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close this bookPrecepts for Extension in a Rural Context - Based on the perspective of 15 years of experience with 'contact farmers' in Nepal (LBL - SKAT - SDC, 1995, 94 p.)
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View the document1. Introduction
View the document2. Brief outline of the Tuki system
close this folder3. The context of development cooperation in Nepal in the mid-70s
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View the document3.1 Background and conditions
View the document3.2 The project area
View the document3.3 The Integrated Hill Development Project (IHDP)
View the document3.4 Extension approaches in Nepal
close this folder4. Historical perspectives of the Tuki system
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View the document4.1 Tukis as bringers of light into the darkness, initial phase 1977-80
View the document4.2 Tukis as project field staff, 1980-85
View the document4.3 Towards independence, 1985-86
View the document4.4 Official state recognition, 1986-88
View the document4.5 Tukis help themselves, 1988-90
close this folder5. Experiences with the Tuki approach
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View the document5.1 Challenge of broad impact
View the document5.2 Challenge of self-organised village base
View the document5.3 Challenge of integration
View the document5.4 Dealing with the flow of information
View the document5.5 Dealing with role understanding
View the document5.6 Dealing with motivation
View the document5.7 Dealing with commercialisable inputs (improved seed, credits, etc.)
View the document5.8 Dealing with training
View the document5.9 The need for ''conceptual cohesion'' between goals and actual activities
close this folder6. Some extension precepts
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View the document6.1 Four conceptual areas
View the document6.2 Broad impact - but how?
View the document6.3 Training of skills instead of ''help toward self-help''
View the document6.4 Handing over - to whom?
View the document6.5 Incorporate or terminate new extension structures?
View the document6.6 Remuneration instead of ''compensation'' for extension work
View the document6.7 ''Sustainability'' in extension systems = reconstructibility
View the document6.8 Organise farmers?
View the document6.9 From technology transfer programmes, to grass roots-oriented programmes, and on to programme-supported grass roots work
View the document6.10 Technical knowledge + methodological knowhow + motivation + role understanding = effective extension worker
View the documentAnnexes - Information sources, Interview partners
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