African Researchers Magazine (ISSN: 2714-2787) is an authoritative, non-profit, scholarly publication focused on African research communication and dissemination. Our goal is to promote African research findings and contribution to end users (governments, policies makers, practitioners, professionals, academics, business people, NGOs and the laymen on the streets of Africa), thereby influencing decision making for the greater good of the continent.
AR Mission Statement:
*To translate African research findings into simple usable resource that addresses the actual needs of the African people.
AR Problem Statement:
*The current trend in the utilization of African research findings needs urgent attention. To a large extent, most of her findings are only appreciated and consumed within the academic and research community. Her findings are under-utilized by the government and its agencies, policies makers, practitioners, professionals, business people, NGOs and laymen on the streets the of continent. Africa has learned to rely on foreign research results instead of hers. Her research efforts are overlooked globally as inferior with little or no value. Her findings are poorly communicated and made inapplicable in solving her problems and those of her children. Her research is only known for “Literary Citations” within scholarly publications. If we most revert this ugly and unfortunate trend; all stakeholders’ hands must be on deck for a collaborative solution.
African Researchers Magazine boast of well-trained professional “Research Journalists” who go into the field to uncover the continents’ hidden talents; researchers and scientists, showcasing their research, findings and experiences to the world at large.
African Researchers (AR) is an authoritative international, open access, quarterly, peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary academic research magazine; publishing the latest African research news and, profiling African researchers and their innovative research works, thereby accelerating the dissemination of African research through the international scholarly community.
The magazine publish both Peer-reviewed (AR Research, AR Reviews, AR Short Reports, AR Case Studies, AR Letters to the Editor, AR Editorials, AR Focus, AR Perspectives and AR Commentaries) and Non peer-reviewed (AR News, AR Stories and AR Interviews) materials.
With the current trend in international collaboration among African research communities and among researchers; resulting in ground-breaking researches, there is a growing need for research audience beyond the scholarly community. It has never been more pertinent for African researchers, communities, scholars and the general public to keep abreast with the latest developments in African research fields. African Researchers Magazine is an authoritative scholarly magazine, dedicated to providing such coverage. Supported by some the continents’ most experienced researchers and research journalists, AR Magazine targets societal policy makers, stakeholders, the public and research lovers in Africa and the world at large. It is currently offering a monthly email newsletter with access to African research news – free of charge. Grab this opportunity and be updated with the current trends of African research today!
About the Magazine
• Magazine Title: African Researchers
• Magazine Acronym: AR
• Magazine ISSN: 2714-2787
• Country of Publication: Nigeria
• Publication Coverage: International
• Frequency: Quarterly
• Issue Months: March, June, September and December
• Publication Charges: FREE
• Review Type: Double blinded peer-review
• Review Duration: 1-2months per article
• Review Rounds: 2-3 per article
• Open Access: Yes
• Licence: Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0
• Language: English
• Scope: All research areas with focus on Africa. Areas includes but not limited to agricultural science, biological sciences, business research, education, engineering, environmental research, health sciences, technology, pharmaceutical sciences, social sciences, medical sciences, physical sciences and other research disciplines.