|We invite you to share good practices in extension and advisory provision in South Asia based on your personal experience with promoting/studying such good practices so that others in the region can learn from your insights.
What is a good practice?
"A good practice is simply a process or a methodology that represents the most effective way of achieving a specific objective. Some people prefer to use the term ‘good practice’ as in reality it is debatable whether there is a single ‘best’ approach – and of course approaches are constantly evolving and being updated. So another way of defining a good practice is one that has been proven to work well and produce good results, and is therefore recommended as a model. The essence of identifying and sharing good practices is to learn from others and to re-use knowledge. The biggest benefit consists in well developed processes based on accumulated experience.” (SDC, 2004)
Good practices in Extension and Advisory Provision Some of the potential topics include:
The audience for good practice could range from policy makers to farmer organizations; from extension scholars to extension researchers and from agri-business companies to extension managers. The maximum length for each good practice should be 4 (A-4) pages (including relevant pictures/tables if any).