Agriculture Services Innovation Reform Project (ASIRP) End of Project Review Report. 4th-17th October 2003.

Abstract

The Agricultural Services Innovation and Reform Project (ASIRP) started on 1st July 19991, immediately following the completion of the Agricultural Support Services Project (ASSP). It was designed to build on reforms and improvements in the country's agricultural extension system that had been achieved under the ASSP, in particular, that project's facilitation of the introduction of the New Agricultural Extension Policy (NAEP) (adopted by the Ministry of Agriculture in 1996) and the Department of Agricultural Extension's (DAE) Strategic Plan, 1999-2002. ASIRP was originally scheduled to run for three years, but it was extended by 18 months to December 31st 2003.

This evaluation report covers:

  • Supporting organisational change within DAE
  • Partnership approaches
  • Human resource management
  • Extension approaches
  • Gender aspects
  • Implementation issues
  • Overall Conclusion

Citation

Gill, G.; Bartlett, A.; Huda, E.; Begum, T. Agriculture Services Innovation Reform Project (ASIRP) End of Project Review Report. 4th-17th October 2003. Rural Livelihoods Evaluation Partnership (RLEP), Dhaka, Bangladesh (2003) 98 pp.

Agriculture Services Innovation Reform Project (ASIRP) End of Project Review Report. 4th-17th October 2003.

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