@26266 said in Share your best practices: Cycle 1:
@jason said in Share your best practices: Cycle 1:
We here at Philanthropy University recognize that you guys, our learners, are experts in what you do. For that reason, we want to to hear your best practices for common challenges you face in your work.
Every couple weeks, we will ask a new question related to your best practices at work. Please provide your and/or your organization's best practices, and "vote" for others’ best practices that you agree with or are helpful. Based on the best practices that get the most “votes”, we will gather this community’s favorite answers and make a collection of the Community Development community’s best practices. This collection of best practices will be available to all learners who visit this community, supporting other organizations in Community Development to overcome these common challenges.**How does your organization's community programs protect and support the use of traditional / indigenous Agriculture
Well, this comes in especially when it comes to agriculture where people are sensitised not only on the best practices but also supporting them to use the traditional knowledge of fighting pests and diseases in Agriculture in order to copy up in a difficult situation before anyone else intervenes. This include using ash on banana plants to protect them from diseases, using scare craws to scare away pests ans uprooting infected plantations. Thank you
Awesome, thanks for this contribution @26266 . How do you help local framers identify when to use modern best practices and when to use traditional knowledge?