Created on Tuesday, 02 May 2017 05:26
Published on Tuesday, 02 May 2017 05:26

GIM2National Conference on Nurturing Promoting and Implementing Indigenous knowledge in Development Endeavors in Ethiopia: Relations and Dynamics

As part of its active engagement in sharing research outcomes for the benefit of society as well as providing effective forum for research scholars to exchange knowledge and best practices on issues of national importance, Wollega University organized a two-day’s “National Conference on Nurturing, Promoting and Implementing Indigenous Knowledge in Development Endeavors in Ethiopia: Relations and Dynamics.”

GIM3Prof. Tesama Ta’a, Dr.Gemechu Megersa and Dr.Tadesse Bariso from Addis Ababa University delivered keynote speech. Thirty three scholarly research papers were selected from different Universities for presentation. The issues discussed during the conference include the use of traditional medicinal plants, wildlife conservation, use of forest resources in indigenous healthcare system, tuberculosis causations and treatment mechanism, wildlife coffee production, green entrepreneurship, use of indigenous knowledge for development, and indigenous knowledge in the era of globalization.