Call for Peer Reviewers: African Evaluation Journal Due February 23!

The African Evaluation Journal (AEJ), the official Journal for the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA), is looking for senior evaluation practitioners and academics with evaluation experience to participate in an exciting opportunity to review articles for the AEJ special edition on “Health Evaluations in Africa” .  This edition is AfrEA’s and AEJ’s contribution to the 2015 Year of Evaluation.

The two stage review process includes the following: Stage 1: review articles and provide feedback and mentoring to authors. Stage 2: participate in a blind peer review of articles. Peer Reviewers should have: a Masters or PhD degree, published numerous articles, mentoring or peer review experience, and health evaluation experience.

If you are interested, please send your 2 page CV to by 23 February 2015.

Once shortlisted, you will be asked to register on the AEJ website as a peer reviewer. The AOSIS Online Journal system allows for streamlined communication between editors, peer reviewers and authors, making for an efficient peer reviewing experience.

Submission of your CV does not assure inclusion as a peer reviewer for this journal. If selected, the peer reviewer will be required to work with authors and editors within the designated timeframe to produce a high quality article suitable for publishing.

This special edition is sponsored by USAID through its African Strategies for Health (ASH) project and is implemented by Management Sciences for Health in collaboration with Khulisa Management Services.