Information for G04438
Policy Meeting on Establishing a Biocultural Heritage Territory/Landscape Rabai Museum, Kilifi County, Friday 30th August 2019
Krystyna Swiderska KEFRI IIED
Project material, 11 pages
Meeting notes on establishing a Biocultural Heritage territory/landscape in Rabai, Kenya. Held at the Rabai Museum, Kilifi County, Kenya. This meeting was organised by the Kenya Forestry Research Institute (KEFRI) in collaboration with the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). Participants included: Kilifi County Director for Culture and Deputy Director for Culture; Kilifi County Officers for Environment and Agriculture; Kaya Elders; National Museums of Kenya
IIED is working with partners in China, India, Kenya and Peru to explore how the interlinked traditional knowledge, biodiversity, culture and landscapes – the biocultural heritage – of indigenous peoples can contribute to sustainable development. This research will contribute directly to establishing new biocultural heritage territories through a process that builds on the successful Potato Park model.
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Indigenous biocultural heritage for sustainable development