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Using photovoice and video for farmer-to-farmer
extension:
A case study on climate-smart agriculture (CSA) from
Uganda
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Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion
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Image 14: Sadiq Muyomba
Thanks to all the farmers!
References
Dennison D (2019) What’s a Cellphilm? Visual Studies:1–2.
FAO (2010) "Climate-Smart" Agriculture. Policies, Pra...
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Using photovoice and video for farmer-to-farmer extension: A case study on climate-smart agriculture (CSA) from Uganda

  1. 1. Using photovoice and video for farmer-to-farmer extension: A case study on climate-smart agriculture (CSA) from Uganda Laura Kawerau, Cosmas Alfred Butele, Prof. Regina Birner, Dr. Athena Birkenberg, Dr. Thomas Daum − Institute of Agricultural Sciences in the Tropics (Hans-Ruthenberg-Institute) Tropentag 2021
  2. 2. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion • Are photovoice and videos (cellphilms) effective tools for research on climate-smart agriculture? • Are there gender- or age-specific differences in the suitability of these methods? 14/09/21 2 Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau
  3. 3. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion • What are cellphilms? • Technique of Participatory Video (MacEntee et al. 2016, Lunch and Lunch 2006) • Short videos filmed on cellphones (Dennison 2019): → cellphone + film = cellphilm • What is photovoice? • Record and reflect on the community’s strengths and weaknesses • Promote critical consciousness through group discussions • Reach policymakers (Wang and Burris 1997) 14/09/21 3 Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau
  4. 4. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion Examples of CSA practices: • Crop diversification • Planting trees • Irrigation • Water harvesting 14/09/21 4 Image 3: Laura Kawerau Image 2: Nsubuga Henry Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau Image 5: Nakajigo Immy
  5. 5. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion 14/09/21 5 Source: treeday.net Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau
  6. 6. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion 14/09/21 Master thesis – Laura Kawerau 6 Source: Uganda Bureau of Statistics 2016, The National Population and Housing Census 2014 – Sub-County Report, Kampala, Uganda.
  7. 7. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion 14/09/21 7 Image 6: Nakaluriba S. Image 7: Umuhoza Derifina Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau
  8. 8. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Morning 1st group interview women, handing out smartphones 1st group interview youth, handing out smartphones Visiting youth Collecting smartphones of youth 2nd group discussion men: screening of cellphilms and photos Joint group discussion women, men and youth Afternoon 1st group interview men, handing out smartphones Visiting women Collecting smartphones of women and men 2nd group discussion women: screening of photos and cellphilms 2nd group discussion youth: screening of cellphilms and photos Visiting men 14/09/21 Master thesis – Laura Kawerau 8
  9. 9. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion • Photovoice criteria • Identification of strengths and weaknesses ➢ Problems and adaptation strategies • Promotion of critical dialogue • Reaching policymakers 14/09/21 9 Image 8: Namuro Resty Image 9: Namuyomba H. Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau
  10. 10. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion • Completeness of information ➢ Revealing additional CSA practices 14/09/21 10 Image 11: Ssali Martin Image 10: Laura Kawerau Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau
  11. 11. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion Advantages • Visualisation is helpful • Revealing additional CSA practices • Potential to overcoming transport issues 14/09/21 12 Image 12: Laura Kawerau Disadvantages • Power cuts • Large data volume • Time investment Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau
  12. 12. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion • Unequal power relations using visual methods (Milne 2016) • Print pictures for each participant • Permanent interpreter • Including participants’ reflection on video quality 14/09/21 13 Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau
  13. 13. Research Objectives | Literature Review | Methodology | Important Findings | Discussion | Reflection | Conclusion • Are photovoice and videos (cellphilms) effective tools for research on climate-smart agriculture? ✔ • Are there gender- or age-specific differences in the suitability of these methods? ✔ 14/09/21 14 → Potential for Participatory Action Research Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau
  14. 14. Image 14: Sadiq Muyomba Thanks to all the farmers!
  15. 15. References Dennison D (2019) What’s a Cellphilm? Visual Studies:1–2. FAO (2010) "Climate-Smart" Agriculture. Policies, Practices and Financing for Food Security, Adaptation and Mitigation, Rome, Italy. Kariuki J, Njuki J (2013) Using participatory impact diagrams to evaluate a community development project in Kenya. Development in Practice 23:90–106. Lunch N, Lunch C (2006) Insights into participatory video. A handbook for the field, 1st edn. InsightShare, Oxford. MacEntee K, Burkholder C, Schwab-Cartas J (eds) (2016) What's a Cellphilm? Integrating Mobile Phone Technology into Participatory Visual Research and Activism. Sense Publishers, Dordrecht. Milne E-J (2016) Critiquing participatory video. Experiences from around the world. Area 48:401– 404. Wang C, Burris MA (1997) Photovoice. Concept, methodology, and use for participatory needs assessment. Health education & behavior : the official publication of the Society for Public Health Education 24:369–387. 14/09/21 16 Tropentag 2021 – Workshop 3 – Laura Kawerau

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