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View the documentIntroduction
View the documentTraditional knowledge and cultural survival
View the documentTraditional knowledge, land, and the environment
View the documentTraditional knowledge and agricultural sustainability
View the documentContributions of traditional medicine to health
View the documentTraditional institutions and participation
View the documentGovernment policies and traditional knowledge
View the documentBuilding a new partnership
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View the documentTraditional knowledge and sustainable development: a conversation
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View the documentAppendix 1 - Program
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View the documentAppendix 3 - Indigenous knowledge resource centers
View the documentAppendix 4 - Operational directive (OD) 4.20: Indigenous peoples
View the documentAppendix 5 - Selected bibliography

Appendix 5 - Selected bibliography

Bannerman, R., and others. Traditional Medicine. Geneva: World Health Organization. 1983.

Beauclerk, John, and Jeremy Narby with Janet Townsend. Indigenous Peoples: A Fieldguide for Development. Oxford: Oxfam. 1988.

Bhatnagar, Bhuvan, and Aubrey Williams, eds. Participatory Development and the World Bank. World Bank Discussion Paper no. 183. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. 1992.

Bodeker, Gerald. "Traditional Health Knowledge and Public Policy." Nature and Resources 30(2)(1994): 5-16.

Brascoupe, Simon. "Indigenous Perspectives on International Development." In Indigenous Economics: Toward a Natural World Order. Special Issue of American Indian Program. Akwe: Kon Journal 9(2). Ithaca: Cornell University. 1992.

Burger, Julian. The Gaia Atlas of First Peoples: A Future for the Indigenous World. New York: Anchor Books, 1990.

Cernea, Michael M., ed. Putting People First: Sociological Variables in Development. 2d ed. New York and London: Oxford University Press. 1991. (Originally published in 1985.)

Davis, Shelton H. Indigenous Peoples, Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development. Sustainable Development Occasional Paper Series. Geneva: International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources. 1988.

------, ed. Indigenous Views of Land and the Environment. World Bank Discussion Paper no. 188. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. 1993.

Goodland, Robert. Tribal Peoples and Economic Development: Human Ecological Considerations. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. 1982.

Henry, P. M., and Basile T. Kossou. La dimension culturelle du dloppement. Coll. "Nouvelles Editions Africaines." Paris: UNESCO. 1985.

International Institute for Environment and Development. Beyond Farmer First: Rural People's Knowledge, Agricultural Research and Extension Practice. Research Series of the Sustainable Agriculture Programme. Vol. 1. London: International Institute for Environment and Development. 1993.

Iwu, Maurice, M. African Ethnomedicine. 2d ed. Nsukka, Nigeria: UPS Press. 1986.

-------. Handbook of African Medicinal Plants. Boca Raton, Fla.: CRC Press. 1993.

Jodha, N. S. Common Property Resources: A Missing Dimension of Development Strategies. World Bank Discussion Paper no. 169. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. 1992.

Linden, Eugene. "Lost Tribes, Lost Knowledge." Time 138 (12) (September 23, 1991): 46-56.

Serageldin, Ismail, and June Taboroff, eds. Culture and Development in Africa: Proceedings of an International Conference. Environmentally Sustainable Development Proceedings Series no. 1. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. 1994.

United Nations Development Programme. Conserving Indigenous Knowledge: Integrating Two Systems of Innovation. An Independent Study by the Rural Advancement Foundation International. New York: Bureau for Policy and Programme Support, United Nations Development Programme. 1994.

Van de Fliert, Lydia, ed. Indigenous Peoples and International Organizations. Nottingham: Spokesman. 1994.

Verhelst, Thierry G. No Life without Roots: Culture and Development. London: Zed Books, 1990. (Originally published in French by Editions Duculot, Paris, 1987.)

Warren, D. Michael. Using Indigenous Knowledge in Agricultural Development. World Bank Discussion Paper no. 127. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. 1991.

Warren, D. Michael, David Brokensha, and L. Jan Slikkerveer, eds. Indigenous Knowledge Systems: The Cultural Dimension of Development. London: Kegan Paul International. 1991.

Warren, D. Michael, L. Jan Slikkerveer, and S. Oguntunji Tifilola, eds. Indigenous Knowledge Systems: Implications for Agriculture and International Development. Studies in Technology and Social Change no. 11. Ames, Iowa: Technology and Social Change Program, Iowa State University.1989.

World Bank, World Development Report 1993: Investing in Health. New York: Oxford University Press. 1993.