This global workshop will provide a platform for dialogue and knowledge sharing among stakeholders, especially indigenous peoples, as well as legislators and traditional health professionals, to contribute to the first World Health Organization (WHO) World Summit on Traditional Medicine. which will take place in August in India.
The value of biodiversity and traditional knowledge goes beyond health. It is closely related to biodiversity and natural resource management, as indigenous communities often develop a deep understanding of their natural environment, the medicinal properties of various plants, and components of biodiversity that also support food security, livelihoods, nutrition, biocultural diversity, and other aspects. health and well-being.
In this sense, the preservation of traditional knowledge is essential for the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity, as well as for meeting the global commitments made under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Kunming-Montreal World Biodiversity Framework (KMGBF) and the Paris Agreement on climate.
This global workshop on the sustainable management and use of biodiversity in a changing climate will help identify and share initiatives, best practices and legislative frameworks for the sustainable management and use of biodiversity for health. -existence.
Other issues will be explored around this central axis such as food security and nutrition, One Health, sustainable livelihoods, climate change adaptation, indigenous rights and land tenure, and expanding access to health care in underserved communities through better integration of traditional medicines.
Sessions on July 27 and 28 will be broadcast on OPS TV.
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