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May 2003

Strengthening the pluralistic agricultural extension system: a Zimbabwean case study

One of the activities the Integrated Support to Sustainable Development and Food Security Programme (IP) carried out in Zimbabwe in Phase-I (1998-2002) was research on pluralistic agricultural extension systems in Zimbabwe. The study was conducted by the Agricultural Research Council and other national partners with close technical follow-up by FAO's Extension, Education and Communication Service. This comprehensive report, includes an overview and analysis of all public and private extension service providers, a targeted strategy to enhance co-ordination and collaboration between both public and private extension providers, and a guiding framework for a pilot project to test and promote pluralistic co-ordination among extension service providers.

Click here to see the publication (html format) or here to see the pdf format (622 KB).



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