Agricultural extension takes many forms. Radio is an important channel. Our new project
improves farming information via radio in local languages. Partnering with KiMI
, we aim to raise productivity in regions so far lacking such programs. Initial results point to positive impact
. A Foundation essay shows why radio and minority languages
are so valuable in extension. We've also looked at other aspects of the topic, e.g. in India
and across Asia
, and co-written a book
of global lessons from private extension.