The African Journal of Ethnobiology® is an interdisciplinary publication. It provides a fora for well thought out scientific research articles, books and audiovisual reviews, reports, comments and academic oriented advertisements. We mainly focus on botanical,ethnobiological,culture,environment and biodiversity theory and practices in and about Africa.
The aim of the journal is to record and make available recent developments in Human development,environment,ethnobotany, science,social sciences theory, methodology, research, policy analysis and the application of these knowledge in understanding and alleviating physical, social, psychological, spiritual, cultural and development challenges facing Africa.
Articles will normally appear in English. However, an English translation abstract of an article written in an alternative language should accompany such an article.
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Patrick Omari BA.(Moi University), MSc.(University of Kent)
The Editorial Board
Jacob Ole Miaron (CBS) DVM. Wroclaw academy of Agriculture, Poland,M.Sc.(University of Alberta, Canada),Ph.D.(University of Alberta, Canada).
Dr. Miaron is currently the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of State for Heritage and Culture, Office of the Vice President
He previously was chairman of the Department of Veterinary Physiology at the University of Nairobi. He is a member in Kenya National Academy of Sciences,
International Association for the study of pain(Kenya chapter), Kenya Physiological Society and the Kenya Veterinary Association.
He has contributed to international publications and more than 38 publications.
Professor. Joshua J. Akong'a B.A (Nairobi), C.Phil., Ph.D. (University of California, San Diego).
Prof.Akonga is a former head of Department of Anthropology and Dean of the School of Arts and Social Sciences Moi University, author and supervisor of dozens of Masters and PhD students.
Stephen Mogere BSc. (Egerton University), MSc. (Moi University)
Steve is a lecturer Dept of Public Health, Kenyatta University and is completing his PhD in the same university.
Steve is also a consultant in Monitoring and Evaluations engaged in inter-governmental projects.
Doris Mutta (PhD) University of Strathclyde
Dr. Mutta works for the UN and is a former Centre Director at Kenya Forestry Research Institute-KEFRI
Doris has published many papers on plant conservation, traditional medicine and traditional ecological knowledge.
Editorial Associates;West Africa
- Dr. Anthony Annan-Prah
- School of Agriculture
- University of Cape Coast
- Cape Coast
- Ebenezer Gyamera
- Department of Animal Science
- School of Agriculture University of Cape Coast
Editorial Associates; East Africa
- Dr Jafari R Kideghesho
- Department of Wildlife Management
- Sokoine University of Agriculture
- Dr. James Mwangi Kinyanjui-BSc,MSc,PhD
- Stalin Kibet-BSc,MPil
- National Herbarium