We publish original scientific studies, comments on currents health initiatives, project and work reports, personal experiences, reviews of current health initiatives, educational articles and paper commenting on clinical, social, political, economical and all other factors affecting health. We are particularly interested in receiving articles and comments reflecting the point of view and experience of professionals working in Africa related to the impact of currents public health initiatives on their daily routine. The Journal is available online here: www.panafrican-med-journal.com/
Perspectives in Education (PiE) is is a fully open access journal, which means that all articles are freely available on the internet immediately upon publication. PiE is also a professional, peer-reviewed journal that encourages the submission of previously unpublished articles on contemporary educational issues. As a journal that represents a variety of cross-disciplinary interests, both theoretical and practical, it seeks to stimulate debate on a wide range of topics. PiE invites manuscripts employing innovative qualitative and quantitative methods and approaches including (but not limited to), ethnographic observation and interviewing, grounded theory, life history, case study, curriculum analysis and critique, policy studies, ethno-methodology, social and educational critique, phenomenology, deconstruction, and genealogy.
Debates on epistemology, methodology or ethics, from a range of perspectives including post-positivism, interpretivism, constructivism, critical theory, feminism and post-modernism are also invited. PiE seeks to stimulate important dialogue and intellectual exchange on education and democratic transition with respect to schools, colleges, non-governmental organisations, universities and universities of technology in South Africa and beyond.
Other sites related to this journal: https://journals.ufs.ac.za/index.php/pie/index
Philosophical Papers is a generalist journal of philosophy edited in the Department of Philosophy at Rhodes University. The journal appears three times a year; the November issue of every year is topic-based and guest-edited.The journal is published by Routledge (Taylor & Francis). Information regarding submissions, subscriptions, and calls for papers, can be found on the Routledge website: www.informaworld.com/rppa
Plant Products Research Journal publishes papers of merit on all aspects of plant biology, particularly Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Ethnobiology, Plant micro-organism interaction, Biotechnology, Development and conservation.
PAJBM is a bi-annual and a peer-reviewed open-access journal that focuses on promoting research publications and the dissemination of research findings undertaken by Africans and international scholars from business and management-related disciplines. PAJBM is committed to publishing scholarly articles that have a high impact on the business and management fields as a whole. The journal is devoted to the improvement and further development of theories & practices of business and it is designed to appeal to academics, practising managers and policy makers. The journal accepts original research, theoretical papers, research reports that cover programs and innovations throughout the international community. The journal also addresses Wide subjects that are crucial to the business and management fields, including but not limited to: marketing, economics, entrepreneurship, human resources, project management, management of natural resources, accounting, finance, tourism management issues, education management issues, legal issues in business, social-cultural & business concepts, transport and logistics as well as general management issues.
Port Harcourt Medical Journal's objectives are to disseminate medical information from the College of Health Sciences, University of Port Harcourt and the rest of the national and international medical community; act as a medium for the articulation of research and findings from same as well as proceedings of medical conferences of professional societies among the national and international medical community; and promote cooperation among medical scientists world wide.
PanAfrican Journal of Governance and Development (PJGD) is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal of Jimma University that publishes editorials, research articles, book reviews, commentaries and notes. PJGD offers a platform of expression of new scientific enquiries to intellectuals of the world in general and Africa & Ethiopia in particular to reflect on how governance and development can be promoted, strengthened and consolidated. The biannual edition is published in February and August of each year only in English language. PJGD is APC Free Journal.
PJGD accepts the scientific works focused on the diversified areas of Governance and Development drawn from multiple disciplines of Political Science and International Relations, Public Management, Leadership, Development Economics, Environmental Governance, Peace and Conflict, Human Rights, National and International Law, Globalization, Public Policy, Regional and International Organizations, Gender, Peace and Conflict Management, International Political Economy, Multiculturalism, Civil Society, and related areas.
Aim: The PAMJ One Health was created to highlight the rich output of One Health practice across Africa and beyond. Scope: We publish articles showcasing and advancing One Health practice and research in Africa and beyond. We welcome articles in the following areas of research: zoonotic diseases, antibiotic resistance, food safety, food security, vector-borne diseases, environmental health, chronic diseases, mental health, occupational health, etc.
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Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad
PELJ/PER publishes contributions relevant to development in the South African constitutional state. This means that most contributions will concern some aspect of constitutionalism or legal development. The fact that the South African constitutional state is the focus, does not limit the content of PELJ/PER to the South African legal system, since development law and constitutionalism are excellent themes for comparative work. Contributions on any aspect or discipline of the law are welcomed, as long as the main themes are addressed.
The Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal/Potchefstroomse Elektroniese Regsblad PELJ/PER can now be found at http://journals.assaf.org.za/per/index
Papers in Education and Development (PED) is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the analysis of educational problems and issues from a multidisciplinary point of view. Contributions are invited from authors in a variety of academic disciplines whose work has significant implications for educational policy and/or practice both in Sub-Saharan Africa and beyond. The journal is published twice a year. The Editorial Board accepts research-based analytical papers, original research reports, book reviews and short communications.
Other websites associated with this journal: https://journals.udsm.ac.tz/index.php/ped
People Centred – The Journal of Development Administration
The Journal of Development Administration (JDA) publishes papers that have implications for development globally but with a focus on African development. The journal is people centred because we believe in people centric approaches to development. This is development with a human face. By putting people at the centre of development, practitioners, governments and agencies have greater chances of taking people out of poverty. This bottom-up approach to understanding poverty, planning against it and implementing poverty reduction strategies is seen as the best recipe for development.
The Journal considers articles from a wide variety of interest areas and from a wide spectrum of disciplines. The editor works with an editorial team from across the globe derived from development sectors mainly in the social sciences. Specific areas covered include but are not limited to development management; resource mobilisation and fundraising; inclusive development; sustainable development; disability and development; gender and development; poverty; sustainable development; social services and development; human development; HIV/AIDS; child development; counselling; rural development; governance; disaster management; agriculture and livelihoods; and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).
The Journal accepts manuscripts in the form of original research reports, research summaries, book reviews, literature review articles including systematic reviews, think pieces, reports of practice and original frameworks. Other forms of papers may be published at the discretion of the Editor.
Other websites associated with this journal: https://africasocialwork.net/jda-current-and-past-issues/
The regular edition of the journal is a multi-disciplinary publication, with the primary objective of disseminating original research, systematic reviews, and meta-analysis in all STEM disciplines, especially those that address national and regional developmental challenges. The journal publishes articles that are based on deep-seated formative research using large and multi-center datasets that lead to a better understanding of the context of science related developmental challenges in various disciplines, and that identify appropriate pathways for accomplishing change. Submissions of papers based on intervention research that focus on experimental and quasi-experimental designs are also encouraged.
The journal's themed edition will focus on specific developmental challenges in Nigeria and the African region, which can be resolved by the strategic re-positioning of science and its components. We firmly believe that one of the draw-backs that configures Africa’s developmental nightmare is the low use and poor infiltration of science into various elements of development. We believe that PNgAS can play a significant role in encouraging specific considerations of scientific principles in the formulation of policies and programs in the region.
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