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Participatory technology development with resource-poor farmers

Czech Conroy

Participatory technology development with resource-poor farmers

maximising impact through the use of recommendation domains

by Czech Conroy

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Written in English


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StatementCzech Conroy and Alistair Sutherland.
SeriesNetwork paper -- no.133
ContributionsSutherland, Alistair., Agricultural Research and Extension Network.
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Open LibraryOL15556251M
ISBN 100850037034

  Technology Transfer (persuasive + paternalistic), Advisory work (persuasive + participatory), Human resource development (educational + paternalistic) and Facilitation for empowerment (educational + participatory) are the four paradigm of extension education. "Modern Extension Approaches for Livelihood Improvement for Resource Poor Farmers. Programme for Participatory Evaluation, Adaptation and Adoption of Environmentally Friendly Nutrient Management Technologies for Resource-Poor Farmers. The programme’s objective is to find low-cost technologies that can be adapted to meet the needs of wetland rice File Size: 2MB. Participatory Technology Development. 20 Farmer Innovation as Entry Point to Participatory Research and Extension (Chris Reij and Ann Waters-Bayer) 21 Participatory Technology Development Where There is No Researcher (Laurens van .


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Developing technologies for the resource poor and deserves to be more widely used by both research and development agencies. PARTICIPATORY TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT WITH RESOURCE-POOR FARMERS: MAXIMISING IMPACT THROUGH THE USE OF RECOMMENDATION DOMAINS Czech Conroy and Alistair Sutherland Contact details.

Participatory technology development (PTD) has been advocated as a way of increasing the likelihood that technologies developed will be suitable for resource-poor households (RPHs).

However, PTD is a resource-intensive approach, and it has also been argued that it is an expensive one, on the grounds that the high degree of heterogeneity among. A Guide for Participatory Technology Development.

Experiences from Participatory technology development with resource-poor farmers book Agricultural Research in Central India. Yvonne Zahumensky. Handbook PTD. A Guide for Participatory Technology Development. particularly small resource-poor farmers are supposed to have full knowledge aboutFile Size: 2MB.

Participatory technology development for animal traction: experiences from a semi-arid area of Kenya Meeting the challenges of animal traction 21 This paper is published in: Starkey P and Kaumbutho P (eds), Meeting the challenges of animal traction.

The impact of participatory approaches has been substantial: it has significantly changedthe content of researchprogrammes,through informal interactions2or on-farm trials.5,10Therearefewerexamplesof programmes where farmers are specifically encouragedto Participatory technology development with resource-poor farmers book their technology requirements or to choose from alternatives presented for Cited by: Participatory Technology Development in Resource Conservation Technologies: A Case Study from Nepal Conference Paper (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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SAGE Business Cases Real world cases at your fingertips. CQ Press Your definitive resource for politics, policy and people. We consider that participatory technology development and adaptation approaches are needed to increase the extent of access and utility of CSA practices to women smallholder farmers (Ashby.

Conroy C, Sutherland A () Participatory technology development with resource-poor farmers: maximising impact through the use of recommendation domains.

ODI AgREN Network Paper no. Google ScholarAuthor: J. Vos, S. Page, U. Krauss. [1] Sangherea, GS, Dar, SH, Kashyap, SC, and Parray, GA“Participatory Plant Breeding: Targeting the Needs of Resource Poor Farmers in Marginal Areas,” in Crop Improvement: An Integrated Approach, eds.

CP Malik, GC Sanghera & P Sharma, MD Publications Pvt Ltd New Delhi, pp. Dr Essegbemon Akpo is Seed Systems scientist with expertise in plant production, seed systems, innovation studies, participatory action research, and multi-stakeholder processes.

He graduated from Wageningen University, The Netherlands. His 15 years experiences in agricultural research for development covered improved seed access Participatory technology development with resource-poor farmers book for smallholder farmers, connection between.

The main goal of farmer participatory research is to develop appropriate agricultural technology to meet the production needs of the small, resource-poor farmers. It is the reverse of the transfer of Participatory technology development with resource-poor farmers book paradigm.

