Traditional Knowledge, Inclusion, and Conservation

9 novembre 2022by 0

To promote equality, peace and local knowledge necessary for the conservation of native plant biodiversity and ecological restoration, the inclusion, and integration of traditional knowledge of all social actors without discrimination are core values of JEBK in this programme. Youth, women, and minority indigenous peoples of all origins are integrated into a continuous dialogue and cooperation at JEBK to achieve development goals, especially those related to gender equality, the valorization and the conservation of traditional knowledge for nature and environmental protection. The community hall at JEBK currently being renovated offers a privileged setting to carry out various activities focused on conservation based on local knowledge and the inclusion of all in the community, `leave no one behind. In the context of food security and conservation, the expertise of rural women is valued.

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