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Practical Application of an Indigenous Research Framework ...

Practical Application of an Indigenous Research Framework ...

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Indigenous researchers, who bring forward worldviews that shape the approach of the research, the theoretical and conceptual frameworks, and the epistemology, methodology, and ethics. Many times such research bridges Western practices and Indigenous knowledges; however, bringing together these two worldviews can also present challenges.

  Indigenous

Canadian Indigenous Women’s Perspectives of Maternal ...

Canadian Indigenous Women’s Perspectives of Maternal ...

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Indigenous people’s experiences and perspectives of healthcare services. We systematically reviewed the published literature on Canadian Indigenous women’s experiences and perspectives of maternal healthcare during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period. Major bibliographic databases (including

  Perspective, Indigenous, Canadian, Canadian indigenous

Leadership and Influencing Change in Nursing

Leadership and Influencing Change in Nursing

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Improving Health Outcomes of Indigenous People Wendy Whitebear Foreword vii 1. Identifying Your Leadership Strengths and Opportunities for Growth Joan Wagner 9 2. Diversity in Health Care Organizations Sonia Udod and Louise Racine 25 3. Working with Indigenous Leadership and Indigenous Environments Anthony de Padua and Norma Rabbitskin 52 4.

  With, Change, Leadership, Influencing, Nursing, Indigenous, With indigenous, Leadership and influencing change in nursing

Chapter VII Indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities ...

Chapter VII Indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities ...

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Indigenous peoples and ethnic minorities: marginalization is the norm 99 cially true for indigenous and ethnic minority women. In Latin America, for instance,

  Indigenous

SPEAKING DIFFICULTIES OF PHILIPPINE INDIGENOUS ... - ed

SPEAKING DIFFICULTIES OF PHILIPPINE INDIGENOUS ... - ed

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understand (EFA-GMR, 2016; & Ball, 2011). Speaking is crucial in the total language development of IP learners. It is simultaneously performed while learner listens (Academia, 2016). To achieve learning, indigenous or non-indigenous learners, are expected to …

  Speaking, Indigenous, Philippine, Difficulties, Speaking difficulties of philippine indigenous

Key Health Inequalities - Canada

Key Health Inequalities - Canada

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Indigenous health. The colonial structure, which sought to assimilate Indigenous peoples into the dominant Euro-Canadian culture, has been largely responsible for destabilizing the determinants of Indigenous health (13). The forced displacement of First Nations into remote communities and reserves that were uninhabitable

  Health, Inequalities, Indigenous, Canadian, Key health inequalities

Free, Prior and Informed Consent of Indigenous Peoples

Free, Prior and Informed Consent of Indigenous Peoples

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fulfilled. (…) Rights of indigenous peoples are frequently the first victims of development activities in indigenous lands, often pursued with no regard to the principle of free, prior and informed consent and other guarantees of the Declaration.” Ms. Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, August 2013.

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Impact of European settlement on Indigenous people

Impact of European settlement on Indigenous people

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The Indigenous peoples, however, always returned to the land after it had ... men who were taught the language and culture of the white settlers) over 30 years before, Macquarie believed that if you educated some of the Indigenous population then they would

  Language, European, Indigenous, Settlement, European settlement

Advancing Health Equity: A Guide to Language, Narrative ...

Advancing Health Equity: A Guide to Language, Narrative ...

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With more than 65,000 Native Americans and Indigenous peoples represented in 175 different tribes, Chicago today has the third-largest urban Indigenous population in the U.S. More than 4,000 American Indians and Indigenous peoples still reside in the District of Columbia. We acknowledge their ancestors were forced out by colonization,

  Language, Indigenous

In Plain Sight - govTogetherBC

In Plain Sight - govTogetherBC

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In Plain Sight: Addressing Indigenous-specific Racism and Discrimination in B.C. Health Care 5 Indigenous-specific racism: The unique nature of stereotyping, bias and prejudice about Indigenous peoples in Canada that is rooted in the history of settler colonialism. It is the ongoing race-based discrimination,

