The African Evaluation Journal publishes high quality peer-reviewed articles merit on any subject related to evaluation, and provide targeted information of professional interest to members of African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) and its national associations. This encompass the following aims.
To build a high quality, useful body of evaluation knowledge for development:
1. Promote original, high quality and useful research on evaluation theories and practices in Africa, for Africa, by Africans, for the benefit of development on the continent;
2. Share good practices in the evaluation of policies, interventions and organisations;
3. Encourage and draw together contributions across disciplines, professions and countries;
4. Promote meta-analyses and meta-evaluations that can accelerate learning and improve practice.
An official publication of the African Evaluation Association (Ghana).