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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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’.
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