Videos to serve Ethiopian farmers facing Fall armyworm

Videos to serve Ethiopian farmers facing Fall armyworm

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The Feed the Future Developing Local Extension Capacity project (DLEC) piloted a multi-channel, multi-stakeholder approach leveraging video-enabled extension, a national IVR question and answer (Q&A) forum, a mobile-based farmer and extension agent survey, and the Fall Armyworm Monitoring and Early Warning System (FAMEWS) – a mobile application deployed by the MoALR and FAO.

DLEC is implementing the pilot in collaboration with the Feed the Future Ethiopia Value Chain Activity (FTF-EVCA) implemented by Fintrac in ten woredas in Amhara and Oromia regions of Ethiopia and will include 25,000 farmers. The outcome we are seeking is to leverage existing national systems and partnerships with ongoing projects to create a holistic digital suite of tools and collect real-time data to enable rapid, targeted decisions about how to develop focused and contextual content, train extension agents and farmers, and monitor performance to combat the spread of FAW.

Here are several videos produced in local languages by Digital Green to better serve Ethiopian farmers:

a) Dangila_Fall Army worms, Identification

b) Mecha_Fall Armyworms: Identification, Damage Indications and Control

c) Wonberma_Fall Army worms, Identification, Damage Indications and Control

d) Gozamen_Fall Armyworms, Identification, Damage Indications and Control

e) Ankesha American fall army worm

 f) Bako_fall army worm identification’ video

g) WayuTuka_Fall Armyworm 

h) Babile_Fall Armyworms Identification and Control 

 
 
 

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