The journal will seek to involve scholars and public health practitioners from Tanzania, East Africa and beyond, with the following aims:

 • To build a high quality body of knowledge around health-related M&E in the East African context.
• To contribute to a culture of peer-reviewed publication focused on applied health M&E in the East African context.
• To strengthen the drive to use data for decision making in the health sector in East Africa.
• To encourage the sharing of best practices and lessons learned in health M&E and development.

The journal will accept original, high quality articles focusing on applied experiences of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in the health sector in Africa, with a particular focus on East Africa, as well as articles based on health-related M&E experiences from outside of Africa but which will provide useful comparative lessons. All EAJAHME articles will be freely available online.

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Journal Identifiers

eISSN: 2953-2663
print ISSN: 2591-6769