Action Learning Project through DAE and BIID

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<ul><li><p>Welcome to the presentation</p><p>Action Learning</p><p>Presented by</p><p>Kalyan Prosad PaulAgriculture Extension OfficerKazipur, SirajganjCelll: 01723370319E-mail:</p></li><li><p>Action Learning project Background Most of the people live on agricultureThrough different initiatives food safety already startedPeople have their food regularly but nutritional status very poorDifferent kinds of malnutrition symptoms found in this areasEvery person have to fight against poverty and natural climate like flood, riverbank erosion</p></li><li><p>Activities Done </p><p>Serial NoActivitiesQuantity Remarks1Field Visit 01DAE and BIID Officials2Group Formation 0225 farmers in each group3Base Line Survey01Group participants4Training Session08Food, Food Elements, Nutrition, vegetable cultivation, Role of Men-Women in family, IPM technique in pest controlling5Demonstrations6250 Homestead gardening, 02 FYM, 10 Safe crop production6End Line Survey01Group participants7Monitoring52UAO, AEO</p></li><li><p>Baseline survey (Age &amp; Education)</p></li><li><p>Baseline survey (Farm size &amp; crops cultivated</p></li><li><p>Baseline survey (Training Information)</p></li><li><p>SAAOs in session</p></li><li><p>Homestead gardening demonstration </p></li><li><p>Participant and SAAO in Present their session works</p></li><li><p>SAAO and AEO in practical session</p></li><li><p>UAO and AEO in distribution of demonstration inputs</p></li><li><p>Demonstration monitoring by UAO and AEO</p></li><li><p>Session monitoring by UAO and AEO</p></li><li><p>Change knowledge on nutrition</p></li><li><p>Effects of this program</p><p>Serial NoActivitiesEffects 1Homestead gardeningLearn how to make homestead garden, seed sowing, watering, intercultural operations2FYMProduction of organic manure and use in vegetable and fruit trees3NutritionKnow about food, elements, nutrition &amp; nutritional quality of different foods4IPM technique and safe crop productionHow to produce pesticides free vegetables</p></li><li><p>Changes in delivery process of traditional Extension service </p><p>Serial noSubjects Traditional processNew adoption 1Technology transferTraining, Input Distribution, Demonstration, Close Monitoring, Field DayLearning by doing all participants demonstration2Training Using training aids, audio visuals &amp; sampleUsing live materials and doing activities3Gender 70% Male &amp; 30% Female participants20% Male &amp; 80% Female participants4Nutrition 10-20% of total time60% of total time</p></li></ul>


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