THE EAST AFRICAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED HEALTH MONITORING AND EVALUATION IS AN EXCITING NEW ACADEMIC AND PUBLIC HEALTH JOURNAL THAT PROVIDES A MEDIUM THROUGH WHICH M&E CONTENT AND APPLIED M&E EXPERIENCES CAN BE SHARED.
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.
EAJAHME focuses specifically on applied Monitoring and Evaluation, making a variety of M&E-related publications available in one place.
EAJAHME focuses on East Africa, making local research available across the region and the globe.
EAJAHME publishes manuscripts online as soon as they meet the rigorous standards set by the journal. No need to wait for the next issue to come out.
EAJAHME maintains rigorous standards for quality. All published articles undergo a rigorous, double-blind peer review process prior to publication.
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.
All inquiries can be sent via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
IN COLLABORATION WITH
The Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children.