About the Journal

EAJSTI is a multidisciplinary journal, which publishes original research of relevance to the EAC, covering science, technology and Innovation applications for development. Its goal is to enhance, advance and disseminate scientific, technological and innovative knowledge that supports East African regional development.


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Current Issue

Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021): Volume 3 Issue 1

Published: 2021-12-17

Articles

Molecular detection of Campylobacter species from human and cattle faecal samples in Kilosa District, Tanzania

Noel Gahamanyi, Leonard E.G. Mboera, Mecky I. Matee, Dieudonné Mutangana, Raghavendra G. Amachawadi, Kye-Yoon Yoon, Mr. Humphrey , Cheol-Ho Pan, Erick V.G. Komba

Seroprevalence and risk factors of Neospora caninum and Bovine Viral Diarrhoea Virus in smallholder dairy cattle in Kenya

John VanLeeuwen, Joan Muraya, George Gitau, Dennis Makau, Bronwyn Crane, Shawn McKenna, Jeff Wichtel
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Who We Are

The East African Journal of Science, Technology and Innovation (EAJSTI) is an open access, peer reviewed, multidisciplinary journal, which publishes original research of relevance to the EAC, covering science, technology and innovation applications for development.

The Journal publishes articles on a wide range of thematic areas including;

1. Agriculture, Food Security and Rural Development

2. Health and wellbeing

3. Natural Resources and Environment

4. Infrastructure

5. Energy and Industrial Development

6. Information Communication Technology (ICT) and

7. Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).

Indexing

EAJSTI is currently indexed by CAB Abstracts and/or Global Health database. CAB International is a not-for-profit, international treaty organization, dedicated to the dissemination of scientific knowledge. It produces two abstract databases in the applied life sciences: CAB Abstracts (agriculture, crop science, natural resources, animal and human sciences) and Global Health (dedicated to public health, food science and nutrition). The organization has a long-established reputation in the applied life sciences, having begun indexing scientific literature in 1913. This extensive archive is currently being made available in electronic form.

They promote the visibility of the indexed journal to global users of the databases worldwide. The CAB Abstracts and Global Health databases are used to identify relevant literature by Government and International agencies, academic institutions and commercial organizations worldwide. Global users of the databases can easily alert themselves to relevant articles in their area of interest, which in turn results in them acquiring the full text from the original source. https://www.cabi.org/publishing-products/cab-abstracts/