AESA Working Paper 3 Capacity Development For Extension and Advisory Services in Bangladesh Md Sekender Ali July (2016)
This paper explores the current status of capacity development for Extension and Advisory Service (EAS) providers in Bangladesh. While the country has several agencies involved in capacity development, lack of systematic CNA exercises has constrained the effectiveness of capacity development initiatives. The paper argues for recognising the key capacities that already exist and identify those that need strengthening. It also calls for exploring new or additional capacities that are required to meet the sector and organisational goals so that EAS remain relevant to the rapidly evolving needs for support by its clients.
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