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    4/11/2015 El aprendizaje activo y el intercambio de conocimientos son claves para la adopción de innovaciones beneficiosas por agricultores. Programas de trabajadores comunitarios de salud (TCS) y trabajadores comunitarios de salud de animales (TCSA) han resultado en un cuerpo amplio de conocimientos sobre...
  2. 5/8/2015 Buenas intenciones y soluciones viables tendrán poco impacto si no nos conectamos con agricultores de maneras significantes para ellos. Los agricultores ponen confianza en lo que aprenden de las experiencias de otros agricultores, y son más dispuestos a confiar en lo que ven que en lo que...
  3. 1/4/2009 This article is from ECHO Asia Note #1 Based on the experiences of CRWRC and its collaborating partnering organizations in East Africa, the introduction of grain and vegetable amaranths shows real potential for the highlands of Southeast Asia. Grain amaranth should be seen and managed as a high...
  4. 30/4/2015 Este documento saca información del Breve #3 de MEAS Adaptation under the New Normal of Climate Change: The Future of Agricultural Extension and Advisory Services (La Adaptación bajo el Nuevo Normal del Cambio Climático: El Futuro de Servicios de Extensión de Agricultura y Consejeros). Escrito...
  5. 28/4/2015 El crecimiento reciente en los precios de bienes globales, tanto como la expansión de mercados domésticos y de exportación entre las economías emergentes, se traduce a oportunidades nuevas y mejoradas para los agricultores de pequeña escala en el mundo en vías de desarrollo en cuanto al acceso a...
  6. 5/8/2015 The complexity of the global food system creates a diverse group of actors ranging from smallholders to large corporations involved in the agriculture sector. Each of the many actors in an agriculture value chain has different needs, objectives, strengths and weaknesses. With women accounting for...
  7. 13/7/2015 Based on a MEAS paper entitled, The Current and Future Roles of Small Farm Resource Centers in Extension and Advisory Services: Synthesis Report from Seven Case Studies in Southeast Asia, this document highlights key take-a-ways of an assessment by ECHO of seven SFRCs in Southeast Asia. Through...
  8. 3/6/2015 Field-based teaching provides first-hand experience about the subject matter being discussed. An on-site encounter allows farmers to observe innovations in practice, discuss them, and ask questions. Farmers exposed to new ideas will be much more likely to understand and apply the information if...
  9. 29/5/2015 The lecture is one of the oldest and most widely used methods of teaching. In agriculture extension, field agents often use lectures as a method to share information with farmers. However, many lecturers are ineffective because they do not properly prepare and structure their presentations. Drawn...
  10. 28/5/2015 Most extension workers serving small-scale farmers in developing countries have been equipped with at least some level of agriculture-related training and field experience. Many, however, lack training in how to teach and facilitate learning, a skill that is equally important as technical...