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A study of the agricultural extension service in the United States (North Carolina) and the agricultural extension service in Ghana



A study of the agricultural extension service in the United States (North Carolina) and the agricultural extension service in Ghana



Dissertation Abstracts International, A Humanities and Social Sciences 48(4): p.811



Comparison of the agricultural extension service in the USA and the Ghanaian extension service shows a number of differences in the organizational structure, methods used to carry out the extension programmes, variety of programmes, and methods of reporting and evaluation of programmes.

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