  Health, Indigenous

Doctrine of Discovery - Onondaga Nation

Doctrine of Discovery - Onondaga Nation

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6. Consequently, the current situation of Indigenous Peoples around the world is the result of a linear programme of f disadvantage. In most indigenous communi-poverty without clean water and neceessssaraarry y king adequate health care, educucataattioion, empmmpploly-y g. Many indigenous commmunuunnitiess s stilll ll suuffferer

  Health, Indigenous

Who are indigenous peoples? - United Nations

Who are indigenous peoples? - United Nations

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Europe, the Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders of Australia and the Maori of New Zealand. These and most other indigenous peoples have retained distinct …

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ASSEMBLY OF FIRST NATIONS Dismantling the Doctrine of ...

ASSEMBLY OF FIRST NATIONS Dismantling the Doctrine of ...

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United Nations on Discovery Many Human Rights bodies within the UN system have strongly commended all racist doctrines of superiority. The United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues has extensively studied the issue of the doctrine of discovery and the impact of Indigenous Peoples. The Forum has produced two major studies on the topic ...

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Bill C-15: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of ...

Bill C-15: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of ...

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Bill C-15: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act On December 3, 2020, the Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada introduced Bill C-15, The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Act. Introducing legislation to …

  United, Nations, Declaration, Rights, Indigenous, United nations declaration on the rights of indigenous, United nations declaration on the rights

DRAFT ACTION PLAN - British Columbia

DRAFT ACTION PLAN - British Columbia

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legislation establishes the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UN Declaration) as the framework for reconciliation in B.C. It ensures the human rights of Indigenous peoples are respected and helps create clarity and predictability for all people in British Columbia on the path ahead.

  United, People, Nations, Declaration, Rights, Indigenous, Rights of indigenous peoples, United nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples

General Information Folio 5: Appropriate Terminology ...

General Information Folio 5: Appropriate Terminology ...

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Indigenous Australia were, and are, as separate as the nations of Europe or Africa. The Aboriginal English words ‘blackfella’ and ‘whitefella’ are used by Indigenous Australian people all over the country — some communities also use ‘yellafella’ and ‘coloured’. Although less appropriate, people should respect the acceptance ...

  Indigenous

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action

Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Calls to Action

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Aboriginal health issues, including the history and legacy of residential schools, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Treaties and Aboriginal rights, and Indigenous teachings and practices. This will require skills-based training in intercultural competency, conflict resolution, human rights, and anti-racism ...

  Health, Call, People, Action, Indigenous, Calls to action, Of indigenous peoples

Bear Badge Requirements (Effective December 2016)

Bear Badge Requirements (Effective December 2016)

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1. Learn about the history and culture of American Indians or other indigenous people who lived in your area long ago. 2. Create a legend by building a diorama, writing a story, or presenting a skit. 3. Complete one of the following: A. Make a dream catcher. B. Make a craft similar to one made by American Indians or indigenous people. C. Make a ...

  Indigenous, Bear

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous …

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous

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2 Adopts the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as contained in the annex to the present resolution. 107th plenary meeting 13 …

  United, People, United nations, Nations, Rights, Indigenous, Indigenous peoples

Natural Farming: The Development of Indigenous ...

Natural Farming: The Development of Indigenous ...

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tem that involves culturing indigenous microorganisms (IMO) – fungi, bacteria, and protozoa – and reintroduc-ing them into nutrient-depleted soil, thus enhancing soil microbial activity and fertility (Essoyan 2011). There is a symbiotic relationship that occurs between plants and beneficial IMOs; the microorganisms convert nutrients

  Indigenous

The Significance of Indigenous Knowledge in Social Work ...

The Significance of Indigenous Knowledge in Social Work ...

