Welyne Jeffrey Jehom

Indigenous knowledge is the key social capital of the poor, and constitutes a main asset in their effort to gain control over their lives. For this, the potential capacity of indigenous knowledge to create locally managed, cost-effective and sustainable domestic, specifically rural cottage industries should be tapped. The production of natural dyes and the weaving of pua have great potential as a well-developed and sustainable cottage industry. There has been research on the textiles of pua, particularly the meaning of its weaved patterns and of its use as ritual cloth orRead More