Going public in Kenya. How to entertain and inform lots of people in a few days about Napier Grass Stunt, a new threat to dairy farmers in East Africa
A brief account is given of activities and outcomes from a short but sharp Going Public campaign in west Kenya. Going Public is an extension tool used as a method of mass instruction.
The first part summarises the questions asked by over 10% of the 800 people addressed and gives preliminary insights. The second part describes the events themselves. Over four days 13 different places were visited, mostly along main roads, at junctions where people were waiting for transport or buying and trading goods.