4.3. Coordination at Local and National Level
The different activities just described should, as far, as
possible, be performed in the closest coordination so that,
if, for example, the local administration plans and executes
the construction of a local feeder road, the training center,
starts, at the same time, to inform peasants on possible crops,
their methods of cultivation and the cooperative prepares
the supply of seeds and makes marketing arrangements.
In order to secure such a close cooperation and integration,
the County Training and Development Center should, as far
as possible, be under one roof. Frequent staff meetings should
keep everybody informed and integrated under the guidance
of the Superintendent as "Development Manager".
The same persons will be in charge of all three institutions.
The Superintendent and some of his staff will, of course,
be on the board of all the institutions as well as some of
the local leaders. This alone provides for a good deal of