Building Agricultural Extension Capacity in Post-Conflict Settings
Case Studies

Cloth: 978 1 78639 059 2 / $140.00
 
Published: June 2017  

Publisher: CABI
260 pp., 6 3/4" x 9 3/5"
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This book (a) investigates the experiences and issues involved with rebuilding extension systems (including public sector, private sector, and non-governmental organization extension) in post-conflict settings, (b) evaluates the impact of different extension policy approaches and practice in such settings, and (c) identifies the key elements needed to effectively rebuild agricultural extension systems and programs in post-conflict contexts. The chapters include country-specific case studies that provide a descriptive account and also analyze strategies, successes and failures, and lessons learned. A synthesis chapter examines insights and lessons learned across post-conflict settings, and identifies the elements and investments needed to rebuild extension systems and programs in these contexts.

Table of Contents:
1. Agricultural Development, Extension, and the Role of Conflict
2. Case Study – Sierra Leone
3. Case Study – Liberia
4. Case Study – South Sudan
5. Case Study – Mozambique
6. Case Study – Sri Lanka
7. Case Study – Myanmar
8. Case Study – Republic of Georgia
9. Case Study – Tajikistan
10. Case Study – Afghanistan
11. Case Study – Iraq
12. Case Study – Role of NGOs
13. Synthesis of Lessons Learned
14. Conclusions and Implications for Practice