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Extension Partners
HPIK
HPI is working with rural communities to end hunger and poverty, and to care for the earth through “Pass on the Gift” of animals’ offspring to others, along with their knowledge, resources and skills. It is involved in the dissemination and integration of the Push-Pull technology in Kenya and Tanzania with smallholder livestock industry through provision of livestock to farmers and training on animal husbandry, fodder utilization and conservation.
Kenya
MOA is charged with the promotion of sustainable and competitive agriculture through the provision of support services and to enhance food security in Kenya. The ministry is involved in dissemination, promotion and providing policy direction on the Push-Pull technology.
Uganda
MoAAIF supports, promotes and guides the production of crops, livestock and fisheries in Uganda to ensure improved quality and quantity of agricultural produce and products for both domestic and export consumption. It is involved in dissemination and provision of policy direction on the Push-Pull technology in Uganda.
Tanzania
MAFC delivers quality agricultural and cooperative services, conducive environment, builds capacity of local government authorities and facilitates the private sector to contribute effectively to sustainable agricultural production and cooperative development. It is involved in dissemination and provision of policy direction on the Push-Pull technology in Tanzania.
NALEP is a national programme whose purpose is to provide and ensure that a pluralistic, efficient, effective and demand driven extension service is promoted and functional. It is currently engaged in large scale up-scaling of the Push-Pull technology through offering training to farmer groups and Common Interest Groups (CIGs) in western and central Kenya.
KAPP is a Government of Kenya, World Bank supported multi-sectoral and multi-institutional programme aimed at increasing agricultural productivity through an improved policy environment, support for more effective and efficient extension services and agricultural research, and by empowering farmers. Push-Pull technology is one of the candidate technologies promoted and disseminated by the programme to improve cereal yields and incomes among smallholder farmers.
Infonet-Biovision is an Internet information tool offering trainers, extension workers and farmers a quick access to up-to-date and locally relevant information in order to optimise their livelihoods in a safe, effective, and ecologically sound way.
Its aim is to contribute to poverty reduction and environmental protection by disseminating appropriate and locally adapted methods for crop and livestock production and for human and environmental health.
ISD is instrumental in Push-Pull technology expansion and dissemination, farmer mobilization and training mainly in Tigray, Amhara, and Oromia Regions of Ethiopia. ISD works closely with ADOPT project to improve livelihoods of small-holder farmers engaged in cereal based mixed cropping systems in the target areas.
Our Goal
“To end hunger and poverty for 10 million people by extending Push-Pull technology to 1 million households in sub-Saharan Africa by 2020”, Zeyaur Khan, Coordinator, Push-Pull Programme
Adopters
Push-pull farmers
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Major Projects