About us

The East African JRS Biodiversity is a project aimed at advancing the implementation of the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation (GSPC) in Kenyan, Tanzania and Uganda by establishing a baseline for further investment in biodiversity informatics. Read More

What we do

The East African Biodiversity Informatics project’s focuses on establishing a baseline for further investment in biodiversity data as a key to its conservation and sustainable use and development in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Read More


Taxonomy and Biodiversity

A major constraint to implementation within the region is the inadequate knowledge and information on plant biodiversity. The East African JRS project responds to this identified need by focusing on the provision of three types of primary data- information on taxonomy, biodiversity status and usage. Read more

Other Partners

  1. Global Biodiversity Information Facilitywww.gbif.org
  2. FRLHT - Foundation for Revitalisation of Local Health Traditions www.frlht.org.in  
  3. BioNET International
  4. Instituto Nacional de Biodiversidad-INBio