"Introduction to the Psychology of International Cooperation"
We took our on-site experiences with technical cooperation in the agriculture and rural development sector and attempted to both analyze them and translate them into explicit knowledge based on theories of psychological motivation—a critical part of the SHEP approach.
Only a portion of SHEP's educational materials are publically available on its website. If you would like to reference the materials presented below, please contact us individually.
SHEP Handbook for Extension Staff
This handbook is based on practical experience applying the SHEP approach to extension activities. It was made with a mind to provide those engaged in extension work with something that they can implement immediately.
SHEP Approach Guideline
Guidelines for the Implementation Process of Smallholder Horticulture Empowerment and Promotion Approach The "SHEP Approach" SHEP UP (February, 2015)
Kamishibai (The teaching materials for agriculture extension worker to implement SHEP for farmers.)
Behind: Detailed explanation for trainers are written.
Extension workers in Kenya SHEP are using a teaching material named "kamisibai" in Japanese, means picture-card ; each card has two side: picture on the front and text on the back. The front page consists of photos/diagrams and the back page has the teaching notes for the trainer. This teaching tool is easy to carry, water-proof laminated and easily to understand by farmers. Therefore, teaching with this tools, extension workers has confidence to teach and motivated because farmers are serious to listen to them.
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