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An instrument for the adaptation of the Training and Visit extension system to changing agro-ecological and socio-cultural conditions

, : An instrument for the adaptation of the Training and Visit extension system to changing agro-ecological and socio-cultural conditions. Journal of Extension Systems 6(2): 12-20

The need for an instrument which facilitates the adaptation of the Training and Visit (T&V) extension system to changing agro-ecological and socio-cultural conditions was established. The instrument is in the form of a checklist of questions, which were derived from empirical case studies of T&V adaptations. The questions are grouped according to the most typical T&V principles which need local adaptation: extension, links with research, systematic training, time-bound work.


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