Indigenous Knowledge for Disaster Risk Reduction: Good Practices and Lessons Learned from Experiences in the Asia-Pacific Region

The importance of indigenous knowledge contributes not only to the success of intervention, but more importantly to its sustainability in the longer term. Considering the participation and integration of these communities in all disaster-related processes as a necessary means for pursuing the Hyogo Framework for Action highlights the importance of indigenous knowledge in assisting to mainstream disaster risk reduction policies and practice...
Source : UN ISDR Asia and Paci fi c

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