2 edition of Changing public and private roles in agricultural service provision found in the catalog.
Changing public and private roles in agricultural service provision
Includes bibliography (p65-75).
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Changing Public and Private Roles in Agricultural Service Provision. This book considers the different and changing roles of the public and private sectors in agricultural service provision.
Books or book chapters. 31 May Get this from a library. Changing public and private roles in agricultural service provision. [Diana Carney; Overseas Development Institute (London, England). Natural Resources Group.]. This book considers the different and changing roles of the public and private sectors in agricultural service provision, addressing: agricultural research, agricultural extension, rural financial services, agricultural marketing, veterinary services, fertiliser supply and seed supply.
Changing Public and Private Roles in Agricultural Service Provision. By D Carney. 90 pp. ISBN 0 8 Overseas Development Institute Portland House Stag Place London, SW1E 5DP ng Public and Private Roles in Agricultural Service Provision.
Private sector approaches should be complemented by the public extension system. Public-private partnerships with private, NGOs, and farmer organizations are key for advancing agricultural transformation through extension and rural service provision.
Current extension service models, provided by private or public agricultural extension agents (AEA) approach Private providers NGO Agricultural extension models – method of service provision & providers Public AEA. INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE Page 9 Supply-driven: Local and central government, & donors Demand-drivenFile Size: 1MB.
Changing Public and Private Roles in Agricultural Service Provision. London: Overseas Development Institute, Natural Resources Group. London: Overseas Development Institute, Natural Resources Group.
Cary, J. In India, the private agricultural sector plays a major role in agricultural extension service provision. It fills the gap of inefficient input delivery and customized advisory services.
The private sector includes crop science industry, seed and input companies, distributors and agro-dealers, service providers of various kinds, food processors. Appraisal of the business model for service provision 11 Services of DAM 11 Main instruments 13 PPP private–public partnership R&D research and development RD&E research, development and extension 3.
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CONCEPTUAL CLARIFICATION The term public service includes the following: a. The Civil Service: the career personnel of the presidency, ministers, Extra – MinisterialFile Size: KB. Agricultural extension activity is important agrarian-political instrument of the state which stimulates the development of agricultural production.
Agricultural extension service has to be competent in agricultural skills, to communicate efficiently with producers and stimulate them to acquire new knowledge. – Organising public service provision is deemed to be a core function of governance, and since extension services are perceived to be a failure, reforms in extension service delivery is warranted.
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Changing roles of farmers organisations In rural societies, traditional organisations have an inward-oriented or ‘bonding’ function to build social capital and facilitate collectiveFile Size: KB. Presently, Indian agricultural extension has wide mandates and despite the pluralistic extension approaches, its coverage and use of services is limited; particularly in rain-fed regions that are represented by marginal and smallholder farmers’.
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The government plays an important role by establishing standards and overseeing their enforcement. Agricultural extension (also known as agricultural advisory services) plays a crucial role in boosting agricultural productivity, increasing food security, improving rural livelihoods, and promoting agriculture as an engine of pro-poor economic growth.
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