Prof. Jesse Njoka and the team from Colorado State University that is organizing the Fifth international Pathways Conference
CSDES has partnered with Colorado State University and the Center for Collaborative Conservation to develop a center that transforms higher education and creates relevant action research that builds human and institutional capacity for sustaining and improving the ecosystems and human livelihoods in Kenya. Some of the Center activities include mainstreaming dryland issues in academic curricula review, short courses for skill building in dryland development and recruitment of Center interns among others. The center will also award short fellowships and grants for students and interns as well as faculty to work on needs-driven research for development on a competitive basis.
At the Pathways Kenya Conference, the core agenda will be explore human-wildlife conflict and coexistence, wildlife governance, ONE Health and many other timely human dimensions of fisheries and wildlife management topics.
Click to find Pathways 2016 Program
DATE OF CONFERENCE: JANUARY 10-13, 2016
VENUE: FAIRMONT MOUNT KENYA SAFARI CLUB, NANYUKI, KENYA
Other information available on Pathways Kenya 2016
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