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Malawi Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services (MaFAAS) is a platform for strengthening agricultural extension and advisory service through information sharing and action to achieve professionalization, standardization and quality assurance.
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AFAAS CONDUCTS ITS THIRD EXTENSION WEEK: A CALL FOR ACTION TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE IN AFRICA
MaFAAS MONITORING AND EVALUATION IN EXTENSION TRAINING
Venue: Malawi Institute of Mnagement
Date:Wednesday, 13th November 2017
Objectives:  
1. To analyze current status of monitoring and evaluation in extension and advisory services in Malawi and globally.
2. To orient participants on GFRAS evaluation guide.
3.To equip participants with knowledge and skills on general monitoring and evaluation of agricultural extension and advisory services.
4.To develop a roadmap on monitoring and evaluation, and document impact of agricultural extension and advisory services.
Logistics: Only lunch and refreshments will be provided. Participants to arrange own subsistence and transport
Trainers: Dr. Charles Masangano, Dr. Catherine Mthinda, and Mrs Elles Kwanjana
Registration: Through mafaasmafaas@gmail.com
  


The African Forum for Agricultural Advisory Services (AFAAS) held its third extension week fro 30 October to 3 November in Durban SOuth Africa. The theme of the extension week was "Scaling Up Climate Smart Agriculture: Integrating youth, women and digital revolution. Over 700 delegates from Africa and beyond participated in the extension week.
Participants called for action on climate change.
Download Durban Declaration Here
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Opportunities
MaFAAS ADVOCATES FOR VALUE CHAIN ACTORS TO PROVIDE EXTENSION SERVICES FOR AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION - 2017 NATIONAL AGRICULTURE FAIR
MaFAAS wishes to review its 2012-2015 strategic plan and develop 2018-2023 strategic and operational plan. If you think you have what it takes to facilitate the process, contact mafaasmafaas@gmail.com for more

 
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The MaFAAS participated in the 2017 National Agriculture Fair (NAF) held in Blantyre from 16th to 19th August 2017 under the theme “Unleashing Full Agriculture Potential: Role Of Markets”. The MaFAAS pavilion was highly partonized by farmers as well as many value chain actors. The MaFAAS emphasized the need for value chain actors to provide extension services as information is the missing link in agricultural transformation as it is crucial for both production and marketing.
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