Final Report: UNESCO-JFIT StResCom Regional Workshop on “Integrating Local and Indigenous Knowledge with Scientific Knowledge for Knowledge-based Risk Reduction”
This final report summarizes a regional workshop which was held from 6 to 8 August 2012 in Jakarta to discuss and finalize the details of activities to be implemented in the second phase of the StResCom project.
The “Strengthening Resilience of Coastal and Small Island Communities towards Hydro-meteorological Hazards and Climate Change Impacts (StResCom)” project was initiated by the UNESCO Jakarta Office and is funded by the Japanese Government through the Japan Funds-in-Trust (JFIT). It aims to reduce disaster risks and increase the resilience of coastal and small island communities against hydro-meteorological hazards and climate change impacts.
Timor-Leste is one of the three project countries and relevant stakeholders from the small island country participated in the workshop.
- Final report of the regional workshop (pdf)
- UNESCO Jakarta Office news article on the workshop
- more information on the StResCom project
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