Assessing the Impact of Resource Conserving Technologies in the Indo-Gangetic Plain; Identifying Agricultural Knowledge Systems and Overcoming Blockages to Enhance Uptake of Agricultural Technologies to Optimise Pro-Poor Development

Abstract

A technical review and planning workshop was held from the 5-7 May 2004 in Dhaka, Bangladesh under the DFID/CABI funded project \"Reaping the Benefits - Assessing the Impact and Facilitating the Uptake of Resource Conserving Technologies in the Rice Wheat Systems of the Indo-Gangetic Plain\".

The introduction describes the purpose of the workshop and lists the participants. Subsequent sections are as follows:
Livelihood impact assessments: team presentations
Understanding the causes of inequitable access
Knowledge mapping: team presentations
Facilitating equitable access: looking at alternative approaches
Team work on unblocking knowledge pathways
Action planning for output two
Workshop outcomes and concluding remarks

Citation

Page, S. L. J.; Tasheen Jafry. Proceedings of Technical Review and Planning Workshop: "Assessing the Impact of Resource Conserving Technologies in the Indo-Gangetic Plain; Identifying Agricultural Knowledge Systems and Overcoming Blockages to Enhance Uptake of Agricultural Technologies to Optimise Pro-Poor Development" 5-7 May 2004, Hotel Eastern Residence, Banani, Dhaka, Bangladesh. CABI-Europe, Egham, UK (2007) 43 pp.

Assessing the Impact of Resource Conserving Technologies in the Indo-Gangetic Plain; Identifying Agricultural Knowledge Systems and Overcoming Blockages to Enhance Uptake of Agricultural Technologies to Optimise Pro-Poor Development

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