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Approaches toward district development models for multi-agency team work. In: Training for agriculture and rural development 1981



Approaches toward district development models for multi-agency team work. In: Training for agriculture and rural development 1981



FAO Economic and Social Development Series (24): 81-90



The article discusses approaches used by the Centre for Extension and Continuing Education (CECE) which was established in January 1976 to facilitate a systematic and sound approach to extension at the University of Pertanian, Malaysia. The CECE is testing two general approaches for multi-agency work for rural development, and is assessed within the institutional context of extension work in Malaysia as a whole.

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