Managing indigenous knowledge for sustainable agricultural development in developing countries: Knowledge management approaches in the social context

@inproceedings{Lwoga2010ManagingIK,
  title={Managing indigenous knowledge for sustainable agricultural development in developing countries: Knowledge management approaches in the social context},
  author={Edda Tandi Lwoga and Patrick Ngulube and Christine Stilwell},
  year={2010}
}
This paper is based on a PhD study (Lwoga, 2009) that sought to assess the application of knowledge management (KM) approaches in managing indigenous knowledge (IK) for sustainable agricultural practices in developing countries, with a specific focus on Tanzania. This study used a mixed-research method which was conducted in six districts of Tanzania. Non-participant observation, semi-structured interviews, and focus groups were used to collect primary data from small-scale farmers in the… CONTINUE READING

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