African Evaluation Journal: Call for Articles, Peer Reviewers on Health

African Evaluation Journal: Call for Articles, Peer Reviewers on Health

 {Photo credit: Todd Shapera}Gisenyi District Hospital, Rwanda.Photo credit: Todd Shapera

The African Evaluation Journal (AEJ), the official journal for the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA), is calling for articles and peer reviewers for the special AEJ edition “Health Evaluations in Africa.” This process presents an exciting opportunity to participate in Africa’s contribution to the internationally-declared 2015 Year of Evaluation

Articles must focus on evaluations of the health sector in Africa, have at least one author who is an African national or based in Africa, and be written in English or French. According to AEJ:

Priority will be given to health evaluations contributing to or involving: policy development or policy change, health system strengthening, and/or integration of the health sector with other sectors.

Please download the article submission form (PDF), or click here to be a volunteer peer reviewer (PDF). Forms and articles must be received by February 23, 2015.

This special edition is sponsored by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) through the Management Sciences for Health (MSH)-led project, African Strategies for Health (ASH), in collaboration with Khulisa Management Services. AEJ publishes one issue per year.

 

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