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[afro-nets] African Journal of Reproductive Health (AJRH) is No.1

  • From: Mike Uwagbae <mikeuwagbae@wharc.org>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 07:56:45 -0400

African Journal of Reproductive Health (AJRH) is No.1

Hello all,

We are glad to inform you that our journal African Journal of
Reproductive Health (AJRH) has done it again!

On the Tuesday 14th of June 2005 on page 9 in the Punch Newspa-
per of Nigeria, it was reported that based on entry of all
scholarly journals in Nigeria for assessment by the NATIONAL
UNIVERSITIES COMMISSION (NUC), who assess journals in Nigeria
published by both public and private institutions and other bod-

It was reported that "The best-ranked journal is African Journal
of Reproductive Health published by a Non-governmental organiza-
tion, the Women's Health and Action Research Centre, Benin
City". It was reported that African Journal of Reproductive
Health was the best-ranked Nigeria journal that met Interna-
tional Standard out of the 138 journals submitted for assess-

African Journal of Reproductive Health has a strong and growing
penetration within the African continent and beyond, also AJRH
is the foremost African journal devoted EXCLUSIVELY to reproduc-
tive health and closely related subjects. It provides much-
needed timely information on reproductive health. It is an in-
ternational, indispensable resource journal published for all
leading reproductive health professionals. AJRH features origi-
nal research, comprehensive review articles, short reports, and
commentaries on reproductive heath in Africa. AJRH is reader-
friendly resource providing a powerful, broad-based perspective
on the most important advances in reproductive health within the
African continent. It is targeted specifically toward reproduc-
tive health specialists within and outside Africa.

Pertaining to its spread, The African Journal of Reproductive
Health (AJRH) has excellent penetration in Africa, Europe,
United States of America, Asia and the world at large, African
Journal of Reproductive Health (AJRH) is read in the following
countries: Ghana, Congo Angola, Zimbabwe, Benin, Cote d'Ivoire,
Congo, Zambia, Gabon, Nigeria, Morocco, Guinea, Liberia, Sene-
gal, Malawi, Sudan, Togo, Mali, South Africa, Cameroon, Uganda,
Italy, Netherlands, Scotland, Spain, France, England, Portugal,
Russia, Sweden, Norway, Ireland Republic, Denmark, Wales, North-
ern Ireland, Canada, USA, Mexico, Singapore, India, Malaysia,
China PR, Japan and Korea Republic. AJRH has strong and growing
penetration in institutional, public, and private libraries in
Kenya, Tanzania, Swaziland, Botswana, Namibia, Germany, Austra-
lia, and New Zealand.

This peer-reviewed journal puts every aspect of reproductive
health under one cover. It focuses on research findings in major
developments within the field of reproductive health in Africa,
saving hours of reading time. Not subscribing to the Journal is
missing the latest issues on reproductive health in Africa. It
is author friendly as articles submitted by authors are without
a fee (free of charge). Why not take the opportunity to publish
in the journal and explore the vast opportunity we offer.

So take this opportunity and subscribe to the journal.


Due to its devoted exclusiveness on reproductive health and re-
lated subjects and its powerful, broad-based perspective on the
most important advances in reproductive health throughout the
African continent, the Ford Foundation funds the Journal produc-

It is the ONLY journal in Africa EXCLUSIVELY devoted to all as-
pects of reproductive health.

It has a bilingual status - All Abstracts, Table of Contents
(TOC) and Information for authors are in English language and

Peer Review System:
(a) Articles for publication are reviewed around the world by
specialists in various aspects of reproductive health.

(b) The journal operates a Double Blind review system.

The journal AJRH is geared towards leading professionals who in-
clude physicians, public health workers, advanced practice cli-
nicians (nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, and physician as-
sistants), researchers, educators, social scientists, pharma-
cists, and other professionals in reproductive health.

For more information about the AJRH see:

For more information on WHARC commitment to publishing, please
visit: http://www.wharc.org/publications/

Mike Uwagbae