A description of the agricultural extension system in Egypt reveals a complex of agricultural information transfer services mainly in the public sector with a small private sector component. Drawing from a review of secondary sources and their personal experiences, the authors suggest that the public sector extension system is in a transition phase, characterized by decentralization of programming decisions and operations, and a shift from an agricultural performance orientation to a more comprehensive, community development perspective. Implications of these trends are discussed.
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