Community Kauhale ‘Ōiwi Dialogue at the IUCN World Conservation Congress 2016

WCC flower trifold - Kauhale LogoThe Community Kauhale ‘Ōiwi is a peer-to-peer meeting space at IUCN WCC that provides an opportunity for local and indigenous leaders to exchange knowledge and best practices in sustainable environmental management. Leveraging the unique partnerships of the Equator Initiative, the Kauhale aims to position local advocacy and knowledge sharing within the larger policy dialogues on conservation and sustainable development. To see an overview of the Community Kauhale ‘Ōiwi events at WCC, please click here. You can also take a look at the Hawai’i Commitments from WCC by clicking here.

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  1. i would like to know about daudi karanja indigenous land in mairi village
    in muranga county kenya solution

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