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He acknowledged the right selection of the commodity-based products (as the region ranks 1st in the sunflower seeds production in the country), proper solution and demand –orientation and timely project reaction. The project “Strengthening Agricultural Advisory Services” led by Nevena Alexandrova-Stefanova, Agricultural Extension Officer at the FAO Research and Extension Unit, Office for Innovation, has prepared in a participatory manner on a new model for improved agricultural advisory services in Azerbaijan and is working on its operationalization. (...) Sarkar village of Samukh, Aliyagublu village of Shamkir and Boyuk Kesik village of Agstafa were selected as pilot communities in Ganja-Gazakh region.
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Score: 899997.7 - https://www.fao.org/research-e...resources/detail/en/c/1439630/
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Ms Gulmira Isayeva, Vice Minister of Agriculture, also participated in the conference and on the first day delivered a presentation on the Kazakh extension system. The Forum was attended by several current and potential suppliers of extension-like services, who shared their views on how to provide the best that can be offered to an expanded extension program for agriculture and rural communities in Kazakhstan. The second day of the Forum was devoted to selecting and discussing projects aimed at piloting the implementation of three basic principles “deepening, broadening and increasing local citizen participation” in the Kazakh extension system. The example selected to illustrate breadth was a youth program.
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Score: 898794.3 - https://www.fao.org/europe/reg.../agri-food-trade/asi/forum/en/
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"I used to provide technical agricultural advice and extension services without conducting any prior needs analysis and research. However, after your training I will conduct needs analysis and consider the needs of villages or women farmers and their demands, preferences, priorities and socioeconomic characteristics to select agricultural extension topics." (Extension staff member from Kars who participated in the training of trainers in Turkey) The project’s ultimate objective was to promote the socio-economic integration of rural women and enhance their capacity to generate an income by improving the design and delivery of gender-sensitive agricultural extension and rural advisory services. (...) Key results of the project: Rural women were trained on selected subjects based on their needs and priorities.
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Score: 895449.6 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...s/project-detail/en/c/1236321/
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In accordance with guidelines on good extension methods, a set of beekeepers per region, have been selected in Al Baha, Asir and Jazan for demonstration in modern beekeeping technologies and in Makkah, Medina, and Hail for organic beekeeping practices.  (...) A Beekeeper-to-Beekeeper Extension (B2BE) is being promoted as part of the SRAD program.  (...) Adopting beekeeper-to-beekeeper extension will curb the frequently cited turnover of extension workers and the shortage of adequate extension workers at the field level as the main constraints of having stable extension workers at the field level.
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Score: 894494.4 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/news/view/en/c/1600562/
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In accordance with guidelines on good extension methods, a set of beekeepers per region, have been selected in Al Baha, Asir and Jazan for demonstration in modern beekeeping technologies and in Makkah, Medina, and Hail for organic beekeeping practices.  (...) A Beekeeper-to-Beekeeper Extension (B2BE) is being promoted as part of the SRAD program.  (...) Adopting beekeeper-to-beekeeper extension will curb the frequently cited turnover of extension workers and the shortage of adequate extension workers at the field level as the main constraints of having stable extension workers at the field level.
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Score: 894494.4 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/news/view/es/c/1600562/
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In accordance with guidelines on good extension methods, a set of beekeepers per region, have been selected in Al Baha, Asir and Jazan for demonstration in modern beekeeping technologies and in Makkah, Medina, and Hail for organic beekeeping practices.  (...) A Beekeeper-to-Beekeeper Extension (B2BE) is being promoted as part of the SRAD program.  (...) Adopting beekeeper-to-beekeeper extension will curb the frequently cited turnover of extension workers and the shortage of adequate extension workers at the field level as the main constraints of having stable extension workers at the field level.
