Academic Mobility and Brain Drain: A Kenyan (East African) perspective Paper presented at the Access to Success: Fostering Trust and Exchange between Europe and Africa La Palm Beach Hotel Accra, Ghana; 3 – 4 May ,2010ByBarack O. Owuor, PhDAssociate Professor of Plant breeding andDirector,International relations and partnerships Maseno UniversityP. O. Private Bag,[email protected]
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In other contexts, Academic staff mobility while retaining some of the objectives listed above tends to place emphasis on cultural exchange and relevance of local circumstances.
This approach stems from an appreciation that traditional knowledge, for long ignored, need to broaden our perceptions on natural resources; increasingly being recognized as ‘ecological civilization’.
years ), like many of the countries in the East African region,, paints a grim picture of brain drain
Thank you early 1980’s each of the three East African Countries embraced different education policies