Agricultural knowledge and information systems in Kenya - implications for technology dissemination and development.

@inproceedings{Rees2000AgriculturalKA,
  title={Agricultural knowledge and information systems in Kenya - implications for technology dissemination and development.},
  author={D. Rees and M. Momanyi and Joseph M. Wekundah and Francis M Ndungu and J O Odondi and A. O. Oyure and Dymphina Andima and Mubuu Kamau and Jessica Ndubi and F. Musembi and L W Mwaura and R. Joldersma},
  year={2000}
}
This paper reports on a study of agricultural knowledge and information systems (AKIS) undertaken by the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute and the Ministry of Agriculture. Field research was conducted in four districts of Kenya, including high-potential and pastoral areas, to document and assess the significance of different actors and organisations as potential uptake/dissemination pathways for agricultural technologies, and to consider ways to improve the performance of the knowledge and… CONTINUE READING

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