DIGITAL EXTENSION IN ZIMBABWE: SHARING LOCAL KNOWLEDGE IN LOCAL VOICES “ PODCASTING” Agriculture Coordinating Working Group 26 April 2012. Lawrence Gudza firstname.lastname@example.org.
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DIGITAL EXTENSION IN ZIMBABWE: SHARING LOCAL KNOWLEDGE IN LOCAL VOICES
Agriculture Coordinating Working Group
26 April 2012
“The gift of material goods makes people dependent, but the gift of knowledge makes them free”
“The gift of material goods makes people dependent, but the gift of knowledge makes them free …. “ – E.F. Schumacher
Despite existence of extension services, no noticeable and significant positive livelihood transformation in Zimbabwe.
The challenges of development is not necessarily a lack of knowledge, but some of the following:
Digital Extension servicesModel
Extensionists / Lead Farmers/Paravets
Digital Extension Collaboration servicesModel
Other Government partners
DIGITAL EXTENSION N ZIMBABWE services
Project: - PODCASTING
Digital Extension in Zimbabwe services
Where we are at: services
Testing Channels and Formats
Feedback / learning
New sources of content captured including indigenous knowledge
Alternative formats are tried and tested for their impact
Innovative disemination through partnership, websites etc.
Cost: Cost_Podcast Cost Comparison.pptx
Numbers reached: Numbers_Digital Extension.pptx
Podcasting Impact: Impacts_Digital Extension.pptx
Digital Extension services
A Case for Digital Extension - (podcasting)
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