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experienced by Indigenous peoples is referred to as ‘historical trauma’ (Brave Heart 1998). In the Canadian and U.S. literature, there is extensive discussion of the intergenerational nature of its continuing effects over several generations (Brave Heart …

  Indigenous, Canadian

PNDC LAW 111 IN GHANA AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN …

PNDC LAW 111 IN GHANA AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN …

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issues, coexist (see also Manuh 1988). In Ghana, both the state and indigenous legal institutions operate, and each tries in some ways to influence the effectiveness of the other. For example, the state approves indigenous laws on marriage, land …

  Indigenous

The Impact of COVID-19 on Indigenous Peoples

The Impact of COVID-19 on Indigenous Peoples

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is due to the devastating impact of the virus on older persons generally and, in the case of some indigenous ... india/3550-covid-19-india-reverse-migration.html. Coletta, Amanda, and Heloísa ...

  People, Impact, Indigenous, Migration, Covid, Covid 19 on indigenous peoples

MANAGERS’ GUIDE TO REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION

MANAGERS’ GUIDE TO REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION

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Indigenous identity • race • colour • ancestry • place of origin • offences unrelated to the age • political belief • religion • marital status • family status • sex • sexual orientation • physical or mental disability • gender identity or expression • criminal or summary conviction

  Reasonable, Indigenous

An Overview of Aboriginal Health in Canada

An Overview of Aboriginal Health in Canada

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Indigenous health knowledge. Although the health of Aboriginal populations in Canada has been improving in recent years, First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples continue to experience considerably lower health outcomes than non-Aboriginal Canadians. On many health indicators,

  Health, Indigenous, Indigenous health

National Standards for Mental Health Services 2010

National Standards for Mental Health Services 2010

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indigenous health services, alcohol tobacco and other drug services (ATODS) and aged care services, where they are responsible for the delivery of mental health care within the service. The Standards apply to ATOD services that are part of a mental …

  Health, Services, Standards, National, Within, Indigenous, Mental, National standards for mental health services

The Mental Health of Indigenous Peoples - McGill University

The Mental Health of Indigenous Peoples - McGill University

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were directed at Aboriginal children through forced attendance at residential schools, and out-of-community adoption of children by non-Aboriginal families (Armitage, 1995). From 1879 to 1973, the Canadian government mandated church-run boarding schools to provide education for Aboriginal children (Miller, 1996). Over

  Health, People, Indigenous, Mental, Aboriginal, The mental health of indigenous peoples

B U C K S 2 020 R E P O R T STARBUCKS C A P GLOBAL M I L C ...

B U C K S 2 020 R E P O R T STARBUCKS C A P GLOBAL M I L C ...

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national, state and local health officials to ensure our business ... Black and Indigenous communities. In FY20, the Foundation also supported emergency preparedness, ... promoting clean water, sanitation and hygiene; and creating economic opportunities for women and girls.

  Business, Indigenous, Promoting

Sustainability Indicators and Sustainability Performance ...

Sustainability Indicators and Sustainability Performance ...

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Promoting Corporate Citizenship and ... a project and less still from the perspective of indigenous communities. There are also few ... business practice and the extent to which a project is being managed according to practices that will contribute to sustainable development goals. It is argued, that business practice

  Business, Indigenous, Promoting

Human rights mechanisms - Office of the United Nations ...

Human rights mechanisms - Office of the United Nations ...

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Human rights mechanisms Strengthening human rights mechanisms and the progressive development of international human rights law Background OHCHR serves as the secretariat for the United Nationshuman rights mechanisms which include the Human Rights Council, the Universal Periodic ... access to justice by indigenous peoples. Universal ...

  United, Human, People, United nations, Nations, Rights, Indigenous, Human rights, Indigenous peoples

AIATSIS Code of Ethics for Aboriginal and Torres Strait ...

AIATSIS Code of Ethics for Aboriginal and Torres Strait ...

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Title: Warranggal Baynyi (‘strong ripple’ in Gamilaraay language) This piece represents a strong ripple of perspectives, relationships and knowledge in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research. Encompassing the central principal of integrity, the open pathways of ... Indigenous peoples, either collectively or individually.

