Forest Extension: Equitable partnerships for sustainable multi-functional forestry


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Forest Extension: Equitable partnerships for sustainable multi-functional forestry
Paper prepared for IUFRO Division 6 meeting, Valdivia, Chile, 11-17 November, 2002
By
Christine Holding Anyonge
Forestry Officer (Extension) FAO, Rome
Email: Christine.HoldingAnyonge@fao.org


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Contents

Abstract.

INTRODUCTION

1. Introduction

1.1 Forestry at F.A.O

1.2 Forestry Extension at FAO

2. A BRIEF ON THE CHANGING FOCUS and STRUCTURE OF EXTENSION SERVICES

2.1 Trends in Extension theory and practice

2.2 Institutional Reform of Extension Services.

2.3 Changing economic environment.

3. CURRENT AND FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR FOREST EXTENSION

3.1 Re-orientation of forest extension

3.2 Multipurpose and multi-functional planted forests and trees outside forests.

3.3 Addressing the challenge

CONCLUSION

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