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Using tech for participatory climate data management

Geographical Information Systems (GIS) are valuable community navigating tools, which provide frameworks to document and store environmental data sustainably in relation to communities on the ground. GIS promote participatory natural resource management practices through community involvement in adaptation programmes as well as having a say in the whole process. Otherwise, GIS is not only for the communities, but by the communities as well, provided resources and costs are met. The post Using tech for part

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