  Language, Indigenous, Aboriginal

MATERIAL CHANGE - Drive Sustainability

MATERIAL CHANGE - Drive Sustainability

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of potential impacts associated with business activities and associated reputation risks. ... Association with incidences of conflict with Indigenous Peoples 46 Figures 23/24: Association with the potential for harm from hazardous ... supply chain by promoting a common approach within the industry and by

  Business, Change, Material, Indigenous, Promoting, Material changes

Importance of Language - Simon Fraser University

Importance of Language - Simon Fraser University

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Language holds the intricate memory and information for thousands of years of a culture. (This is especially the case for Indigenous languages that did not keep record of any written form of the language until the late 1800's. So the essence of who the people are is only passed down through the generations, much like a blue print for how a people

  Language, Indigenous

Disaster Risk Reduction in the Philippines

Disaster Risk Reduction in the Philippines

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the latest DRR progress the Philippines has achieved under the ... (National Commission on Indigenous Peoples, referenced in Cariño, 2012). ... Philippines Statistical Authority 2019. Status Report 2019 Pages // 8 1.2 Economic Impact of Disasters Since 1990, the Philippines has been affected by 565 disaster events which have caused an ...

  Economic, Report, Reduction, Risks, 2019, Disaster, Indigenous, Progress, Philippine, Report 2019, Disaster risk reduction in the philippines

AN INDIGENOU PEOPLES' - Political Education

AN INDIGENOU PEOPLES' - Political Education

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180 An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States Law 91-550 on December 15, 1970, which had been approved with bipartisan majorities in Congress. President Nixon stated, "This is a bill that represents justice, because in 1906 an injustice was done in

  United, People, Indigenous, Indigenous peoples

Two-Spirit People: Sex, Gender & Sexuality in Historic and ...

Two-Spirit People: Sex, Gender & Sexuality in Historic and ...

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Indigenous Peoples Task Force (Minneapolis, MN) Montana Two-Spirit Society (Browning, MT) Nations of the 4 Directions (San Diego, CA) NativeOUT (Phoenix, AZ) NorthEast Two-Spirit Society (New York, NY) ... health services are paramount (all 2S respondents identified basic needs as an issue).

  Health, Indigenous

SUSTAINABLE ECO-TOURISM: A case study of Marang …

SUSTAINABLE ECO-TOURISM: A case study of Marang …

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Tourism has also been a driving force in protecting natural and cultural heritage, preserving them for future generations to enjoy”. (Zurab Pololikashvili, ... What design principles approach was used by the Architects and developers of Marang Resort ... including its indigenous cultures. The ecotourist visits

  Approach, Sustainable, Cultural, Case, Indigenous, A case, Protecting, Heritage, Tourism, Cultural heritage, Sustainable eco tourism

Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action* Resolution 1 ...

Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action* Resolution 1 ...

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education, literacy and training, and primary health care for girls and ... are indigenous people; 33. Ensure respect for international law, including humanitarian law, in order

  Health, Indigenous

FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L

FCCC/PA/CMA/2021/L

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respective obligations on human rights, the right to health, the rights of indigenous peoples, local communities, migrants, children, persons with disabilities and people in vulnerable situations and the right to development, as well as gender equality, empowerment of women and intergenerational equity,

  People, Rights, Indigenous, Rights of indigenous peoples

DIPLOMA IN LANDSCAPE TECHNOLOGY Dip (Landscape …

DIPLOMA IN LANDSCAPE TECHNOLOGY Dip (Landscape …

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The plant Kingdom, endemic, indigenous, exotic, history and develop-ment. Plant classification. Classification systems. Morphology of higher plants. Seed, roots, stems, leaves, ... marketing orientation, non-verbal and verbal communication, written ... Environmental issues and their relevance to South Africa. Urbanisation. Environmental ...

