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EXTENSION THROUGH WOMEN'S COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GROUPS: A CASE STUDY OF FEMALE EXTENSION ASSISTANTS         
subjects:  Gender     Rural finance and Book-keeping         
levels and types of education: Secondary and vocational education              
ROME, 2003, pages 33
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English
This publication can be used by female extensionists and female extension assistants. This case study enables rural women to engage in the field of agriculture production. It concentrates on the extension modality followed by a group of female extension assistants in the north of Pakistan. The use of women's community development groups as a platform for female extension workers to deliver extension advice has been explored and compared with the extension approach of contacting individual farmers.
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