Determinants of Participation in Farmers Training Centre Based Extension Training in Ethiopia

  • Abera Alemu Lecturer

Abstract

The study assessed the determinants of farmers’ participation in farmers training center based trainings and its outcome on maize, haricot bean and coffee productivity. Data were collected from randomly selected 194 households. Outcomes of the FTC based training on maize, haricot bean and coffee productivity was analyzed using t-test whereas binary logistic regression model was used to identify factors determining farmers’ participation in FTC based training. The result showed that education, land size, contact with development agent, access to road, wealth status and livestock holding of the household positively determine households’ decision to participate whereas distance from FTC negatively determines households’ decision to participate.  There was positive outcome of the FTC based training on maize, haricot bean and coffee productivity. The study recommends that governmental, public and private sectors should expand access to education, access to road and strength linkage between famers and agricultural development agents.
Published
2021-04-27
How to Cite
ALEMU, Abera. Determinants of Participation in Farmers Training Centre Based Extension Training in Ethiopia. Journal of Agricultural Extension, [S.l.], v. 25, n. 2, p. 86-95, apr. 2021. ISSN 2408-6851. Available at: <https://aesonnigeria.org/ajm/index.php/jae/article/view/2798>. Date accessed: 13 june 2021.
Section
General Extension and Teaching Methods