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close this bookForestry Training Manual for the Africa Region (Peace Corps, 1985)
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View the documentTrainee guidelines
Open this folder and view contentsTraining program overview
Open this folder and view contentsConducting the training program
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View the documentWords about transition
View the documentSession 1 : Welcome, expectations, and evaluation criteria
View the documentSession 2 : Special projects
View the documentSession 3 : The forests of the world, peace corps' forestry goals, the individual volunteer's role
View the documentSession 4 : Record keeping - group process
View the documentSession 5 : Video tapes
View the documentSession 6 : Agro-forestry data collection
View the documentSession 7 : Feedback
View the documentSession 8 : Flowers, seeds, the beginning
View the documentSession 9 : Nutrition
View the documentSession 10 : Non-verbal communication
View the documentSession 11 : Germination
View the documentSession 12 : Coping skills
View the documentSession 13 : Basic site selection, planning & layout of a nursery
View the documentSession 14 : Review of trainees' nursery plan
View the documentSession 15 communication through illustration
View the documentSession 16 : Soil preparation, seedbed sowing
View the documentSession 17 : Individual interviews
View the documentSession 18 : Reproduction by clippings and nursery review
View the documentSession 19 : Introduction to extension
View the documentSession 20 : Protection and record keeping (Insect collection)
View the documentSession 20A : Chicken preparation
View the documentSession 21 : The volunteers' role as an extensionist
View the documentSession 22 : Tropical horticulture: care, tending and disease control
View the documentSession 23 : Women in development - part I
View the documentSession 24 : Team building
View the documentSession 25 : Building and using a rustic transit
View the documentSession 26 : Women in development - part II
View the documentSession 27 : Working with groups as an extension worker
View the documentSession 28 : Trees: identification & planting
View the documentSession 29 : Lesson plan and use of visual aids in teaching
View the documentSession 30 : The ugly American
View the documentSession 31 : Catchments - sowing of seedlings into catchments
View the documentSession 32 : Weekly interview
View the documentSession 33 : Agro-forestry
View the documentSession 34 : Community analysis introduction
View the documentSession 35 : Soils
View the documentSession 36 : Community analysis
View the documentSession 37 : Irrigation
View the documentSession 38 : Review of expectations - mid-way
View the documentSession 39 : Problem analysis
View the documentSession 40 : Soil erosion
View the documentSession 41 : Species report - research demonstration
View the documentSession 42 : Cultural values
View the documentSession 43 : Wellbeing
View the documentSession 44 : Field trip overview
View the documentSession 45 : Agro-forestry reports
View the documentSession 46 : Weekly interview
View the documentSession 47 : Leave on week-long field trip
View the documentSession 48 : Pesticides
View the documentSession 49 : Review of field trips
View the documentSession 50 : Resources
View the documentSession 51 : Area measurement, pacing, compass use
View the documentSession 52 : Compost heap - greenhouse construction - germination percentage
View the documentSession 53 : Culture shock
View the documentSession 54 : Range management
View the documentSession 55 : Grafting and fruit trees
View the documentSession 56 : Professional approaches to interaction with host country officials
View the documentSession 57 : Project planning: goal setting
View the documentSession 58 : Final interviews
View the documentSession 59 : Ecology teams presentations
View the documentSession 60 : Graduation