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Score: 894494.4 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/news/view/zh/c/1600562/
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Score: 894009 - https://www.who.int/srilanka/about-us/employment
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TECHNICAL MANUAL 1.1 Introduction GIS training Installation of software Installation of AWRD extension Installation of AWRD data archive Loading AWRD Tools into ArcView AWRD archive Overview of AWRD interface, menus, and additional view tables and functions AWRD interface AWRD Modules menu AWRD Tools menu Additional AWRD tools 1.2 Data and Metadata Module Metadata tools Metadata viewer tool Metadata editor tool Loading AWRD datasets 1.3 Surface Waterbodies Module Manage surface waterbody themes Surface waterbody viewer Export Data Report GeoStats for surface waterbodies polygon themes Predict potential fish yield 1.4 Watersheds Module Watersheds maintenance tools Registering new custom watershed models or other polygonal themes Watershed selection and analysis tools Watershed selection tool Watershed visualization tools Select by Relationships with Another Theme tool Watershed statistic viewer iii iv v vii xvii 1 1 1 2 3 3 6 7 11 11 12 13 14 15 16 16 17 29 32 34 36 38 38 39 45 47 55 68 69 74 84 87 ix 1.5 Aquatic Species Module Aquatic Species Viewer View image of species Add to map, clear and link to FishBase Identifying all species in a particular area of interest Multipoint functions Incorporating aquatic species data from non-AWRD sources 1.6 Statistical Analysis Module Summary statistics on a Theme Probability Distribution Calculator Summarize Theme Tool Classification and ranking tool Classification and weighting strategies Simple linear regression tool Regression options Output options Example of performing analysis on different subsets of data 1.7 Additional tools and Customization Module Locational referencing tools Find locations by Theme Enter Coordinates and Zoom to Location tool Coordinates Converter tool Report coordinates based on screen inputs Zoom to Gazeteer Locations tool Select by Theme tool Query Builder tool Add base map to a view Tools for calculating and reporting Geostatistics River identification tool Image Export and Base Mapping tool Loading and unloading the Image Export and Base Mapping Extension Tools common between Views and Layouts Tools only available while working with layouts Tools only available while working with views Load Theme Database Adjusting polygon borders and patterns 1.8 Add-on extensions and additional AWRD Table and View functions Adding additional extensions to your project Add-on AWRD additional extensions Add-on ESRI additional extensions Additional extensions from the Internet Additional AWRD table tools Table editing tools (“Edit”menu) Table information tools (“Table”and “Field” menus) Additional AWRD View tools 91 91 94 95 97 99 100 104 105 109 112 115 120 125 125 125 130 134 135 135 138 139 140 142 147 149 153 154 157 158 159 160 169 171 173 175 178 178 179 179 180 181 182 184 189 x 1.9 SIFRA Compendium Review of SIFRA data by clicking on a country Review of SIFRA data Compendium data selecting from list 2. (...) Lake Tanganyika) 1.25 Saving the new Export Table in an ArcView Project 1.26 Potential fish yield prediction for Lake Tanganyika using the general Potential Fish Yield Calculator 1.27 Potential fish yield prediction for Lake Tanganyika using the “Potential Fish Yield for Selected SWB” in the Surface Waterbodies Module dialog (Model 2) 1.28 Starting the Watersheds Module 1.29 The watershed maintenance tools 1.30 Saving the information regarding the selected watershed as a text file on the hard drive and viewing the report produced by the Report button on the screen 1.31 Saving the new dataset to a new dBASE table and viewing the dBASE table in the ArcView Project 1.32 Selection of the data layers 1.33 Viewing watershed statistics source data (e.g. mean annual air temperature) without Spatial Analyst (on the left) and with Spatial Analyst (on the right) 1.34 Changing data for calculating statistics on the selected watersheds 1.35 Changing the watershed model to analyse 1.36 Registering new custom watershed model (simple version) 1.37 Calculation of area in the originally defined measurement