In order to facilitate entomological research, plus ecological education on this subject, as far as I know, the biggest deficit is on the managerial-organizational level. In addition, there is a limited issue of poor financial resources, but the priority issue that blocks progress is related to general management; that is, by outlining (or not…) existing human expertise, interpersonal relationships, logistics… which all exist somehow disparate, but one has to combine them in a functional way. It is a kind of management of research and researchers, something that is not taught in any faculty; and experts take care of their business - their infinitesimal specialty - so you can't rely on them like that. There is a niche and an opportunity here that can bring benefits to knowledge management.
A coherent approach would mean creating a database with researchers who can discuss,entomologists specializing in different systematic groups, having preliminary discussions with them, agreeing on ways to cooperate, etc. At the same time, the approach of some universities, more specifically of the faculties of biology / ecology / sciences, etc.… drawing some variants for the development of summer practices - can be of interest. However, it is essential that the topics be clarified in advance, because in this area, especially the bureaucratic one, there is a cruel inertia. Although there will be a million problems and failures, the combination of entomological researchers in this country and in other countries, natural science students, people passionate about nature… can give a successful amalgam. The greater the disaster in research in this geographical area, the way in which the intellectual elites interested in knowledge have been impoverished and degraded, and some simple local facilities can make the difference between conducting research programs versus the total non-existence of research. their.