Oral Folklore and Climate Change

John Titi is currently engaged in ongoing active research that seeks to understand the nexus between traditional folklore knowledge systems and mitigation of climate change realities. The focus is on communities living within the expansive arid and semi-arid lands (ASAL) across Eastern Africa region. Oral folklore rituals, practices, interpretations and analysis as they relate with the current phenomena of environmental and climate change are interesting starting points the research will cover.

A Brief Peep into the Past

Sample below some of Zamaleo ACT’s footprints