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In the News (Tue 21 May 19)

  
 PART II
(b) dual, whereby authority is shared either (i) between government and farmer associations, as in Norway and Sweden, or (ii) between government and a subnational government entity (e.g., state or prefecture), as in Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.
(c) devolved, where funding and management authority is shifted in part or entirely to (i) subnational government, whereby state and local government are final arbiters of financial and management decisions regarding extension, as in Colombia, or (ii) to farmer associations, such as cooperatives or chambres d'agriculture, as in Denmark, Finland and France.
Some countries are in the transitional stage of moving toward a regionally devolved extension system, as in Malawi which currently operates a national Block Extension System.
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