  Marketing, South, Africa, Plants, Indigenous, South africa

The Healthy Equity Assessment Tool: A User's Guide

The Healthy Equity Assessment Tool: A User's Guide

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This Guide is designed to facilitate the use of one such tool: the Health Equity Assessment Tool ... reporting requirements for DHBs since 2004 means that it has been increasingly used throughout New Zealand. The development of this Guide was recommended in a review of ... indigenous people.

  Health, Assessment, Guide, Reporting, Tool, Equity, Indigenous, Health equity assessment tool

American Indians and Alcohol - National Institutes of Health

American Indians and Alcohol - National Institutes of Health

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Indian” also includes the indigenous people of Alaska. (For more information on alcohol use among Alaska Natives, see the sidebar by Segal, pp. 276–280.) Historical Context Before European colonization, the native population of the territory that would eventually become the United States was relatively naïve to alcohol’s effects.

  Health, National, Institute, Indigenous, National institutes of health

National Immunisation Program Schedule 1 July 2020 For …

National Immunisation Program Schedule 1 July 2020 For …

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Indigenous children (also see influenza vaccine) Birth • Hepatitis B (usually offered in hospital)a H-B-Vax® II Paediatric or Engerix B® Paediatric 2 months Can be given from 6 weeks of age • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), hepatitis B, polio, Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) • Rotavirusb • Pneumococcal

  Programs, National, Indigenous, Immunisation, National immunisation program

Indigenous issues in Canada

Indigenous issues in Canada

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Indigenous weight and “might” held steady until 1812 (until the war between the United States and England) before starting to decline. Indigenous territory would be gradually occupied by English settlers , who arrived in increasing numbers. Indigenous peoples, feeling invaded, began to petition the authorities in the 1830s

  Indigenous

INDIGENOUS CHICKEN FARMING - KALRO

INDIGENOUS CHICKEN FARMING - KALRO

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Indigenous chicken offer a flexible production system, adaptable to many agro-ecological zones and are ... successful indigenous chicken business. 2 TOPIC 1. ROLE OF INDIGENOUS CHICKEN IN HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY Introduction ... important in promoting appropriate interventions. Different members of the household can have

  Business, Indigenous, Promoting

Indigenous experiences with racism and its impacts - NCCIH

Indigenous experiences with racism and its impacts - NCCIH

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1 The terms ‘Indigenous’ and ‘Indigenous peoples’ are used throughout this fact sheet to refer to First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples inclusively; however, the terms ‘Aboriginal’ and ‘Aboriginal peoples’ will be used as substitutes when reflected in the literature under discussion.

  People, Nations, Indigenous, Indigenous peoples

INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICINAL PLANTS USED …

INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE OF MEDICINAL PLANTS USED …

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1991). It is the information base for a society, which facilitates communication and decision-making. Indigenous information systems are active, and are continually influenced by internal creativity and experimentation as well as by contact with outside organizations.. (Flavier et.al. 1995: 479) . In the emerging global knowledge

  Information, Plants, Indigenous, Medicinal, Knowledge, Indigenous knowledge of medicinal plants

Indigenous Communities and Family Violence: Changing …

Indigenous Communities and Family Violence: Changing …

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and family violence is to do the following: 1. critically engage with dominant frameworks and discourses around ‘family violence’ in the context of ongoing colonialism and Indigenous resurgence; 2. key principles to inform future bring community voices into conversation with existing literature on ‘Aboriginal family violence’ to illuminate

  Family, Indigenous, Violence, Communities, Family violence, Indigenous communities and family violence

Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Ethiopia. Report of ...

Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Ethiopia. Report of ...

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a fire until it becomes red - hot and air cool it. To harden a work piece he puts it in the fire until it gets red-hot and immediately immerses it in cold water and withdraws it. 9. In rural parts of Ethiopia, if some one is struck by lightening, the survivor will be immediately brought into contact with moist ground or dung. This practice is

  Indigenous, Knowledge, Indigenous knowledge

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