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Integrating Diverse Knowledge Types in the Development of Climate Services for Improved Agro-pastoral Community Resilience
Sectors:Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene
Integration of Local and Traditional Knowledge (LTK) into climate services development has shown strong potential for improved local relevance, legitimacy, useability, and sustainability of climate services. So far, LTK has not been integrated systematically into the development of climate services alongside scientific knowledge. This Policy Brief examines the relevance, legitimacy, usability, and sustainability of LTK climate indicators among the Borana and Samburu communities of Kenya.