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In book: Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Sustainable Development . sustainable development initiatives in Southern. our natural resources in Southern Africa
sustainable development initiatives in Southern. It argues that IKS can be an invaluable. our natural resources in Southern Africa. For. centuries, it has only been the colonial form of. modernity that has been propagated in the region. To this end, modernity has also exacerbated.
Location: East and Southern Africa. Work area: Indigenous peoples.
Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Environmental Management: A Case Study of Zaka District, Masvingo Province, Zimbabwe. Ecological Implications of Water Spirit Beliefs in Southern Africa: The Need to Protect Knowledge, Nature and Resource Rights.
Some indigenous knowledge systems were regarded as primitive, pagan . Regional Program for the Promotion of Indigenous Knowledge in Asia. Southern Rhodesia Government Report of the Native Education Inquiry. Salisbury: Government Printers.
Some indigenous knowledge systems were regarded as primitive, pagan and heathenish. Some forms of such indigenous knowledge were even de-campaigned as non-knowledge. In D. M. Warren, L. J. Slikkerveer, & D. Brokensha (Ed., The Cultural Dimension of Development: Indigenous Knowledge Systems (pp. 69-73).
Since indigenous knowledge is communally owned sometimes, an online database for Zimbabwe showcasing the .
Indigenous knowledge is regarded as local knowledge of a particular culture or society, which is in danger of becoming extinct. It is another rich source of reading materials in different sectors including schools, communities and government institutions.
This system of indigenous knowledge leads farmers to participate as agents as well as consumers in programs that . DeWalt B (1994) Using indigenous knowledge to improve agriculture and natural resource management. Hum Org 53:540–52Google Scholar
This system of indigenous knowledge leads farmers to participate as agents as well as consumers in programs that use modern climate science to plan for and adapt to climate variability and climate change. Rainy Season Local Knowledge Indigenous Knowledge Climate Forecast Historical Pattern. Hum Org 53:540–52Google Scholar. Dove M (2000) The life-cycle of indigenous knowledge, and the case of natural rubber production. In: Ellen R, Parkes P, Bicker A (eds) Indigenous environmental knowledge and its transformations.
Indigenous knowledge systems and health promotion in Mozambique Edward C. Green
Indigenous knowledge systems and health promotion in Mozambique Edward C. Green. Medicinal plants and their uses in Zimbabwe S. Mavi. Traditional medicine - a demonstration Phillip S. Kubukeli. Plant collecting for medicinal purposes: It doesn't have to be a problem Bruce McKenzie, Aadiela Moerat & Dhaneshree Naidoo. This collection of narratives from Southern and East Africa aims to raise awareness not only about the heavy impact of HIV and AIDS in the region but also about the active steps being taken by many grassroot organisations to respond to the crisis. It is evident that while the pandemic is biting deeply into the social fabric of communities.
African indigenous knowledge systems and relevance of higher . This is in spite of the substantial resources expended to boost higher education in Africa and South Africa.
African indigenous knowledge systems and relevance of higher education in South Africa. Hassan O. Kaya University of Kwuzulu-Natal, South Africa. The integration of African indigenous knowledge systems (AIKS) into the higher educational system could improve its relevance. This is due to the holistic, community-based nature and approach of AIKS to education and knowledge production. Evidence provided by the South African National Treasury (2012) shows that about 6% of national budget goes to Higher Education and Training.
Indigenous chickens are an important animal genetic resource amongst resource-limited rural communities of Southern Africa. Experiences and Lessons from Southern Africa. FAO Animal Health and Production Series. They play an important socio-economic role in traditional and religious ceremonies of rural households. They are important in customary rites, such as gift payments. Proceedings of a Workshop, Lusaka, Zambia, 11-14 September 2001, pp. 73-88.
Community involvement in natural resources management in Africa – regional overviews. In Southern Africa, CBNRM is most clearly defined in terms of the devolution of rights to make management decisions, and capture benefits, in relation to resources located on communal lands.