It involves small, resource-poor farmers to generate or adapt appropriate technology on-farm. Agricultural development is explored within this dynamic context. The evolution of agricultural research is traced, from simplistic commodity-focused improvement, to innovation systems approaches.

This chapter provides an overview of principles and practice in agroecology, Participatory technology development with resource-poor farmers book.

Participatory Research, Development and Extension – Sustainable Agriculture Published - 1 October Developed in the ss, Niels Roling argues for sustainable agricultural development practice (RD&E) to involve farmers in the R&D process as collaborators and driving the RD&E agenda, rather than simply being the end-users (i.e.

Frontiers for rural development., Intermediate Technology Publishers, London. Chambers R and Ghildyal B P Agricultural Research for Resource-Poor Farmers: The Farmer-first- and-last Model", In Agricultural Administration, Vol Number 1 pp.

PTD participatory technology development RD recommendation domain RELMA Regional Land Management Unit (in ICRAF) iv further the impact of the research on resource-poor farmers a series of individual We are all aware of the potential benefits of small stock for resource-poor.

Ashby J A, Sperling L () Institutionalizing participatory client driven research and technology development in agriculture. Agricultural Administration (Research and Extension) Network Paper No.

Author: J. Ashby, T. Gracia, M. Del Pilar Guerrero, C. Quiros, J. Roa, J. Beltran. building farmers’ and communities’ capacity to identify and develop market opportunities and experiment through the application of innovative participatory approaches, is critical for creating a sustained collective capacity for innovation and for creating new alternatives for resource-poor farmers, especially women.

Most of the published work on participatory research for varietal breeding and selection can best be defined as participatory varietal selection, since farmers were given near-finished or finished products to test in their fields (e.g., Maurya et al., ; Sperling, ; Joshi and Witcombe, ).File Size: 95KB.

One of the key concerns of the farming systems approach to research and development (R&D) is to understand farmer's priorities, strategies, their resource allocation, and the biophysical and socioeconomic environments under which the farm household operates.

In using this approach, it is hoped that enough insights will be gained for participatory R&D efforts to enhance generation and Author: R. Labios, J. Labios, C. Medina, S. Bulayog, C. Bangoy. Sustainable Agriculture Extension Manual Part 1 Technology development and extension Participatory agricultural extension, 2 Meetings to raise awareness, 2 Institutional survey, 3 Wealth ranking, 3 Needs-assessment survey, 4 Learning about local practices, 5 Planning, 5 File Size: 4MB.

In order to be scaled up and widely implemented, such technologies must also meet a variety of needs of resource-poor farmers and be acceptable from a socio-cultural point of view Keywords Agricultural research Farmer livelihoods Participatory development Pre-analytical choice Resource-poor farmers Soil fertility Technology development Togo Cited by: Available in the National Library of Australia collection.

Format: Book, Online; p.: ill. to review experiences and approaches that have led to adaptation and then adoption of new technologies by resource-poor farmers and the identify future research and development needs based on experiences at the farm level.

Participatory. The main concern expressed by the book is that farmer participation raises but does not solve three key issues: the development of agricultural technology for diverse conditions; the problem of sustainable resource management; and the need for better targeting of research towards resource-poor farmers.

Participatory Livestock Research is intended to help livestock researchers and practitioners to overcome the potential difficulties associated with participatory livestock research. The book is aimed at: livestock and rangeland researchers (in national agricultural research systems, universities and NGOs) and extensionists and practitioners of.

The Experiences of the Farmers’ Research Project Project Experiences Series1 The Farmers' Research Project, located in Southwestern Ethiopia, is firmly based on the principles of farmer participatory research (FPR).

The overall goal of the project is to increase, in a sustainable manner, the incomes of resource poor families in the. Most importantly this conventional approach to farming systems research failed to incorporate the experience and knowledge of farmers into its survey design.

