G. Directorate of Extension
 
G. Directorate of Extension

Present Structure of G. D. of Extension within the MOA:

All line directorates within the MOA were organized within a top-down organizational structure that was managed closely from the national to the district level. The General directorate of extension and rural development (GDOERD) consists of the following departments and sections, as follows:

(1). The Horticulture department including the divisions of: Horticulture, Olive trees, Citrus, Date Palm, Nurseries, and demonstrations.

(2) The Rural Development and Women Department including the divisions of: Rural Development, Women development and Bedouins development.

(3) The Vegetables and cut flowers department including the divisions and sections of: Cut flowers, soil extension, demonstrations, and vegetables (open vegetables and protected vegetables sections).

(4) The livestock department including the divisions of: Ruminants, Poultry, Poultry mother stock, Hatcheries, Bees, Animal feed, Dairy products, Animal Biodiversity, and Animal Demonstrations.

(5) The Mass media department including the divisions and sections of: Audio and visual agricultural media (incl., Audio media, and visual media sections), Print Agricultural Media, and Archives.

(6) The Plant Protection Department including the divisions: Control of Pest on field crops, Control of pest on vegetables, Control of pest on fruit trees.

(7). The Planning of Extension programme Department including the divisions and sections of: Planning of extension programme (training of E.O section), and Monitoring.

(8) The Field crops department including the divisions and sections of: Field crops, Medicinal plants, seeds and legumes, rain-fed vegetables, biodiversity (taxonomic studies, save and multiplications of local seeds varieties, and awareness and extension) and the division of demonstrations.

(9) The Agricultural mechanizations including the divisions of: machinery and equipment, and operation and maintenance. The GD of Extension organizational structure is shown in the chart below.

 
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News & Events

Sep 7, 2016
The First JCC meeting of EVAP-2

Aug 23, 2016
23-25th of Augusts Field Trips and Meetings with Farmers, EVAP team

Aug 17, 2016
JICA Dispacthed EVAP-2 Consulting Team

May 25, 2014
Watermelons Harvesting Event: it was conducted on May 25 @ Beit Hassan & Bouqa'eh areas, and attended by the Ambassador of Japan & the Minister of Agriculture and JICA Cheif Representative

May 12, 2014
Conducting a field day on Silage Making in Bardala

May 6, 2014
Conducting a Study Tour for a group of farmers from Tamoon to An-Nassaryia

Apr 30, 2014
Signing a bilateral agreement between Tubas Agriucltural Directorate & Bouqa'eh cooperative for Establishing a Compost Making Center

Apr 21, 2014
Accomishment of EVAP Terminal Evaluation

Mar 15, 2014
The commencemnet of the second round of extending AI activities to farmers in JRRV

Sep 20, 2013
Accomplishment of distribution of Grafted and Non-grafted seedlings to a group of farmers in JRRV- EVAP Project

Sep 19, 2013
Accomplishment of Artificial Insemination Campaign in JRRV- EVAP Project

Sep 18, 2013
Holding of Guava Exhibition in Qalqilia

Sep 12, 2013
Comencement of Two demonestations on Compost uses in Jericho Station- EVAP

Aug 14, 2013
Conduction of the 4th JCC meeting - EVAP project

Aug 13, 2013
Conduction of the 6th JTF meeting - EVAP project