Joint meeting of the Adaptation Committee and the Nairobi Work Programme:
Available tools for the use of indigenous and traditional knowledge (ITK) and practices for adaptation,
needs of local and indigenous communities, and the application of gender‐sensitive approaches and
tools for adaptation
Information provided by participants highlighting different experiences in applying local, indigenous
and traditional knowledge and practices in adaptation, by answering the following
What was the natural hazard and impact on communities?
Who were the adaptation practitioners?
What processes were used for identifying and integrating local and ITK in adaptation?
In what phases of the adaptation process was local and ITK integrated?
At which level was local and ITK integrated in adaptation planning?
Why was the integration of the local and ITK so valuable?
Why did you choose this story?
Responses to questions related to current experiences
Information provided by participants highlighting good practices and tools relating to different
aspects of applying local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices in the adaptation
process by answering the following questions:
What good practice or tool would you most like to draw attention to and why?
What are the benefits of the good practice/tool for adaptation?
Responses to questionsrelatedto good practices and tools