units 1.38 Generating new data from grid themes 1.39 Selecting and adding the grids of interest to the view from the AWRD Modules menu option or by clicking the View Data button on the Watersheds Module 1.40 Combining the four grids into a single grid 1.41 Viewing the new grid “Summer Precipitation” 4 11 13 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 27 28 30 31 32 33 35 37 38 41 42 45 46 48 49 50 51 52 54 55 57 58 59 60 60 xiv 1.42 Adding the new grid (Summer Precipitation) into the AWRD 1.43 Specifying the projection of the new grid 1.44 Registering the new grid 1.45 Visualization of the new registered grid 1.46 Calculation of summary data for the new grid 1.47 Selecting the watershed model to remove 1.48 Selecting the grid theme to remove 1.49 Deleting specific data tables 1.50 Watershed selection and analysis tools 1.51 Upstream drainage basin s for Lake Tanganyika 1.52 Upstream drainage basin s for Lake Tanganyika and drainage basins for Lake Victoria 1.53 Upstream and downstream drainage basins for Lake Tanganyika 1.54 Entire Congo-Zaire megabasin 1.55a Selection of the portion lying upstream of the confluence of the Kasai and Sankuru rivers, in the Congo-Zaire megabasin 1.55b Entire Congo-Zaire megabasin except the portion lying upstream of the confluence of the Kasai and Sankuru rivers 1.56 Identifying all upstream , downstream and megabasin watersheds by clicking on any watershed in the theme 1.57 The megabasin functions 1.58 Watershed zooming tools 1.59 Using the watershed zooming tools in the Niger megabasin 1.60 The watershed flashing tools 1.61 Other watershed visualization tools 1.62 Visualization of the watersheds directly upstream with the “Move Upstream” tool 1.63 The custom legend tool 1.64 Applying a semi-transparent green colour to the unassociated watershed 1.65 Saving graphics and themes of a flow regime 1.66 Various spatial relationships available with the Select by Relationship with Another Theme Tool 1.67a Selection of the Republic of Botswana and selection of the correct parameters to identify its entire drainage basin 1.67b Entire drainage area for the Republic of Botswana 1.67c Areas which drain out of the Republic of Botswana 1.68 Attribute data of watersheds 1.69 Statistics on the combined set of selected watersheds 1.70 The Aquatic Species Module 1.71 Aquatic Species Viewer 1.72 The four base themes available for the Aquatic Species Module 1.73 Full-size image of southern mouthbrooder (Pseudocrenilabrus philander) available in the Aquatic Species Module 1.74 The Add to Map button displaying the geographic distribution of common carp 1.75 Automatic link to FishBase Web site 1.76 Identifying the extent of a specific sub-national or national area on the view 1.77 Identifying all the species located in the selected Area of Interest (megabasin) 1.78 Identifying all the species located in the selected area of interest (sub-national boundaries) 1.79 Converting Multipoints to Points (Clarias gariepinus) locations 1.80 Importing an Excel table into ArcView through the Aquatic Species Module 1.81 Importing data from FishBase into AWRD 1.82 The Statistical Analysis Module 1.83a The statistics report (Simple output) for the FAO watershed model 1.83b The statistics report (Advanced output) for the FAO watershed model 1.84 Summary Statistics Calculator on a Field in a Table 61 62 63 64 64 65 66 67 68 70 71 72 72 73 74 75 76 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 86 86 87 88 89 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 103 104 106 107 108 xv 1.85 Probability Distribution Calculator 1.86 Table Probability Distribution Calculator 1.87a Using the Summarize Theme tool to divide the data into subsets based on the District values 1.87b Calculating the surface waterbodies average by Districts 1.87c Saving the combined features into a new theme 1.88a Application of the classification and ranking tool (Simple version) 1.88b Setting different output options with the simple classification and ranking tool 1.89 Application of the classification and ranking tool (Advanced option) 1.90 Application of the advanced classification and ranking tool to determine potential fish farming areas for common carp 1.91 Saving list of ranking criteria (“Save” button) 1.92 Loading saved selection criteria sets (“Load” button) 1.93 Multiple Output