Agricultural Research & Extension Network (AgREN) Papers

Overview

ODI's Agricultural Research and Extension Network (AgREN) was established in the mid-1980s to link policy-makers, practitioners and researchers in the agriculture sector of developing countries. AgREN was founded on a strong belief in the importance of information exchange and learning from both positive and negative experience. It aims to provide its members with up-to-date information and the opportunity to maintain a dialogue with others who have similar professional interests.

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Publications in this series

Rural Radio in in Agricultural Extension: the example of vernacular radio programmes on soil and water conservation in N. Ghana

Journal articles or issues | January 2007 | Robert Chapman, Roger Blench, Gordana Kranjac-Berisavljevic’ and A.B.T. Zakariah
This paper describes this specific experience in the context of rural radio as a tool for agricultural extension and rural development, with reference to the dramatically changing technology environment that is currently influencing information and communication...
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Improving backyard poultry-keeping: a case study from India

Research reports and studies | June 2005 | Czech Conroy, Nick Sparks, D. Chandrasekaran, Anshu Sharma, Dinesh Shindey, L.R. Singh, A. Natarajan, K. Anitha
A research project has been investigating the production problems facing backyard poultry-keepers in two locations in rural India, Udaipur District in Rajasthan and Trichy District in Tamil Nadu, and seeking to work with poultry-keepers to address some of them.
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AgREN Newsletter No 52

Newsletters | June 2005
AgRen's final newsletter, covering various topics including the reason's why the publication was unique.
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