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Networks for Lifelong Learning and Rural Poverty Reduction in Asia – Lessons and Challenges
Who should fund development? This billion dollar question has ideological, perceptional, operational and political connotations. Public sector, private sector, donor agencies and external aid are some of the sources ...
Knowledge Transfer for a Horticultural Revolution: The Lifelong Learning for Farmers Model
(International Society for Horticultural Science, 2012)
This paper examines the relevance of the current theoretical perspectives in extension for promoting horticultural revolution in developing countries. At present agricultural education and extension occurs within a framework ...
From Learning to Empowerment: A Study of Smallholder Farmers in South West Uganda
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2015-11)
The relationship between education and empowerment has been widely debated in development literature. In recent times, social capital and community-centric learning have been increasingly recognized as important variables ...
Book Review: Learning as Development: Rethinking International Education in a Changing World
(Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2018-12)
Daniel Wagner’s Learning as development is an important contribution in this area and, as Marlaine Lockheed of the World Bank points out, the volume “humanizes and broadens the discussion of education and development”. ...
Changing the TVET Paradigm: New Models for Lifelong Learning
(International Journal of Training Research, 2019-09-07)
The digital revolution is rapidly transforming the world of work and the skills profiles of many occupations. The pace of change necessitates continuous skilling and reskilling, through lifelong learning. Traditional models ...