Sokoine University of Agriculture

Reforming Tanzania’s agricultural extension system: the challenges ahead

Show simple item record Mattee, A. Z. 2020-08-10T08:33:28Z 2020-08-10T08:33:28Z 1994
dc.description African Study Monographs,1994: 15(4); pp177 — 188 en_US
dc.description.abstract The agricultural extension system in Tanzania has faced many problems, of which the key seems to be the poor institutional, administrative and organizational structure of the extension services. Recently, the Tanzanian government, with the assistance of the World Bank launched a major restructuring of the country's extension system including the introduction of the training and visit (T and V) extension. The T and V extension has some inherent weaknesses particularly if implemented without any modification to the Tanzanian context, due to lack of resources and other complimentary services. Recommendations are given to make the T and V system of extension more effective under Tanzanian conditions. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Agricultural extension en_US
dc.subject T and V extension en_US
dc.subject Extension management en_US
dc.subject Agricultural development en_US
dc.subject Smallholder agriculture en_US
dc.title Reforming Tanzania’s agricultural extension system: the challenges ahead en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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