CONFERENCES & SEMINARS

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CONFERENCES AND SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

Akama, J. S. 1993.Conflicting Attitudes towards State Conservation Programmes in Kenya.Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the African Studies Association, Boston, USA. December, 1993.

 Akama, J. S. 1994.Evoloution of National Parks in Kenya.Staff Seminar, Department of Toursim, Moi University, Kenya, MUDOT 16/1993/94 (26th August, 1994)

Akama, J. S. 1995.Tourism Development in Kenya.Staff Seminar, Department of Tourism, Moi University, Kenya, MUDOT 2/1994/95 (25th May, 1995)

Akama, J. S. 1995.The Introduction of Game Ranching in the Tsavo Ecosystem.Staff Seminar, Department of Tourism, Moi University, Kenya, MUDOT 10/1994/95 (20th July, 1995).

Akama, J. S. 1995.Tourism and Wildlife Management in Kenya and the Marginalization of the Masaai.Staff Seminar, Department of Tourism, Moi University, Kenya, MUDOT 3/1995/96 (28th September, 1995).

Akama, J. S. 1996.Domestic Tourism and Nation-Building in Kenya.Staff Seminar, Department of Tourism, Moi University, Kenya, MUDOT 12/1995/96 (7TH June, 1996).

Akama, J. S. 1997.The Marketing of Kenya as a Tourist Destination.Staff Seminar, Department of Tourism, Moi University, MUDOT 3/1996/1997 (10th April, 1997).

Akama, J.S.1998.Tourism and Socio-Economic Development in Kenya.Moi University Department of Tourism, Wageningen University and Research Centre and Christelijke Hoge School Noord Netherland, Curriculum and Thematic Workshops at Mombasa, Kenya (7th to 20th December, 1998).

Akama, J. S.2000.The Maasai Image and the Development of Tourism in Kenya.ATLAS Africa Conference at Mombasa, Kenya (13- 16thDecember, 2000).

Akama, J.S.2000.The Development of Cultural Tourism in Kenya.A Case Study of Bomas Cultural Centre.ATLAS Africa Conference at Mombasa, Kenya (13- 16th December, 2000).

Akama, J.S.2002:Tourism Development in Kenya:Can it be Made Sustainable?A Case Study of Mombasa Resort Town.ATLAS Annual Conference at Estoril, Portugal (14th – 16th November, 2002).

Akama, J.S.2002:The Efficacy of Tourism as a Tool for Socio-economic Development in Kenya.African Studies Association 45th Annual Conference at Washington, DC (5th – 8th December, 2002).

Akama, J.S.2003.Tourism and Sustainable Local Community Development:A Case Study of Mombasa.ATLAS Africa Conference at Arusha, Tanzania (20th – 22nd, February, 2003).

Akama, J.S.2005.Community Based Wetland Resource Utilization for Poverty Reduction and Environmental Conservation through Ecotourism Development in the Lake Victoria Region, Inter-University Council for East Africa Conference at Arusha, Tanzania 17th – 20thMay, 2005.

Akama, J. S. 2005.Efficacy of Tourism as a Tool for Sustainable Local community Development in Kenya.Claude Ake Alumni Conference at Port Harcourt Nigeria. 6th – 9th July, 2005.

Akama, J.S.2011.Small Scale Tourism Enterprises and Community Development in Kenya’s North Rift Region.ATLAS Conference on Sustainable Tourism and Community Development, Kampala, Uganda, 5th June, 2011 – 12th June, 2011.

WORKSHOPS

University Exhibition Workshop, Kakamega, Kenya, 18th March – 19th March, 2011.

University Presidents from Developing Countries 2001, Nanchang University, People’s Republic of China, 1st May 2011 – 21st May, 2011.

Performance Contracting Negotiations and Vetting, the Ministry of Higher Education, 14th July – 16th July, 2011.

Exhibition in Meru, Kenya, 14th – 18th March, 2012.

Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology Workshop on the Draft Universities Bill, 2012, at the Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort, Naivasha, 15th April, 2012.

National Science Foundation Workshop on Enhancing Understanding of Challenges and Opportunities in National Innovation and Knowledge-Based Economic Management Systems, Nairobi, Kenya, 7th May – 11th May, 2012.