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Reviving indigenous and local knowledge for restoration of degraded ecosystems in Kenya. A contribution to the piloting of the Multiple Evidence Base Approach

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This is an optional reading for Week 3 of the Introduction to Resilience for Development MOOC. Register for the course here: http://bit.ly/ResilienceMOOC-Register. 

This report is part of the outcomes of a collaborative partnership for piloting a Multiple Evidence Base approach to co-generate knowledge and methods for mutual learning across knowledge systems. It details the processes that two communities in Kenya went through to bring back the traditional knowledge of their territory in order to mobilize and validate their own knowledge as well as seek opportunities for using this knowledge to secure local heritage and continue using customary sustainable practices in managing their heritage towards endogenous development. 

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