1. INGENAES is designed to assist partners in Feed the Future countries (www.feedthefuture.gov) to · Build more robust, gender-responsive, and nutrition- sensitive institutions, projects and programs capable of assessing and responding to the needs of both men and women farmers through extension and...
  2. The AgriCultures Network strives to mainstream the values, principles and practices that underlie agro-ecology. The Network facilitates practice-based knowledge sharing at community level as well as among researchers, academia, extensionists and civil society actors. At the same time, the Network...
  3. The Caribbean Extension Provider's Network - CAEPNet is an organisation comprising of Extension service providers from the following countries in the region;Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia
  4. MELCA means ford both in Amharic and Oromo language – two of the widely spoken languages of Ethiopia. It means a crossing point on a river, which is symbolically used to indicate the need to take people away from their misconception about local people and culture to an understanding and...
  5. APEN offers members: a forum for professionals to share knowledge, information, skills and experience across Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the Pacific the opportunity to join a mentoring scheme to help you improveskills and abilities and a network which opens doors to future employment...
  6. INUAg.org is an up-to-date, organized and searchable resource for individuals, communities and organizations interested in urban agriculture. We are striving to be comprehensive in geography, sector, topic, growing methods, business models, policy and other topics as urban agriculture grows.
  7. TheJournal of International Agricultural and Extension Education(JIAEE) is the official refereed publication of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE). The purpose of theJIAEEis to enhance the research and knowledge base of agricultural and extension...
  8. Access Agriculture lists international extension organizations
  9. Mission Statement The mission of the "Journal of Agricultural Extension" is to publish conceptual papers and empirical research that tests, extends, or builds agricultural extension theory and contributes to the practice of extension worldwide. Scope of journal The Journal of Agricultural...
  10. The Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education (AIAEE), established in 1984, is a professional organization for agricultural and extension educators who share a common goal of strengthening agricultural and extension education programs and institutions worldwide. Why...
  11. In a rapidly changing world, farmers need a package of innovations and services, in addition to continuous access to knowledge and information. Having all this under one roof and in a rural setting can greatly accelerate adoption of innovations and increase benefits to farmers. Farmer training...
  12. TheInternational Development Innovation Network (IDIN)enables a global community of changemakers to design, develop and disseminate innovations that improve the lives of people living in poverty. We champion the belief that: Everyone can be an innovator. Co-creation encourages more inclusive...
  13. The Journal of Agricultural Education & Extensionaccepts authorative and well-referenced scientific articles within the field of agricultural education and extension after a double-blind peer review process. Agricultural education and extension faces profound change, and therefore its core...
  14. AIARD is an association of U.S.- and internationally-based members who have devoted their careers to global agricultural development and hunger alleviation. AIARD members are development professionals from universities, non-governmental organizations, private sector firms, consulting companies,...