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 The African Evaluation Journal publishes high quality peer-reviewed articles of merit on any subject related to evaluation, and provide targeted information of professional interest to members of AfrEA and its national associations and evaluators across the globe. This encompass the following aims:
  • To build a high quality, useful body of evaluation knowledge for development.
  • To develop a culture of peer-reviewed publication in African evaluation.
  • To stimulate Africa-oriented knowledge networks and collaborative efforts.
  • To strengthen the African voice in evaluation.

Editor-in-Chief: Mark Abrahams, Senior Consultant, Southern Hemisphere Consulting and Development Services, South Africa

Associate Editors:

  • Florence Etta, TY Danjuma Foundation, Nigeria
  • Kambidima Wotela, WITS School of Governance (WSG), South Africa
  • Michele Tarsilla, International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS), South Africa

Affiliation: African Evaluation Association (Ghana).

Special edition published

Read the CLEAR-AA special edition: ‘Evaluation Capacity Development: Methods Made in Africa'.
2017-07-24

Now accredited with DHET - 2017

It is our pleasure to announce that the African Evaluation Journal has been accredited by DHET with effect 1 January 2017. All articles published from this date shall qualify for subsidy by the DHET.  The journal has also achieved indexing in Scopus (Elsevier). View the indexing services where the journal is listed here. 2017-03-01

Latest articles

 
Special Issue: CLEAR Editorial
Editorial
Mark Abrahams, Florence Etta, Kambidima Wotela
Vol 5, No 1 (2017), 2 pages
 
Published: 2017-07-24

 
Special Issue: CLEAR
Application of game theory and new institutional economics in establishing a National Voluntary Organisation for Professional Evaluation in Nigeria
Denis Jobin, Zachary Lawal
Vol 5, No 1 (2017), 10 pages
 
Published: 2017-07-24

 
Special Issue: CLEAR
The search for a method to unpack urban complexity: Case study of the City of Johannesburg
Lewis Ndhlovu, Laila Smith, Stephen Narsoo
Vol 5, No 1 (2017), 11 pages
 
Published: 2017-07-24

 
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ISSN: 2310-4988 (print) | ISSN: 2306-5133 (online)

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