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About Dipon International

Dipon International is a loosely knit group of like-minded individuals with expertise in content development, training technology and agricultural development. Corporate experience includes training theory, communications, agricultural management, international development and project implementation.

 

Agriculture

The Dipon International Agriculture Team includes an affiliation of highly trained experts with significant experience in extension services, project implementation, crop production and agricultural management in several countries.

Dipon International employs an approach to design, build and maintain sustainable agricultural systems. Agriculture involves highly complex systems, and by focusing on a handful of controlling variables our team has discerned how to contribute to success in both large and small scale operations.

 

Our Approach

There is no guarantee that a planted seen will germinate and produce at desired levels and at the same time there are a set of activities that increase potential success. Our approach manages to simplify complex systems and employ a methodology that renders increased production in each phase of the process. Qualifying programs benefit from this practical approach and we would like you to let us know how we can help you make your efforts grow.

 

3TS – Training and Technology Transfer Systems

3TS is a multi-disciplinary approach developed over time in the implementation of a series of projects in multiple locations. This Training and Technology Transfer System is replicable and has huge potential in the quality of regional implementation of projects.

Our 3TS methodology focuses on training methodology in servicing programs in government and corporate contexts. Cultivating concepts in training and development from organizational development to outreach and extension projects.

 

Methodology

The methodology we use is the culmination of a series of projects and has been used and refined on small, farmer to farmer programs, and large scale mechanized farms.
Procedures included in the final documentation were developed in the US, Central America, Europe and Asia.