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By Prof. Joseph O. Malo. KNAS and University of Nairobi
The paper examines the role of traditional and indigenous knowledge and technology including the role of citizens in knowledge management of sustainable environment, health, water resources, education, habitat, disaster and emergency response, food security, clean energy etc.
The motivating factor is that most of the villages in developing countries are small and literally cut off from the rest of the world and hence under serviced. Social services particularly in health must therefore promote a combination of traditional and scientific approach. This calls for recognition of people who apply natural and traditional methods to sustain life.
Submitted by storytelling on 6 October 2009 - 1:57pm. categories [ ]
The management of knowledge: best practices learned from the people of the Great Lakes region of Africa
Author: Dr Andreas Gerhardus (Dries) Velthuizen
Organizational Affiliation: Centre for African Renaissance Studies, University of South Africa (Academic Associate)
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Submitted by DriesVelt on 20 September 2009 - 3:13pm. categories [ ]
By: Mamello Thinyane, Alfredo Terzoli and Peter Clayton
Submitted by storytelling on 20 September 2009 - 1:37pm. categories [ ]