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The role of agricultural innovative platforms as a best practice to scale-up the adoption and use of improved seed technologies amongst small-scale farmers

the case of promotion of enterprises and livelihood development (PELIDO) innovation platform in Kinoni, Kisseka Sub-county Lwengo District, Western Uganda

The role of agricultural innovative platforms as a best practice to scale-up the adoption and use of improved seed technologies amongst small-scale farmers

the case of promotion of enterprises and livelihood development (PELIDO) innovation platform in Kinoni, Kisseka Sub-county Lwengo District, Western Uganda

Samenvatting

Innovation Platforms (IPs) have been developed as forums that disseminate best practices in agricultural development and research. In Sub-Saharan Africa they are being tested as equitable, dynamic spaces bringing together heterogeneous actors to exchange knowledge and harness opportunities in experimental learning, research, dissemination and diffusion of improved technologies. However, knowledge and understanding of their implementation remains limited. It is against this background that the study set out to explore and establish the role of agricultural innovative platforms as a best practice to scaling-up the adoption and use of improved seed technologies amongst small-scale farmers.

OrganisatieVan Hall Larenstein
AfdelingManagement of Development
PartnersHogeschool Van Hall Larenstein
Jaar2018
TypeMasterscriptie
TaalEngels

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