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AIPPArticleAsiaBiodiversity monitoringCommunity-led conservationCountryIMPECTInternational processesLand and resource rightsPartnersPASDPhilippinesRegionThailandThemesTraditional and local knowledgeType
03.04.24

Project Partners in Thailand receive the E-Sak Ka Ou Declaration

We are thrilled to announce that the Thai version of the E-Sak Ka Ou Declaration has landed in the capable hands of our esteemed partner organizations of the transformative pathways project in Thailand.  Empowering Indigenous Peoples, Indigenous Women, Indigenous Youth, and Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities…
ArticleBiodiversity monitoringCHIRAPAQCommunity-led conservationCountryLand and resource rightsPartnersPeruRegionThe AmericasThemesType
03.04.24

Indigenous-Led Reforestation Efforts in Peru’s Andes and Amazon Regions

In February 2024, members of the indigenous Quechua communities of Cayara and Hualla in Ayacucho, in alliance with the municipalities of these districts and the Regional Department of Agriculture of Ayacucho, carried out an important reforestation work during the rainy season in the Andes. In…
ArticleBiodiversity monitoringCHIRAPAQCommunity-led conservationCountryLand and resource rightsPartnersPeruRegionThe AmericasThemesType
03.04.24

Indigenous Conservation Advocates from Ayacucho and Pasco Input into Peru’s Updated Biodiversity Strategy 2050

In February 2024, 14 indigenous conservation advocates from the regions of Ayacucho and Pasco in Peru participated in the updating of the National Biodiversity Strategy 2050, contributing with their knowledge and experience to strengthen indigenous peoples’ initiatives in the protection of biological diversity and territorial…
Learning new skills on planting and restoration to achieve food security. Photo credits: IIN
AfricaArticleCommunity-led conservationCountryIINKenyaPartnersRegionSustainable livelihoodsThemesTraditional and local knowledgeType
02.04.24

Food sovereignty in Maasai, Samburu and Pokot communities in relation to their traditional knowledge

The Maasai, Samburu and Pokot are semi nomadic pastoralist communities in Kenya who migrate within semi- arid lowlands to obtain water and pasture for their livestock. Their lifestyle centres around their cattle which constitute their primary source of food, and for them wealth is measured…
AIPPArticleAsiaBiodiversity monitoringCommunity-led conservationCountryIMPECTInternational processesLand and resource rightsPartnersPASDPhilippinesPIKPRegionThailandThemesTraditional and local knowledgeTypeUncategorised
04.01.24

E-Sak Ka Ou Declaration

This declaration was developed at the Asia Regional Conference on Indigenous Peoples’ Rights, Biodiversity, and Climate Change, held on November 5-8, 2023 in Krabi, Thailand. “Life and land are the same. We are the same as the land. We come from the land. We go…
National Roundtable
ArticleAsiaCountryPartnersPhilippinesPIKPRegionThemesTraditional and local knowledgeType
20.12.23

National Roundtable Discussion on Indigenous Peoples and Biodiversity in the Philippines

A national Roundtable Discussion on Indigenous Peoples and Biodiversity was held on November 29-30, 2023 through the collaboration of Partners for Indigenous Knowledge Philippines, Centers of Distinction on Indigenous and Local Knowledge, Philippine ICCA, NTFP-EP Asia, PAFID, and Tebtebba, with support from Transformative Pathways. With…
Sustainable food systems learning exchange
ArticleAsiaCountryPartnersPhilippinesPIKPRegionSustainable livelihoodsThemesTraditional and local knowledgeType
20.12.23

Learning Exchange on Sustainable Food Systems

During the last learning exchange held in March 2023, there was enthusiasm among the home gardeners to exchange knowledge from their actual experiences.  One recommendation that came out was to continue learning exchanges through holding garden visits. On this note, PIKP conducted another learning exchange…
Besao Leaders Forum
ArticleAsiaCommunity-led conservationCountryPartnersPhilippinesPIKPRegionSustainable livelihoodsThemesTraditional and local knowledgeType
20.12.23

Indigenous Leaders Forum held in Besao, Mountain Province

There were lively discussions addressing the challenges eroding Besao culture during the Leaders Forum held in Besao, Mountain Province. A majority of elders from all the four ancestral communities gave their insights into the dwindling community practices such as the use of the dap-ay as…
Local artists perform “moomi olee kerkeey kooreenyoo”, a song about the splendor
AfricaArticleCIPDPCommunity-led conservationCountryKenyaPartnersRegionSustainable livelihoodsThemesTraditional and local knowledgeUncategorised
04.12.23

Conservation through application of traditional practices and indigenous knowledge

Indigenous communities are perhaps the only groups of people in Africa who still maintain their traditional values and culture. Often, their way of life is dictated by their environment and available natural resources, and to live in harmony with nature, they have to develop ways…
Demonstration on quadrat method of data collection
AfricaArticleBiodiversity monitoringCIPDPCommunity-led conservationCountryKenyaPartnersRegionSustainable livelihoodsThemesTypeUncategorised
04.12.23

Community Based Biodiversity monitoring

ICCS training on biodiversity monitoring methods The Interdisciplinary Centre For Conservation Science (ICCS) is a research group based in the Department of Biology, University of Oxford. Through research and collaboration across the world, the ICCS and its fellows work at the interface of social and…