• Gai

    Great article

  • Kaganga John

    I wish both of us can meet,I and Lint,this statement has been so good to me and has a lot of meaning;”The traditional knowledge is slowly disappearing and we need to make sure it is captured before it disappear”

    Am among those who strongly support local /indigenous knowledge.we want the scientists/researchers to recognise it but again we traditionalists we must not be rigid to stick to the local knowledge alone.we need to harmonise both scientific and local knowledge through a participatory innovation development programme,but we need technical and financial support.can we team up and find a solution before our traditional knowledge is wiped out?

    Kaganga John from Uganda

    johnkaganga@gmail.com

  • Anna

    Indigenous knowledge cannot be undervalued in any society!