Biodiversity information initiatives are making large quantities of data readily available to the scientific community. These data open exciting opportunities for exploring, documenting, and understanding biodiversity worldwide.
The aim of the workshop:
To organize and agree on an Africa wide regional workshop and discuss what this means.
The regional agenda should focus on the following three points:
1. The development of a regional strategy to drive the workplan forward
The training is organised by the National Museums of Kenya and GBIF Kenya and focuses on building skills to utilise information technologies in biodiversity research and applications while developing and promoting effective use of these technologies for biodiversity conservation around in East A