Options for saving selection criteria sets 1.94 Generating a Summary Report about the classification criteria 1.95 Creating the new table illustrating how each score was established 1.96 The Summary Statistic Calculator 1.97a Regression report of rainfall and elevation for all watersheds in Africa 1.97b The scatterplot 1.97c The new “regression ” theme attribute table 1.98 Regression analysis of rainfall and elevation for the Nile River megabasin 1.99 Regression analysis of rainfall and elevation for the Niger megabasin 1.100 The Manage Data Sources 1.101 The Additional Tools and Customization Module 1.102 Selecting the Theme, the field and the term to search and viewing the results of the Find Location by Theme tool 1.103 Looking at the attributes to screen duplicate or closely matching named results 1.104 Entering coordinates in the preferred format and finding location based on a coordinate reference 1.105 Coordinates Conversion tool 1.106 Getting X/Y Coordinates by clicking on the screen (the Republic of Madagascar) 1.107 Constraining a search with the Zoom to Gazetteer Locations tool 1.108 Reviewing all the attribute data associated with the selected feature 1.109 Searching by gazetteer locations 1.110 Find location based on both a zoom-to-location and a gazetteer search 1.111 Using the Select by Theme tool to select all the rivers intersecting a particular watershed 1.112 Setting new Theme Definitions to the Terrestrial Watershed and Large Marine Ecosystem dataset 1.113 Selecting features from a theme trough the query builder tool 1.114 Background images available in the AWRD 1.115 Reporting GeoStatistics for the selected features 1.116 Identifying the projection before reporting Geostatistics 1.117 Specifying geostatistics calculation parameters and viewing the results in the theme attribute table 1.118 Renaming the selected river segments 1.119 The IEBM tools for views (top) and for layouts (bottom) 1.120 Choosing the image type 1.121 Checking for other image format translation 1.122 Selecting the name and directory location for the image 1.123 Output reports from the export of Views 1.124 Prompts and output reports from the Image Export tool in Layout mode 1.125 Sample Report for a successful output with accompanying WorldFile 1.126 The Report View/Layout Details tools 1.127 The Resize Window Dimensions tool 110 111 113 114 115 117 118 120 121 122 122 123 124 124 126 127 129 130 131 132 133 134 136 137 139 140 141 143 144 145 147 149 151 152 153 155 155 156 158 160 161 161 162 163 164 165 166 168 xvi 1.128 The Make a copy of a View/Layout tools 1.129 The Create LO/ViewFrame-Page tool 1.130 The Resize LO/ViewFrame-Pixels tool 1.131 The Toggle View TOC On/Off tool 1.132a The Create Fitted Map and Polygonal Mask Theme tool 1.132b Basic layout resulting from the Create Fitted Map tool 1.133a Importing a precompiled theme database by database component or for base mapping 1.133b Object Database Import failure due to missing dependency 1.134a Comparison of a polygon theme with and without polygon borders 1.134b Comparison of a polygon theme with and without polygon transparency 1.134c Adjust polygon border and pattern tool 1.135 The Add-on Extensions 1.136 Selecting additional AWRD Extensions 1.137 Opening the list of ESRI Extensions 1.138 Link to ESRI Arcscripts Web site 1.139a Table information and editing tools (under “Edit”, “Table” and “Field” menus) 1.139b The attribute table to edit 1.139c Adding record numbers 1.140 Identifying table source 1.141 Identifying field types 1.142 Showing field information 1.143a Opening the table in Excel and selecting the data to import 1.143b Importing the data into an ArcView table 1.144 Exporting data into an Excel spreadsheet 1.145 The SIFRA Compendium 1.146 Opening the SIFRA Compendium introduction 1.147 Reviewing the SIFRA Compendium data by clicking on a country 1.148 Reviewing the SIFRA Compendium data by selecting from list through the AWRD Interface or through the AWRD Tools menu A1 The AWRD Interface A2 The AWRD Modules menu A3 The AWRD Tools menu A4 Data and Metadata Module A5 Surface Waterbodies Module A6 The surface waterbodies viewer dialog A7 Starting the Watersheds Module A8 The watershed maintenance tools A9 Watershed selection and analysis tools A10 Watershed zooming tools A11 The watershed flashing tools