1 edition of Indigenous knowledge for sustainable development in the Sudan found in the catalog.
Indigenous knowledge for sustainable development in the Sudan
by Institute of African and Asian Studies, Khartoum University Press in Khartoum
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 311-325)
|Statement||edited by Medani Mohamed M. Ahmed.|
|Series||Sudanese library series ;, no. 20|
|Contributions||Ahmed, Medani Mohammed Mohammed.|
|LC Classifications||HC835.Z9 E55 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 325 p. :|
|Number of Pages||325|
|LC Control Number||96969201|
Traditional knowledge, indigenous knowledge and local knowledge generally refer to knowledge systems embedded in the cultural traditions of regional, indigenous, or local communities. Traditional knowledge includes types of knowledge about traditional technologies of subsistence (e.g. tools and techniques for hunting or agriculture), midwifery, ethnobotany and ecological knowledge, traditional. The article further discusses how sustainable C ’s understanding of sustainable development is since indigenous knowledge systems are only superficially referred to. By way of conclusion the article calls for more research into the viability of indigenous knowledge systems as a potential tool in sustainable by:
The article's focus is the relationship between culture, indigenous knowledge systems (IKS), sustainable development and education in Africa. It analyzes the concept of sustainability with particular reference to education and indigenous knowledge systems. In particular the article analyzes the documents from the World Summit in Johannesburg in as well as from the United Nations Decade of Cited by: Indigenous Knowledge in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities. An Inaugural Lecture by Anwar Osman Centre for Africa Studies 1. Introduction. Although African Indigenous Knowledge Systems (AIKS) have existed for thousands of years, their concept and practice began to emerge in the science spheres only three decades ago. The development of new.
‘Indigenous technical knowledge and traditional practices have a valuable contribution to make to the management and sustainable use of natural resources’. (GoZ, 16).Its strategic direction seeks to achieve two goals, namely: to ‘promote wider application of indigenous knowledge and practice in managing and usingFile Size: KB. McPherson, HL () Indigenous knowledge engagement: how indigenous knowledge can be used to increase instances of sustainable development in sub-Saharan Africa. MA Thesis, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. Google ScholarAuthor: G. R. Padmasiri.
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Indigenous knowledge is the unique knowledge confined to a particular culture or society. It is also known as local knowledge, folk knowledge, people's knowledge, traditional wisdom or traditional.
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Indigenous knowledge is the knowledge that people in a given community have developed overtime, and continues to develop. It is based on the experience, often tested over centuries of use, adapted to local culture and environment, dynamic and changing. People have an intimate knowledge of many aspects of their surroundings and their daily : CN Atoma.
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Lack of access to relevant education and fair justice, extreme poverty, and unmitigated climate change are only a few of the challenges that indigenous people are facing.
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Professor Dennis Michael Warren was an anthropologist and leading Africanist scholar who taught at Iowa State University from to Mayangna knowledge is more than simply a collection of empirical observations, as useful as these may be for complementing scientific knowledge and building State– indigenous co-management.
It is a complex tapestry that interweaves the empirical and the symbolic, nature and culture into a unified and unique indigenous vision of the world. Sustainable energy and Indigenous Peoples Governance To ensure openness and transparency, Organizing Partners of each Major Group were asked to report on their activities and governance since the lead up to the Rio+20 Conference, including a written description of their selection/election criteria and a list of the organizations the Major Group.
Though the indigenous knowledge is an integral part of the development process of local communities, it is an underutilized resource in development process of developing countries.
Learning from. The Indigenous Knowledge for Development Program, started inwas the Bank's response to clients, and civil society who called for a more systematic integration of the indigenous knowledge (IK) in the development process. The program developed partnerships, and collaborative links with mostly.
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Keywords: Indigenous knowledge, capability approach, accountability, sustainable development, by: 6.The use of this type of indigenous knowledge is thriving, but unfortunately the issue of sustainable harvesting of medicinal plants is not considered.
For ethical reasons and for promotion of sustainable development of rural communities, the researchers are now working with the medicinal plant sellers in an effort to teach them how to cultivate Cited by: 1.