1st Joint International Scientific Conference

Welcome to the 1st Joint International Scientific Conference

The National Museums of Kenya (NMK), in collaboration with the Association of Kenyan Entomologists (AKE), is delighted to announce the inaugural Joint International Scientific Conference scheduled to take place from 3rd to 6th June, 2024, at the National Museums of Kenya (NMK) headquarters in Nairobi. This pioneering event brings together esteemed scientists, researchers and Industry experts from around the world to explore and deliberate on the theme: “Utilization of Biological Resources for Sustainable Development, Nature Conservation, and Climate Resilience’’.

The conference highlight will include Keynote Addresses, Panel Discussions, Oral and Poster Paper Presentations, Workshops and Training Sessions, Exhibitions, Excursions and Networking Opportunities. The conference will be followed by Practical Training Sessions from 6th to 7th June, 2024, to be held at the same venue.

Conference Program Overview

As stewards of our Natural heritage, we recognize the critical role that biological resources play in shaping the path towards sustainable development, fostering nature conservation, and building resilience to the challenges posed by a changing climate. The conference aims to be a nexus of ideas, knowledge, and collaboration, providing a platform for participants to engage in insightful discussions, share groundbreaking research, and forge connections that transcend borders. The National Museums of Kenya and the Association of Kenyan Entomologists (AKE) look forward to hosting participants from around the globe to this enriching and collaborative event.

1st Joint International Scientific Conference

"Utilization of biological resources for sustainable development, nature conservation, and climate resilience"


Scientific Conference Sub Themes

Engage in discussions on various sub-themes ranging from systematics and ecology to climate change and biodiversity management.

  • Systematics, Biogeography, Ecology, Physiology, & Conservation
  • Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Culture, and Art
  • Climate Change, Ecosystems, and Heritage Management
  • Innovations in Nature-Based Enterprises
  • Management of Invasive Species
  • Climate-Smart Agriculture and Food Security
  • Conserving Pollinators
  • One Health Concept
  • Technologies in Biodiversity Management
  • Biological Resource Management
  • Policies in Research and Development

Why Attend:

  • Gain insights from leading experts
  • Present and discuss your research findings
  • Network with professionals and peers
  • Contribute to the global dialogue on sustainable development, nature conservation, and climate resilience

Join Us

We invite scientists, researchers, Industry experts, policymakers, students, Conservationists, enthusiasts, and nature lovers to be part of this landmark event. Together, let us explore the potential of biological resources in shaping a sustainable and resilient future for our planet.

Officially Hosted by

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