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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format (Abstracts and Full Papers).
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

  • Abstracts should not be more than 300 words in English, typed in Times New Roman, Font 12 with a line spacing of 1.5 and should outline the aims, content and conclusions and include Key words (5 max), Sub-Theme, Title, Authors' Name, Affiliations, Email Address, and Telephone Number of the Corresponding author. 
  • Only authors who submit full papers will be on the presenters' programme.
  • Full papers of 3000-4000 words(5-6 pages)should be prepared in Times New Roman Font 12 and spacing 1.5.
  • Experimental Papers: These should include a cover page with the Title of the paper, Authors and Affiliation Details, Abstract (max. 300 words), Key words(5max),Introduction, Materials& Methods,Results and Discussion,Conclusion,Acknowledgements andReferences.
  • Theoretical/ Review Papers: These should include a cover page with Title of the Paper, Authors and Affiliation Details, Abstract (max. 300 words), Key words (5 max), Introduction, Literature Review, Theoretical Analysis, Application, Conclusion, Acknowledgements and References.
  • Posters: A4 size ( 11.7" x 8.3") or (11.7" by 11.7") or within that aspect ratio, proportionally formatted and the submission MUST either be in PDF, Powerpoint or Publisher file formats.
  • Footnotes and References: Footnotes should be kept to a minimum, numbered consecutively and placed together at the bottom of a page. References to publications should be placed in the text in parenthesis (last name, year) and alphabetized at the end of the article in a standard recognized format.
  • Tables and Illustrations: Tables should be numbered in Roman numerals and given specific titles at the top. Tables should not be enclosed in a grid, but be given the top, bottom and subheading borders only. Other illustrations (e.g. figures) should be numbered in Arabic numerals and carry specific titles at the bottom. Tables and figures should be placed in series at the end of the paper, not in the text body. Only tables and figures referred to in the textshould be presented.
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Health Systems, Science and Technology

Papers preferred under this sub theme are those discussing innovations in universal healthcare services, global pandemic management and preparedness, modern and advanced laboratory and diagnostic techniques, chronic disease management, drug and vaccine development, one health, zoonoses, sanitation, health policy issues, science (molecular biology and biochemistry, biosciences, chemistry, physics, botany, microbiology, zoology and mathematics), engineering, computing and information technology.

Innovations in Climate Change and Natural Resource Management

Papers preferred under this sub are those discussing innovations in climate change management, ecosystem restoration, smart and green development, sustainable resource use, disaster risk reduction, resource use conflict management.

Transformative Education for Social-Economic Adaptability

The papers under this sub theme should include education and 21st century skills, education and global citizenship, Covid19 and education, education and vaccine nationalism, competency-based education as a curriculum innovation, teacher quality and students’ achievement, application of ICT in education, Goals, Policy, funding and quality of education.

Literature, History and Culture

The papers preferred under this sub theme are those discussing research outputs innovations in the following broad areas: Language and Literature, Language and Communication, Language, Identity and Culture, Literature and Gender, Nature of History, African History, Economic History, Gender and life course, Television Programming in Kenya, Online Community and Relationships, Change and People’s Daily Lives, Socio-cultural and Economic Community Needs, Kenyan traditions, Cultures and Customs, Ethnicity and Family issues,

Entrepreneurship, Business and Trade

The papers under this sub theme are on e-business, e-procurement, Business Environment during pandemics, Technology and Entrepreneurship, Macro and Micro Business Environment, Online Bookkeeping, Online Training, Virtual Business Meetings and Conferences, Business and Organizational Communication, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Business Ethics and Finance.

Transformative Agri-food Systems

Papers under this sub theme focus on broad issues such as crop production, soil management, crop protection, phytosanitary issues, postharvest losses, animal sciences, (production, health, livestock systems, nutrition, genomics and breeding), fisheries, antibiotic resistance in agricultural systems, food science and technology, food nutrition, emerging food borne pathogens, food value chains, chemicals in the food chain, food safety risk assessment, food  waste management, nutritional food losses, economic impact of food losses, agribusiness, food systems.

Resilience and Rupture in Governance and Geopolitics in Africa

The papers under this sub are those on COVID19 and other factors and their impact on governance, service delivery, policing, national security, electoral politics, countering violent extremism, radicalization and terrorism, geopolitics, regional conflicts such as maritime dispute and researchers working on social issues. Resilience of civil society organizations and community structures in the face of pandemics and disasters, dwindling support of development partners, and restrictions on social interactions and delivery of vital interventions to communities, Globalization Impacts, Social networking, e-government.

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