Pamiri Futures

Five communities from different valleys of the Pamirs imagine their futures (10 years) around the question: How can human well-being continue to improve while maintaining diversity and traditions?

Goal: To co-develop visions for the future in the Pamirs with diverse development actors, using traditional foods as a way to open up new conversations.

Expected Outcomes:
1. Test methodology of food ways (cooking together)
2. Joint visions for future development trajectories in the Pamirs, documented by a local artist (community keeps painting)
3. Uncovering what endogenous development patterns look like, and how they are similar to, or differ from, other development visions in the Pamirs.

Project facts

Tajikistan

Pamirs

2016

Submitted by:

Jamila Haider

Project leader

How to cite this page:

Jamila Haider

Pamiri Futures

Resources

Haider J, Boonstra W, Akobirshoeva A, Schlüter M, 2019. Effects of development interventions on biocultural diversity: a case study from the Pamir Mountains. Agriculture and Human Values

Project images

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Yorali Berdov

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Jamila Haider

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Yorali Berdov

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CONTACT

Jan Kuiper

Stockholm Resilience Centre

Stockholm University

www.stockholmresilience.org 

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