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Agshare provides strategies for a logical institutional approach to teaching, research and community development. The AgShare core strategy is a research-based approach for the co-creation and publication of agricultural knowledge within and across stakeholder groups. Multiple-media Open Educational Resources (OER) are produced, shared, modified, and made freely available through learning networks. Students engage in participatory action research with identified communities and supported by their research supervisors. The Agshare II Objectives being implemented… Read More


After being part of the AgShare I pilot,  Makerere University College of Veterinary Medicine is engaged in the Agshare II work at the college with a focus on improving the efficiency of the dairy value chain in Uganda. The Agshare Methods place emphasis on the following: Students working closely with their faculty supervisors and carrying out field-based research into farmers’ practices and needs. Students, faculty and staff participating in capacity-building workshops in… Read More