Tag Archives: Kpandai

Trust Relationships in Agricultural Extension

I spent the morning yesterday harvesting rice with some farmers in Kpandai. As I was cutting rice stalks with a kitchen knife in one hand and collecting bundles in the other, I was interested in learning how the farmers I … Continue reading

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Perseverance

I went on some job-shadowing visits recently to see how a large baseline survey was being conducted on behalf of USAID’s ‘Feed the Future’ initiative in Ghana. The inner cynic in me thought this would be a great opportunity to … Continue reading

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It’s all about the implementation

Why is it that after decades of assistance to places in the developing world, amounting to trillions of dollars spent and untold man-hours across countless projects, that there’s still so much work that needs to be done? There’s no simple … Continue reading

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And, we’re back

It’s been a long time since I last updated this blog – almost exactly four months. There’s no real reason this happened beyond de-prioritizing it over the other work that I’ve been doing, but I’ve been recently reminded of the … Continue reading

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