious and well-supported. It lends form to the development effort. An organization is something community members can point to as a result of their coming together. It has substance and purpose, rather than simply being a group of people talking about doing something. Capacity building (or capacity development) is the process by which individuals and organizations obtain, improve, and retain the skills, knowledge, tools, equipment, and other resources needed to do their jobs allows individuals and organizations to perform at a greater capacity (larger scale, larger audience, larger impact, etc).). "Capacity building" and "Capacity.
Social change, in sociology, the alteration of mechanisms within the social structure, characterized by changes in cultural symbols, rules of behaviour, social organizations, or value systems.. Throughout the historical development of their discipline, sociologists have borrowed models of social change from other academic the late 19th century, when evolution became the predominant. reportedly o NGOs active in Iran. The majority of these organizations are charity organizations, and thus would not fall under the category of development-oriented NGOs. In this document the term NGO is primarily used for organizations other than charitable organizations. The structures of NGOs vary considerably.
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CONTEXT OF FARMER-LED EXTENSION: THE AGROFORESTRY PROGRAMME OF THE MAG'UUGMAD FOUNDATION By David Brown and Caroline Korte This paper reviews the attempts of the NGO, World Neighbors, and its indigenous successor, the Mag'uugmad Foundation Inc., to develop the local institutional capacity of farmer organisations on the island of Cebu in the Philippines, building.
This paper reviews the attempts of the NGO, World Neighbors, and its indigenous successor, the Mag'uugmad Foundation Inc., to develop the local institutional capacity of farmer organisations on the island of Cebu in the Philippines, building on a highly successful programme of farmer- led extension of agroforestry technologies.
Institutional development of local organisations in the context of farmer-led extension The agroforestry programme of the Mag'uugmad Foundation By D. Brown, C.
Korte and London (United Kingdom). Agricultural Research and Extension Network (AgREN) Overseas Development Inst. IFSA GLO Good Practices: Institutional Development 3 Title of Best Practice: Community-Based Participatory Extension Management and Empowerment: Institutionalization and Scaling Up 1 Country: Philippines Authors: Virginia R.
Cardenas 2, Evangeline Sulabo, Rowena Baconguis, Federico A. Cruz, Yolanda Mendoza, Elvira Talatayod, Francisca Tan, and Lorna Domingo. among local institutions (e.g. producer organisations, local government), the more sustainable the programmes are. They can do this through ensuring that local institutions.
Recently, farmer-led extension approaches have come to be considered as appropriate for farmers' need. These approaches increase farmer's basic knowledge and ability to make their own choices and.
farmer-led and market-led extension in India (Moni, ). Need of paradigm shift in agricultural extension system: India’s agricultural extension system is at a pivotal point in its development.
The arrangements for agricultural extension in India have grown over the last five decades, in terms of activities, organizational types and. The farmer-led research approaches led to some changes in both formal and informal ARD institutions, including government research and extension organisations at different levels, educational institutions, NGOs, community-based organisations (CBOs) and farmer organisations.
In a broader context, NAEP creates a development environment which assists Government of Bangladesh in identifying agricultural extension initiatives which merit support.
The institutional and organizational framework, which is integral to policy implementation, provides a greater degree of coordination across donor-aided agricultural extension.
With a more complete understanding of institutions and organizations, some of the issues surrounding conflicts over resource use were more easily uncovered, and a range of resource conflicts between immigrants and indigenous people were found to have an institutional origin (IDS).
Agrawal, Arun, Charla Britt and Keshav Kanel. Extension and rural development: Converging views on institutional approaches. Agriculture and Rural Development Discussion Paper 4. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Alex, G., W. Zijp and D. Byerlee with input from the AKIS Thematic Team. Rural extension and advisory services: New directions.
Rural Development strategy Background Paper 9, ARD. Agricultural producer organizations: their contribution to rural capacity building and poverty reduction (English) Abstract "Producers" covers all aspects of agricultural production, including livestock and fisheries and the processing of agricultural products on-farm or in the rural areas.
Chapter 21 - Establishing and strengthening farmer organizations. Shankariah Chamala and P. Shingi. Shankariah Chamala.
is an Associate Professor of agricultural extension and management in the Department of Agriculture, The University of Queensland, St.
Lucia, Australia. Shingi is a Professor in the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, India. Farmer Producer Organizations as Farmer Collectives: A Case Study from India. NaliniBikkina. from local traders at a price % higher than the market rate.
Inferior quality of these inputs (Dev, ) and long delays in procurement further complicates the problem. In this context, the government is promoting the formation of FPOs. In general, local government may be said to involve the conception of a territorial, non-sovereign community possessing the legal right and the necessary organization to regulate its own affairs.
This, in turn, pre supposes the existence of a local authority with power to act. Agricultural extension programmes have been one of the main conduits of addressing rural poverty and food insecurity. This is because, it has the means to transfer technology, support rural adult learning, assist farmers in problem-solving and getting farmers actively involved in the agricultural knowledge and information system .Extension is defined by FAO  as; “systems that should.
All farmer led innovations are not of a technical nature but rather are socio-economic and institutional innovations. The concept of farmer innovation is applied to agriculture technology processes that aim to improve rural livelihoods for sustainable development while ensuring inter-institutional.
Community Development: Past and Present 13 taught new agricultural methods, and planned new towns in the impoverished Tennessee River basin. At the local level in America’s cities and rural counties, New Dealers rebuilt slums with public housing projects, which they designed as small planned communities.
sometimes through institutional differences. As institutional economics of development is a vast subject, in this paper I shall confine myself to a subset of institutional issues, still keeping the range rather broad, broader than most of the other chapters in this book.
In this chapter, after a brief foray into the history of economic thought. Institutional theory provides an account of the growth and structure of the academic and state research sectors, as successful organizations in industrialized nations operate as models far from their original contexts.
Academic departments consist of researchers grouped by subject, each of whom is relatively free to select research projects.
United Nations This book presents the key debates that took place during the high-level segment of the Economic and Social Council, at which ECOSOC organized its first biennial Development.Over time, extension provision has been supply-driven, with little direct consultation with the farmers to whom the extension technologies, information and associated services are intended.
The linear model of technology transfer (researcher-extension-farmers) has been the dominant approach to agricultural and rural development in Nigeria, resulting in the delivery of technologies that have.Farmer-led extension.
London: Intermediate Technology, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Vanessa Scarborough; International Institute of Rural Reconstruction.; Overseas Development Institute (London, England); World Neighbors (Organization).