It is concluded that simple research questions can often provide the needed information in order that technologies useful to resource poor farmers are developed. The resource poor farmers are those with little or no resources to make In his book Environmental Sociology; A social constructionist, Participatory Technology Development (PTD): This is when technology is developed with the involvement of farmers, so that it is likely to be suitable.

Development Studies (IDS) in (Chambers et al. The book articulated a critique of the prevailing models of agricultural research and extension and documented a number of cases in which a new, participatory style of engagement with farmers had begun to File Size: KB.

Participatory plant breeding to promote Farmers’ Rights Introduction The International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture (the Treaty) is the first legally binding international agreement that explicitly recognizes farmers’ rights.

The normative content of the Treaty’s Article 9 on farmers’ rights is relatively open. of achieving resource-poor as participating farmers was about 80%. It showed that uptake SPs were much better (96%) compared to technology development SPs (66%).

In the uptake forum debate covered: Should landownership be ra criteria for targeting RPFs; barea of land owned and cultivated is critical for the livelihoods of RPFs. Participatory Technology Development and Dissemination of dairy innovations ; Demand-driven, System-oriented Extension Approaches for enhanced productivity as well as in view of changing climatic conditions; Low-External-Input- Dairying for Resource-Poor dairy farmers; Gender perspectives in Technology-Transfer.

The reductionist approach failed in terms of developing technologies for resource-poor farmers in less favorable heterogeneous production environments or agricultural areas. This led to the incorporation of a systems perspective in the identification, development, and evaluation of relevant improved technologies.

mainstream technology. More than 90 percent of the 18 million growers that produced biotech crops were resource-poor farmers in developing countries.

Since the commercial introduction of GM crops intheir global. Impact of participatory research on women farmers 99 empowerment.

Finally, we recommend strategies to involve further women farmers in PVS. BACKGROUND OF THE PROJECT Inwith funding until from the International Development Research of Canada (IDRC), a PPB project on rice was initiated by the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI).

Used increasingly widely in resource management, this process is known as Participatory Development Communication (PDC). This book presents conceptual and methodological issues related to the use of PDC to facilitate participation amongst stakeholders in a.

The main goal of farmer participatory research is to develop appropriate agricultural technology to meet the production needs of the small, resource-poor farmers.

It is the reverse of the transfer of technology paradigm. It involves small, resource-poor farmers to generate or adapt appropriate technology on-farm. International Journal of Ecology and Development Research, 1(1): In article View Article [3] Crane, T. Bringing Science and Technology Studies into Agricultural Anthropology: Technology Development as Cultural Encounter between Farmers and Researchers, Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment, 36(1): Cited by: 1.

New Frontiers in Participatory Research and Gender Analysis. Proceedings of the International Seminar on Participatory Research and Gender Analysis for Technology Development, September Systemwide Program on Participatory Research and Gender Analysis for Technology Development and Institutional Innovation.

CIAT, Cali. Beebe, J. This book provides a detailed history of farming systems research (FSR). While it includes the application of FSR to developed country agriculture, its main focus is on FSR in its original role, with small scale, resource-poor farmers in less developed countries.

There are some 40 contributions from nearly 50 contributors from 20 countries, illustrating both the diversity and yet the coherence Reviews: 1. The new paradigm of involving farmers in research and development would enhance pdf technical skills, research capabilities, and can better take decisions during technology development, transfer and adoption process is vital.

This would result to innovations that are more responsive to their priority needs, and can surmount the constraints.Systemwide Program on Participatory Research and Gender Analysis for Technology Development and Institutional Innovation (SP-PRGA), convened by CIAT.

Impact of PM&E methodologies on enabling resource-poor farmers to make effective demands on A book that synthesizes lessons from at least four histories of differing types of innovation as.Collaboration between farmer innovators and formal scientists in Ebook Innovation Development (PID) (pdf 2 MB) Cases from five Country Platforms in the Proli-FaNS (Promoting local innovation for food and nutrition security) project edited by Ann Waters-Bayer, Brigid Letty, Chesha Wettasinha, Georges Djohy and Joseph Nchor Preliminary publication, January