Global use

Over 600,000 people from across the globe have visited the Access Agriculture website to watch and download farmer training videos. To find out what visitors to the website do with the videos a global on-line survey was conducted in 2018. The 2223 respondents came from 115 countries, mainly from Africa (78%), Asia-Pacific (10%), and the Americas (7%).

They download the videos (84%), fact sheets (31%), 3gp versions for mobile phones (29%), publications (29%) and audio (9%).

Respondents use the videos to train themselves (64%), farmers (55%), students (46%) and extensionists (40%).

Those most likely to use the videos in farmer training are: extensionists (44%), researchers (33%), farmers (33%), and educators (31%).

Nearly all of the respondents find the videos and the website useful, and many use the videos for training more than 6 times a year.

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Nearly 60% of the respondents share the videos with other organisations; they listed 1751 organisations by name.

From 2013 to 2018, over 3 million farmers watched Access Agriculture videos during screenings, on DVD or on their mobile.

With 44 TV stations across the South broadcasting the videos, over 60 million watched some of the programmes on TV. Many also listened to radio broadcasts, using the audio tracks of some of the videos.

The summary of the survey is available here: Access Agriculture 2018 on-line survey - Summary

To find out what videos are suitable for use in different countries, please use the list below and select the language to bring up the list of videos in that language. To enquire about creating new videos in local languages, please contact Kevin Mutonga, our Global Translation Coordinator:

Countries A-D E-H I-L M-P Q-T U-Z

Country Languages
Afghanistan Persian (Farsi)
Algeria  French, Arabic
Angola Portuguese
Argentina Spanish, Quechua
Bahamas English
Bangladesh Arabic, Bangla
Belize English, Spanish
Benin French, Adja, Bariba, Berba, Dendi, Ditammari, Fon, Gourmantche, Hausa, Ife, Idaatcha, Mina, Nago, Peulh (Fulfuldé), Yoruba, Zarma
Bhutan Nepali
Bolivia Spanish, Aymara, Quechua
Botswana English
Brazil Portuguese
Burkina Faso French, Bambara, Berba, Bomu (Bobo), Dagaari, Dioula, Frafra, Gourmantche, Lobiri, Mooré, Peulh (Fulfuldé), Sisaala
Burundi French, Kiswahili , Kirundi
Cambodia Khmer
English, French, Hausa, Peulh (Fulfuldé)
Central African Republic French, Peulh (Fulfuldé)
Chad French, Peulh (Fulfuldé) , Arabic
Chile Spanish, Aymara, Quechua
China Chinese
Colombia Spanish, Quechua
Congo French
Costa Rica Spanish
Cuba Spanish
Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) French, Kiswahili, Lugbara, Lingala, Kikongo / Kongo, Tshiluba / Luba-Lulua
Djibouti French, Afar, Arabic
Dominican Republic Spanish
East Timor English, Indonesian, Portuguese
Ecuador Spanish, Quechua
Egypt Arabic
El Salvador Spanish
Equatorial Guinea French, Portuguese, Spanish
Eritrea Afar, Arabic
Ethiopia Afar, Amharic, Arabic, Oromo,
Fiji English
Gabon French, Bambara
Gambia English, Bambara, Peulh (Fulfuldé), Wolof
Ghana English, Buli, Dagaari, Dagbani, Ewe, Frafra, Gonja, Hausa, Kabyé, Kusaal, Moba, Sisaala, Twi, Zarma
Guatemala Spanish
Guinea French, Bambara, Kpelle, Peulh (Fulfuldé)
Guinea-Bissau French, Bambara, Peulh (Fulfuldé), Portuguese
Guyana English
Haiti French
Honduras Spanish
India Arabic, Bangla, Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Nepali, Tamil, Telegu, Urdu
Indonesia Arabic, Indonesian
Iran Persian (Farsi)
Iraq Arabic
Ivory Coast French, Adioukrou, Attié, Bambara, Baoulé, Dioula, Ebrié, Hausa, Lobiri, Mooré
Jamaica English
Jordan Arabic
Kenya English, Arabic, Ateso, Dholuo, Kalenjin, Kiembu, Kikuyu, Kiswahili, Luhya, Luo (Uganda), Samburu
Laos Lao
Lebanon French, Arabic
Lesotho English
Liberia English, Bambara, Bassa, Kpelle
Libya French, Arabic
Madagascar French, Malagasy
Malawi English, Chichewa, Sena, Tumbuka, Yao, Chitonga / Tonga
Malaysia English
Mali French, Arabic, Bambara, Bomu (Bobo), Dioula, Peulh (Fulfuldé)
Mauritania French, Arabic, Peulh (Fulfuldé), Wolof
Mauritius English, French
Mexico Spanish
Morocco French, Arabic
Mozambique Chichewa, Kiswahili, Nyanja, Portuguese, Sena, Yao, Chitonga / Tonga
Myanmar Burmese
Namibia English
Nepal Nepali
Nicaragua Spanish
Niger French, Adioukrou, Arabic, Gourmantche, Hausa, Peulh (Fulfuldé), Zarma , Kanuri/Kanouri
Nigeria English, Arabic, Bariba, Hausa, Peulh (Fulfuldé), Yoruba, Zarma
Oman Arabic
Pakistan Arabic, Urdu
Palestine Arabic
Panama Spanish
Papua New Guinea English
Paraguay Spanish
Peru Spanish, Aymara, Quechua
Philippines English
Puerto Rico Spanish
Qatar Arabic
Rwanda English, French, Kiswahili , Kinyarwanda
Saudi Arabia Arabic
Senegal French, Bambara, Peulh (Fulfuldé), Wolof
Sierra Leone English, Bassa, Krio, Peulh (Fulfuldé)
Somalia English, Arabic, Kiswahili
Somaliland English, Arabic
South Africa English
South Sudan English, Arabic, Dholuo, Kiswahili
Sri Lanka English, Tamil
Sudan English, Arabic
Suriname English
Swaziland English
Syria Arabic
Tajikistan Persian (Farsi)
Tanzania English, Arabic, Dholuo, Kiswahili, Tumbuka
Thailand Lao, Thai
Togo French, Ewe, Ife, Kabyé, Moba, Peulh (Fulfuldé)
Trinidad and Tobago English
Tunisia French, Arabic
Uganda English, Arabic, Ateso, Kalenjin, Kiswahili, Luganda, Lugbara, Luo (Uganda), Runyakitara
United Arab Emirates English, Arabic
Uruguay Spanish
Uzbekistan Persian (Farsi)
Vanuatu English, French
Venezuela Spanish
Vietnam Vietnamese
Western Sahara French, Arabic
Yemen French, Arabic
Zambia English, Bemba, Nyanja (Chichewa), Tumbuka, Yao, Chitonga / Tonga
English, Chichewa, Chitonga / Tonga , Ndebele