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Agricultural extension. Volume 1: basic concepts and methods

, : Agricultural extension. Volume 1: basic concepts and methods. Sonder ikation der GTZ ( 212): 276pp.

The handbook sets out to assist development specialists in Third World countries in improving the planning, implementation and evaluation of agricultural extension projects. It attempts to explain basic theories and important relationships in the multitude of existing extension activities. It then uses these and current practical experience to propose ways of structuring the work of projects in everyday practice.

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