Author: Kiburo

The Endorois; bikap Torois

The Endorois; bikap Torois The Endorois are an indigenous minority community living around Lake Bogoria and Mochongoi Ol-Arabel and Marmanet Forest in Marigat (Baringo South Constituency) Mogotio sub-counties of Baringo County, as well as in Nakuru and Laikipia Counties within the Rit Valley of Kenya. The Endorois community lived around Lake Bogoria from time immemorial. […]

Open Science and Traditional Knowledge

Open Science and Traditional Knowledge Open Science is revolutionary, just like open source in the field of Information Technology. From the perspective of the communities that most universities and researchers collect knowledge from, I will share a few points. Indigenous Peoples have compelling links to long-standing traditional knowledge systems on food, medicine, and even biodiversity […]

Enhancing agro-pastoralists’ resilience amongst the Endorois youth and women towards indigenous food sovereignty

Enhancing agro-pastoralists’ resilience amongst the Endorois youth and women towards indigenous food sovereignty The pastoralist Endorois community in the target area have practised transhumance indigenous cattle rearing since time immemorial. The areas of Kapkuikui, Kaptombes and Sandai are climatically semi-arid and has been classified as an Arid and Semi-Arid Land and in an agro-pastoral marginalized […]

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