2 edition of Decentralizing agricultural research management found in the catalog.
Decentralizing agricultural research management
D. P. Gapasin
by International Service for National Agricultural Research in Hague
Written in English
|Series||Working paper / ISNAR -- no.347|
The systems approach to agricultural management is used in formal as well as in informal training in pursuit of the main purpose which is the increase in management efficiency of farmers/managers in order to ensure sustainable and profitable agricultural production. We specialise in research on the economics of precision agriculture in South. Welcome to the Agricultural Management Practices for Water Quality Protection module. This training unit introduces eight basic types of agricultural practices that are suitable for reducing or minimizing water quality impacts, as part of an overall watershed approach. These practices are often called Best Management Practices, or Size: 2MB.
along with the scientific opportunities and gaps to overcome the challenges. There are tremendous near-term opportunities to improve water-use efficiency 1 and water productivity 2 through new technologies and systems-level approaches. The opportunities include (1) better use of spatial-resolution data and data science, (2) improving plant and soil properties to increase water-use efficiency. Address the research needs of the agricultural sector through R&D networking. Background The Central Farm Research and Development is a centralized station compromised of five main sections: Administration, Livestock, Crops, Agro-processing and Agriculture Engineering.
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Get this from a library. Decentralizing agricultural research management: the case of the regional consortia in the Philippines. [Dely P Gapasin]. Institutional agricultural research: organization and management -- module 2.
Research planning -- module 3. Organizational principles and design -- module 4. Leadership, motivation, team building, and conflict management -- module 5. Managing human resources -- module 6. Management information systems, computers and network techniques -- module : phasizes policy, institutional, and management issues associated with agricultural research, extension, and education, recognizing that other thematic teams will focus on technical issues.
The Team mission is to “promote the develop-ment of sustainable and productive agricultural research, extension, and education systems in Bank client File Size: KB.
Management of agricultural research involves many decisions that have scientific, social and political consequences. Every country has established agricultural research priorities based on many complex factors that must be considered when decisions are made on the choice of.
Decentralization and Agricultural Development Introduction to the Training Path on Decentralization and Agricultural Development 5 Module metadata 1. EASYPol module 2. Title in original language English Decentralization and Agricultural Development French Décentralisation et développement agricole Spanish Other language 3.
Decentralization or decentralisation (see spelling differences) is the process by which the activities of an organization, particularly those regarding planning and decision making, are distributed or delegated away from a central, authoritative location or group.
Concepts of decentralization have been applied to group dynamics and management science in private businesses and organizations. agricultural management system that designed to determine the farmland capability and the viability of farming practices for sustainable land use planning in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam.
Nicholas Bloom, professor of economics (by courtesy) The researchers found a similar phenomenon at companies where the plant manager has a relatively short tenure.
A newer manager is probably less loyal than one with a lengthy tenure and thus might act in ways that don’t fully benefit the firm — working shorter hours, for instance. In the recent times, several researchers under National Agricultural Research System and CGIAR institutions implemented projects on supply chain management as applied to different sectors in.
Chapter 1: What is decentralization. PURPOSE. The objective of this introductory chapter is to explain the importance of agricultural services, the role that governments had assumed in their provision and the perceived need in the s for institutional reform including a reduced role for central government in service provision.
Translate research into technology to quantify and evaluate management effects on watershed physical processes. 3.a. Develop a GIS-based erosion prediction management system that facilitates database acquisition and input file development, output visualization, and supports multiple scales of focus, including: watersheds, farm fields, and.
in the realm of agricultural research. methodology is a vital neces-sity, and my plea-therefore is for its greatest possible utilization. General methodology is undoubtedly the most valuable tool of trade in all loccupations, but is probably the most neglected of subjects. Without methodology we would possess no scientific Size: 68KB.
diverse began decentralizing some development planning and management functions during the s and early s. They did so because of dissatisfaction with the results of national planning and administration, and because the underlying rationale of international development strategies changed during the Size: 4MB.
approaches to economic management and service approaches to organizing public administration. Though not yet widely applied to agricultural research and extension, decentralization strategies are potentially important to these agricultural knowledge and information systems.
Decentralization isFile Size: 34KB. Advances in agricultural productivity have led to abundant and affordable food and fiber throughout most of the developed world. Public and private agricultural research has been the foundation and basis for much of this growth and development.
ERS data, research, and analyses quantify agricultural productivity improvements and the sources of improvement, in the U.S. and globally. ATMA is a society of key stakeholders involved in agricultural activities for sustainable agricultural development in the is a focal point for integrating Research and Extension activities and decentralizing day to day management of the public Agricultural Technology System(ATS).
tional agricultural research and extension system if changes are not made: 1. At least one-third of the Federal funding of agricultural research is granted by Federal agencies outside of USDA (Appendix Tables B-1 and B-2).
Therefore, USDA is no longer viewed as the only agriculture research-granting agency. Ten of the 57 state agriculture. This book examines how agricultural innovation arises in four African countries – Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda – through the lens of agribusiness, public policies, and specific value.
Rural people around the world continue to struggle with food insecurity, persistent poverty and inequality, and environmental degradation. IFPRI's Global Food Policy Report (GFPR) outlines a strategy for rural revitalization to transform rural areas into vibrant and healthy places to live, work and raise families.
The April 3 IFPRI Malawi GFPR launch in Lilongwe explored the potential for. Agricultural Research Management in US Land-Grant Universities – The State Agricultural Experiment Station System Donald A.
Holt USDA-CSREES National Research Initiative: Support for Agricultural Research – The competitive grants program in the United States Chavonda Jacobs-Young, M.A.
Mirando, and Anna Palmisano. research (5 years) and in teaching (6 years) in the Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University, I will not dare enough to make a tall claim regarding the originality of the material incorporated in this text book entitled, ‘Research Methodology for Agricultural Economics’, but I certainly admit that, theFile Size: KB.A sustainable approach to providing agricultural extension services in developing countries-minimal external inputs, a systems orientation, pluralism, and arrangements that take advantage of the best incentives for farmers and extension service providers-will release the local knowledge, resources, common sense, and organizing ability of rural.Does decentralization work in practice?
Does it strengthen local level democracy and economic development? This book examines these questions by analyzing the experience of seven medium sized cities in Colombia and Chile.
The authors draw on extensive fieldwork involving numerous interviews with actors at all levels and from all sectors. The result is a unique test, at the local level in Latin.