The African Journal Partnership Project (AJPP) is a program that partners African health and medical journals with leading journals published in the United States and the United Kingdom. The goal of the program is to strengthen the African health and medical journals so that they can be accepted into MEDLINE, resulting in African health and medical research being available to the world. The premise behind the project is that valuable research is being carried out in endemic countries but is not often available to a wider international audience.
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Group Photo from the 2013 Annual Meeting in Accra, Ghana.
2013 Agenda [May 19, 2013]
Fourth Optional Year AJPP Contract, Third Quarterly Update [April 12, 2013]
2013 Evaluation of the African Journals Partnership Project [March 27, 2013]
Increasing the Quality and Timeliness of Scholarly Peer Review [April 22, 2013]
Top 5 Best Practices for Advancing your Editorial Office [April 22, 2013]
Voices of Change [January 24, 2013]