This article describes a sustained collaborative effort, spanning a decade, to enhance the capabilities of The Ohio State University (OSU) and the University of Swaziland (UNISWA), Southern Africa. The effort included amending the curriculum of the UNISWA Faculty of Agriculture, launching attachment programs, initiating a master’s degree program in agricultural and extension education, establishing a graduate school, and internationalizing faculty members at OSU. The primary argument is that sustained linkages between two institutions may be more effective than a series of linkage efforts between the institutions.
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