10.5191/jiaee.1996.03202
 
Abstract
Large scale civil wars, especially since the Second World War, have plagued resource poor countries. Lebanon is one such country that was devastated by a long civil strife. Agricultural extension is perceived as a major policy instrument to stimulate rural development in the reconstruction process. Selected socio-economic data about farmers and farming systems in Lebanon are presented. A district level
public/private extension system is proposed, and suggested.
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