implementation wtImplementation is the moment in which previously developed and approved policies are put into action. Implementation of policies, however, is not a straightforward, step-by-step task. Implementation also means interpreting contents and break them down to the practical field level. As the theory gets tested with the reality, implementation very often leads to new policy dialogues, and therewith sometimes even to the adaption of the policies. Documents in this section will provide you with resources to better design and execute practical implementation of policies and how to act best within a given policy framework. It also provides resources on the governance, accountability and the needed oversight of policies. 

The District Agricultural Extension Services System: Implementation Guide

Author: Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security Malawi , 2006
Type: Manuals and guidelines (how-to)
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This implementation guide includes the four pillars upon which the DAESS is built, tools for facilitating farmers’ demands, the DAESS implementation structure, its functions and its relationship to the Local government structure.

The District Agricultural Extension Services System (DAESS) introduces a new approach to agricultural extension services provision at decentralised levels. The objective of the DAESS is to empower farmers to demand high quality services from those that are best able to provide them. In order to facilitate implementation of DAESS, this guide has been written for all agricultural extension service providers including public and private sectors, Non Governmental Organisations, Community Based Organisations, Faith Based Organisations, and Farmer Based Organisations

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