A12 Other watershed visualization tools A13 Various spatial relationships available with the select by Relationship with Another Theme Tool A14 The Aquatic Species Module A15 Aquatic Species Viewer A16 The Statistical Analysis Module A17 The Additional Tools and Customization Module A18 The Add-on Extensions A19 The SIFRA Compendium 169 170 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 186 187 187 188 190 191 192 193 285 287 287 288 289 290 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 304 305 xvii Acronyms and abbreviations ADM Administrative data layer AFDS African Data Sampler AGLW Agriculture, Land and Water Division AIMG Ancillary Image and Map Graphic ALCOM Aquatic Resource Management for Local Community Development Programme ANNO Annotation ANOVA Analysis of Variance AOI Area Of Interest AQSP Aquatic Species ARAS Ancillary Raster ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange AVEC Ancillary Vector AWRD African Water Resources Database AWRIA FAO-AGLW’s African Water Resources and Irrigation in Africa BADC Belgian Administration for Development Cooperation BIL Band Interleaved by Line raster data format BIP Band Interleaved by Pixels image file format BMP Bitmap BNA Early ASCII mapping format for Atlas-Graphics thematic mapping package BSQ Band Sequential image file CCRF FAO Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries CD Compact Disk CGM Computer Graphics Metafile CIA US Central Intelligence Agency CIFA Committee for Inland Fisheries of Africa CRES Centre for Resource and Environmental Studies CRU Climate Research Unit DAF Digital Atlas of Africa dBASE Database DBC Database Component DCW Digital Chart of the World DD Decimal Degrees DEM Digital Elevation Model DMA The former U.S. (...) Oak Ridge National Laboratory Ortho/ORTH Orthographically-rectified, i.e. flattened or adjusted for elevation changes OrthoTM Ortho-rectified or flattened imagery OS Operating System OVRVW A virtual Overview map PAIA FAO’s Priority Areas for Interdisciplinary Action PDF Portable Document Format (Adobe Acrobat) PNG Portable Network Graphics (graphic file standard/extension) PS PostScript (file name extension) PTES or Pfaf Pfafstetter Topological Encoding Scheme, a 5 to potentially 22 long numeric digit or encoding string for encoding spatially based continental hydrographic data.
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Score: 891045.6 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/.../2825_CIFA_Technical_Paper.pdf
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The sustainability of the promoted mini-grant mechanism and of the selected food systems innovative actions will be achieved through the involvement of the decentralized extension agents who will support in monitoring and backstopping the the activities of the identified grant beneficiaries. This thematic area involves the following activities : Supporting Nairobi County and Kisumu County to develop the guidelines, managing the call and the selection process for food systems mini-grants. Supporting Nairobi County and Kisumu County, and associated extension services, on guiding, monitoring and backstopping the implementation of the selected innovative food systems actions. Facilitating the capacity building of the agriculture extension agents on issues related to the food systems actions (including mini-grants).  
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Score: 890426.2 - https://www.fao.org/urban-food...urban-food-systems-actions/en/
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In accordance with guidelines on good extension methods, a set of beekeepers per region, have been selected in Al Baha, Asir and Jazan for demonstration in modern beekeeping technologies and in Makkah, Medina, and Hail for organic beekeeping practices.  (...) A Beekeeper-to-Beekeeper Extension (B2BE) is being promoted as part of the SRAD program.  (...) Adopting beekeeper-to-beekeeper extension will curb the frequently cited turnover of extension workers and the shortage of adequate extension workers at the field level as the main constraints of having stable extension workers at the field level.
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Score: 889077.7 - https://www.fao.org/neareast/news/view/fr/c/1600562/
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