Journal of Victimology and Victim Support in Africa (JOVICSA) is a peer-reviewed journal focuses on contemporary Victimology discourse resulting from criminal activities, historical injustices, environmental issues, victimization resulting from more victims of pandemics, rape and gender violence, societal injustices, education, victims, insecurity and terror attacks, leadership in various spaces, relation between citizens and police forces, religion and its victims, technology, mental health, suicide tendencies, elderly abuse, delayed criminal justice, forensic investigation, political violence, privacy and intrusions, public safety, terrorism and counterterrorism, migration and displacement and other areas of interest.
Creations in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Journal is an annual, peer-reviewed and open-access journal, which publishes research articles under the discipline of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. CiEEE publishes novel and significant ideas and theoretical aspects of science that advance new knowledge in Electrical Engineering art. CiEEE Journal is currently accepting manuscripts for publication.
The Kenya Policy Briefs presents translations of research results from universities and research institutes for a policymaker and media audience. It targets those who formulate or influence policy. The briefs seek to provide evidence-based, high quality, and practical policy recommendations directly addressing issues under each objective of Kenya’s Vision 2030 Medium Term Plan III.
Studies focused on emerging issues in project management and related disciplines with a view of mitigating project risks, delays and cost overruns as well as help researchers in identifying project related concerns shall be presented in the AJPLAM. The journal present readers with opportunities for further reflection on design, governance, financing, monitoring and evaluation and management information in projects for sustainable development.
DBA Africa Management Review : is a quarterly publication of University of Nairobi, School of Business, Nairobi, Kenya.
It is a business and management journal in various Thematic areas
- Strategic Management
- Insurance and risk management
- Marketing Management,
- International Business
- Supply Chain Management
- Financial Management
- Human resource Management
- Production and Operations Management
- Procurement Management
- Entrepreneurship and Small Business
- Public Management
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Project Communication and Perceived Project Performance:
The Mediating Influence of Individual Commitment
in Uganda’s Citizenship Projects
This paper examines the mediating influence of individual commitment on the relationship between project communication and perceived project performance. Many citizenship projects frequently fail to deliver on time, budget, specifications, and quality or do not deliver value to the public. This could be attributed to ineffective project communication and lack of individual commitment. Despite previous research contributions, no existing studies have investigated the mediating influence of individual commitment on this relationship. Thus, empirical research to corroborate these claims in this area remains anecdotal
and scanty. Based on a cross sectional data set from 322 citizenship project stakeholders in Uganda used to validate the theoretical model, findings reveal that individual commitment elements (affectivity, normative and continuance) significantly mediate the relationship
between project communication and perceived project performance. The results also suggest that affectivity and normative commitment have 2 Arthur Ahimbisibwe; Sudi Nangoli and Wilson Tusiime ORSEA Journal a stronger influence towards perceived project performance than
continuance commitment. Theoretical and practical implications are also discussed.
Welcome to the African Journal of Operations and Management Science (AJOMAS) abbreviated as Afr. j. oper. manag. sci. The AJOMAS first published its Vol. I, 2016. This journal provides a high calibre scholarly publication intent on disseminating research on business and government use of various technologies in Africa. This journal shall always attempt to archive research about Africa. It is deliberate that the focus of the journal is broad-based. The focus of the journal is thus to acquaint a broad audience of readers interested in business and management issues. Therefore, the journal aims at disseminating research whose theoretical foundations in Quality Management Decisions in Operations, Information Technology, Project Management, Procurement and Supply Chains Optimization.
AJOMAS is published quarterly the Department of Management Science of the School of Business, University of Nairobi, Kenya. It aims to publish scholarly business researches that are relevant to Kenya and the African region. It intends to highlight the practical implications in promoting better business decision making process and the formulation of the public policy in Africa. This journal publishes theoretical, conceptual and empirical papers within the broad areas of Operations, Information Technology, Project Management, Procurement and Supply Chains Optimization in Africa. All technical or research papers and research results submitted to AJOMAS should be original in nature, never previously published in any journal or presented in a conference or undergoing such process across the globe. All the submissions will be peer-reviewed by the panel of experts associated with particular field. Submitted papers should meet the internationally accepted criteria and manuscripts should follow the style of the journal for the purpose of both reviewing and editing.
The journal is devoted to the publication of articles dealing with issues of Research and Development, and Technology and Innovation in addition to basic and applied sciences research. The scope of the journal would encompass disciplines within the Basic and Applied sciences namely; Chemistry, Meteorology, Geology, Physical Geography, Physics and Mathematics.
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Journal of Pedagogy, Andragogy and Heutagogy in Academic Practice(JPAHAP); ISSN:2708-261X
Journal of Pedagogy, Andragogy and Heutagogy in Academic Practice (JPAHAP) is an indexed (ISSN:2708-261X) interdisciplinary academic journal in thefield of Academic theory and practice covering issues of faculty-centered education (pedagogy), student-centered education (andragogy) and self-directed and transformative (heutagogy) education. The journal is issued by University of Nairobi’s Centre for Pedagogy and Andragogy (CEPA) which launched on 15th September, 2015 with mandate to train academic staff in Pedagogy which include provision of knowledge and skills in the areas of curriculum development, effective teaching in higher education, incorporation of mentorship in teaching and, assessment and evaluation of learning outcome.
This JPAHAP is one of CEPA’s initiatives aimed at strengthening its mandates of providing a research platform for scientific, theoretical, empirical discussions and publications on educational academic practice issues.
An ICT Journal of 2020
The Africa Habitat Review Journal strives to impart knowledge and facilitate exchange of ideas among stakeholders in the built environment to keep abreast of new technology, research and development so that they can improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their services. Further, it is intended to enable both academicians and nonacademicians in the built environment to publish, lobby and influence policy formulation. The Journal links theory and practice in the built environment within the Kenyan, regional and International context.
- ISSN 2522 - 3186
- Area – Finance, Accounting, Auditing and Taxation
- Access - Open Access (OA)
- Frequency – Bi Monthly
- Language - English
- Review Process - Double Blinded/ Peer reviewed
- Indexing - Global
The Journal on Financing for Development developed under the leadership of Lyla Latif brings to the fore central issues around fiscal studies highlighting how and why fiscal laws and policies matter as an instrument of governmental and societal power, social change and development needs. Relatedly, it focuses on addressing concerns around socio-economic justice and sustainable development to better understand how finance can solve and mitigate these concerns. This journal presents its readers with further reflection on the interplay between socio-economic realities within national and global fiscal landscapes.
ISSN: 2664-1968 (print)
ISSN: 2789-1836 (online)
Journal Of Sustainability, Environment and Peace (JSEP) is an international, scholarly, trans-disciplinary, peer-reviewed and open access journal of sustainability of humans in the context of the environment, economics, society, governance, culture and peace (e-ISSN: 2663-4627, and CODEN: being processed). JSEP provides a platform for research communication of original, innovative works and reviews aimed at sustainability and sustainable development. It is published quarterly online by Wangari Maathai Institute for Peace and Environmental Studies. Several professions in Africa and beyond are being contacted to be affiliated with JSEP and their members will receive discounts on the article processing charge.
The East and Central African Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences is dedicated to all aspects of Pharmaceutical Sciences research and is published in English
Focus on all aspects of African women's studies both in the continent and in the diaspora. Promotes scholarship on African women in all spheres of life