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Agricultural Extension: Global Status and Performance in Selected Countries: Overview

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Agricultural Extension: Global Status and Performance in Selected Countries: Overview

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Kristin Davis
BOOK LAUNCH
Virtual Event - Agricultural Extension: Global Status and Performance in Selected Countries
Co-Organized by IFPRI and the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM)
SEP 10, 2020 - 09:30 AM TO 11:00 AM EDT

Kristin Davis
BOOK LAUNCH
Virtual Event - Agricultural Extension: Global Status and Performance in Selected Countries
Co-Organized by IFPRI and the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM)
SEP 10, 2020 - 09:30 AM TO 11:00 AM EDT

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Agricultural Extension: Global Status and Performance in Selected Countries: Overview

  1. 1. Agricultural Extension: Global Status and Performance in Selected Countries Dr. Kristin Davis Development Strategy and Governance Division International Food Policy Research Institute Book Launch | 10 September 2020 Overview
  2. 2. Why? Extension’s role in rural transformation Drivers or Characteristics Extension Performance Outcomes and Impact Frame Conditions 2
  3. 3. Why? What’s special about this book? 3 gaps 1. Lack of common framework – no comparison 2. Global status update 3. Performance data linking different assessment levels using primary and secondary data 3
  4. 4. What? Contents  Global overview comparing extension at national and regional levels  Performance assessment, impact evaluation in selected countries  Lessons and policy insights 4
  5. 5.  Coverage – Brazil  Adoption – Ethiopia  Access – Malawi Findings: Performance of selected countries Households in Malawi receiving agriculture or nutrition advice from any source (%) 5
  6. 6.  Increased coverage for women and youth  Increased number and proportion of women field staff Findings: Performance – access to services Access to extension services by gender and age group in Malawi (%) 6
  7. 7. In remembrance of Burt Swanson and Ephraim Chirwa • Thanks to Gary Alex, Sonia Maria Pessoa Pereira Bergamasco, Ricardo Serra Borsatto, Carolina Rios Thomson Ephraim Nkonya, Nana Afranaa Kwapon, Edward Kato, Patience Rwamigisa, Bernard Bashaasha, Margaret Najjingo Mangheni, Guush Berhane, Gashaw Tadesse Abate, Thomas Woldu Assefa, John M. Ulimwengu, Catherine Mthinda, Andrea Bohn, Burton Swanson, John Preissing, Sergio Ardila, Francisco Aguirre, Julián Buitrón, Mahika Shishodia, Sam Oeurn Ke, Pham Hoang Ngan 7
  8. 8. Appendix 8
  9. 9. Findings: Governance  Increasingly pluralism  Public-sector roles  Lack of policies to guide extension governance Institutional affiliation of providers of agricultural advisory services in Uganda 9
  10. 10. Findings: Capacity  >1 million extension agents today  > half have a 2-3-year diploma or less  Little on-the-job training or continuing education Global share of agents by education level by type of organization (%) 10
  11. 11. Findings: Management  Agents carry a heavy work burden  Limited or no incentives, rewards Frontline workers’ time allocation during planting season in Malawi (%) 11
  12. 12. Findings: Advisory methods  Traditional approaches (demonstrations, group meetings) continue  Market-oriented, digital approaches rapidly increasing Agricultural extension service methodologies in Argentina, Chile, and Colombia (%) 12

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  • Definition: Approaches used to interact with farmers

    Brazil’s  current methods are participatory, considering both formal and indigenous knowledge. Uganda uses mass media, demonstrations, shows, and group approaches to reach farmers.

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