COMPAS-AFRICA NETWORK FOR ENDOGENOUS DEVELOPMENT
The COMPAS-AFRICA Network for Endogenous Development is a vehicle for promoting and facilitating endogenous development and community resilience in Africa. The African Learning Institute on Local and Indigenous Knowledges for Community Resilience was the first initiative of the revitalized COMPAS - AFRICA Network. COMPAS-AFRICA, CIKOD, Ghana and various partners collaborated on organizing the ALI.
A GIFT FROM AFRICA TO
The COMPAS-AFRICA Network is eager to share African wisdom across the continent and around the world. The Ancestor Wisdom cards are one small way to do that.
Please use the cards regularly and share them widely.
A COMMUNITY OF
LEARNING AND PRACTICE
AFRICAN LEARNING INSTITUTES ON LOCAL AND INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGES FOR COMMUNITY RESILIENCE
Meru, Kenya Course
In November 2018 a course on Local and Indigenous Knowledges for Community Resilience was hosted by the Institute for Culture and Ecology, Kenya, COMPAS AFRICA and the Coady International Institute.
Techiman, Ghana Course July 2016
In July 2016 a course on Local and Indigenous Knowledges for Community Resilience was hosted by Nana Kwaw Adams a traditional ruler of Forikrom, Ghana and organized by CIKOD Ghana, COMPAS AFRICA and the Coady International Institute.
2018 Course Participants.
Indigenous people from across Kenya, and from other countries in East Africa were joined by colleagues from southern and west Africa and special indigenous guests from Canada for ALI II.
Kenya Group Photo Coming Soon
2016 Course Participants.
Women and men from 10 countries on the African continent committed to revitalizing local and indigenous knowledges to build community resilience came together for the inaugural ALI.
POST COURSE ACTIVITIES AND IMPACT
- Building Community Resilience
FOLLOWUP ON SECOND ALI
Followup Report Coming Soon
FOLLOWUP ON FIRST ALI
Continental Coordinator Bernard Y Guri CIKOD, GHANA
West Africa Coordination Alieu Sowe NACOFAG, The GAMBIA
East Africa Coordination Martin Muriuki ICE, KENYA
Elizabeth Birungi PROMETRA, UGANDA c/o
Southern Africa Coordination Raymond Tivafire SAEDP, South Africa
Alice Ndlovu Muonde Trust, Zimbabwe