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  1. 2011-06-20 Policy support for endogenous development Seed diversity celebration in Peru Ghanaian community protects sacred groves from mining Holistic assessment program in Bolivia Recognion and support for traditional anti-malarial programmes Organic farming - India



  2. 2010-07-20 Bio-cultural community Bio-cultural protocols The stuggle for a law on Sacred Sites in Guatemala



  3. 2009-06-20 What mattters most for local wellbeing in Peru? Proud to be an African Merging livihoods and ecology in the forest of Vietnam A folk healer tells his story Guru-Gola



  4. 2008-12-20 Small grains effective against food shortages Intercultural hospital Drawing onc culture to protect AIDS widows and orghans Biodiveristy education Biodynamic agriculture



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  6. 2007-01-20 The indigenous farming system of Sri Lanka was a close integration of livestock management (especially cattle and goat), mixed home garden system, upland dry farming of rice, other grains, oil crops and vegetables (Kekulama) as a component of "Chena"– shifting cultivation, and lowland rice–paddy...



  7. 2007-01-20 The word Swadeshi is rooted in the Indian cultural context and may be said to be deeply embedded in the Indian psyche. During the freedom struggle, the nationalist leader, Balagangadhar Tilak made a declaration – “ Swaraj is my birth right” to the then British government. This marked a public...



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  9. 2006-01-20 The Asian region is one of the major world civilizations that can speak of a legacy of sciences, technologies, arts, crafts and knowledge systems going back as an unbroken tradition for a period of over thirty centuries. However, the current day situation in this region presents a confusing...



  10. 2005-10-20 African Traditional Knowledge (ATK), variously called rural peoples’ knowledge, indigenous knowledge, or cultural knowledge, among others, is as old as the existence of the African peoples themselves. This knowledge base has provided sustenance for Africans in a diverse, complex, and risk-prone...



  11. 1999-01-01 The contributors neither romanticize traditional knowledge nor reject western science since both have strengths and weaknesses. Rather they argue that a reciprocal relationship between these sources of knowledge can be beneficial for rural development. When respect is given to traditional...