The Journal publishes scholarly peer-reviewed works on finance, business, economics, and development related issues, policies, theories, and problems relevant to the continent of Africa with a particular focus on Ethiopia and sub-Saharan Africa.
The disciplines for potential publication include finance, accounting, business, management, economics, cooperatives, community development, hotel and tourism, marketing management, logistics and supply chain management, and human resource management as well as blended approaches for development or synthesis of knowledge related cases.
Format of publication can be in the form of research papers, case studies, and book reviews.
Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences - AgVS - ISSN (online): 2789-2751 previously called Journal of Science and Development - JSD - ISSN (online) 2789-2123 (print): 2222-5722, is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal published by Hawassa University under the Creative Commons open access license (CC BY-NC-ND). AgVS publishes articles on a range of disciplines of agriculture and veterinary sciences including, Agricultural Biotechnology, Agribusiness, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Engineering, Agricultural Microbiology, Agricultural Extension, Agronomy, Animal Healthcare, Animal Genetics, and Breeding, Animal Nutrition, Conservation Agriculture, Forestry and Agroforestry, Horticulture, Livestock Parasitology, Livestock Production, Plant Genetics, and Breeding, Plant Protection, Post-harvest Biology and Management, Community Nutrition, Sustainable Agriculture, Poultry, Soil Science, Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology, Veterinary Clinical and Preventive Medicines, Veterinary Diagnostics, Veterinary Epidemiology, Veterinary Pathology, Veterinary Toxicology.
Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences publishes research articles, review articles, short communications, book reviews, and registry of new crop varieties. The aim of Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences is to expand knowledge in basic and applied scientific and empirical research output and development, provide access to research publications to a broad national and international readership, including researchers, practitioners, and students in agricultural and veterinary sciences. Articles are peer-reviewed by at least two referees. Reviewers will remain confidential. The Editor may reject, before submission to referees, those manuscripts that do not conform to the ‘Guide to Authors’, or that do not fall within the scope and purpose of the Journal.
East African Journal of Biophysical and Computational Sciences (EAJBCS) whose ISSN (Online): 2789-3618 and ISSN (Print): 2789-360X is a double-blind peer-reviewed open-access journal published by Hawassa University, College of Natural & Computational Sciences. This Journal is a multi and interdisciplinary journal that is devoted to attracting high-quality, latest, and valuable advancements in the fields of natural sciences. The Journal invites publications from different geographical contexts and disciplines to advance the depths of knowledge related to physics, chemistry, geology, biology, & veterinary medicine. The manuscript originated from other sciences such as biotechnology, sport science, statistics, and mathematics can also be accepted based on their adjunct nature. The Journal encourages publications of both scholarly and industrial papers on various themes with the aim of giving innovative solutions to natural sciences. It encourages the publishing of open access academic journals on a regular basis (presumably biannual). The Journal publishes original research articles, critical reviews, mini-reviews, short communications, case reports related to the specific theme & a variety of special issues in English. The Journal, published under the Creative Commons open access license (CC BY-NC-ND), doesn't charge fees for publishing an article and hence offers an opportunity to all social classes regardless of their economic statuses. This helps to promote academic research published by resource-poor researchers as a mechanism to give back to society.
The Journal publishes scholarly peer-reviewed works on social science, humanities, and development-related issues, policies, theories, and problems relevant to the continent of Africa with a focus on Ethiopia and the region. The disciplines for potential publication include Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, Geography, Governance, Development study, Tourism, Journalism, Communication, Language study, Literature, etc., and blended approaches for the development or synthesis of knowledge-related (innovative) cases. Format of publication can be in the form of reviewed articles, non-reviewed reflections, book reviews, special volume editions, and comments.
The Journal publishes high-quality scholarly open-access, peer-reviewed works on education and development-related field of studies that deal with theoretical and empirical research investigations. Ethiopian Journal of Education Studies (EJES) is published by the College of Education, Hawassa University. EJES provides a platform for the researchers, academicians, professionals, practitioners, graduate students to impart and share knowledge in the form of quality theoretical and empirical research papers, case study's, literature reviews, book reviews, short communications, policy reviews. The disciplines for potential publication in EJES may include various areas of education like; Curriculum and Instruction, Educational Leadership and Management, Educational Foundation, Adult Education and Community Development, Vocational and Higher Education, Special Needs and Inclusive Education, Early-Childhood Education, Contemporary and Cross-cutting Issues, Teachers’ Education, School Development, Educational Planning, and Policy analysis, etc., and other related social science fields of studies. The publication format may include reviewed articles, book reviews, special volume editions, and short communications.
The Journal publishes scholarly works on engineering and technology-related issues, policies, theories, and problems relevant to Ethiopia within the local, national, regional, and international settings in the form of reviewed articles and non-reviewed reflections, book reviews, and professional/scientific comments. EJET welcomes papers in the following five thematic areas:-
- Manufacturing (Mechanical & electro-mechanical Engineering; Industrial Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Textile & Garment Engineering, Material Science and Engineering, Marine Engineering; Manufacturing Processes; Microelectronics; Mining Engineering; Petroleum Engineering).
- Agricultural Engineering, Water and Environment (Water Supply & Environmental Engineering; Water Resources, Irrigation & Hydraulics Engineering; Architecture)
- Construction and Civil Engineering (Civil Engineering, Construction Technology & Management; Urban & Regional Planning, architecture); and,
- Electrical Engineering & Informatics (Electrical Engineering, networking, and Communications, Biomedical & Computer Engineering; Computing, artificial intelligence, and intelligent systems, information technology, information systems);
- Other applications of physical, biological, chemical, and mathematical sciences in engineering and technological innovations.
Ethiopian Journal of Governance and Development (EJGD) is to drive the discipline of governance and development towards human development and societal transformation on a scientific pattern that ensures the sustainability of nation, democracy, peace and harmony, stable and better-governed states in Africa in general, and Ethiopia in particular that play their role as building blocks for African integration through disseminating knowledge of research and innovations.
Teaching-learning, Community Services, and Research are the key pillars of the higher learning institutions in the world. The Quality research output dissemination bridges the higher institutions with the society they are intended to serve by interacting and sharing new scientific findings that distinguish rationalism over irrationalism. It is on this endeavor of scientific inquiry in the vast and multifaceted areas of Governance and Development that the EJGD is launched.
In addition, the Journal is intended to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas and to constitute a depository of scholarly and scientific work of high academic standards that can contribute to design the policies and contribute to the establishment and/or consolidation of state-building, nation-building, democracy, and its institutions, good governance, development, and peace. More specifically. the following rationale is identified:
- To carry out research on the interdisciplinary areas of governance and development in order to assist policy-makers, academicians, and public service sectors related to the development of public policies, scientific outlook, good governance, and service delivery issues.
- To provide a platform of dialogue and organize seminars, symposiums, workshops with and among stakeholders in the field of governance and development
- Working towards an enabling environment that can promote good leadership, democracy, peace, development, and corporate governance.
- To encourage the public policy dialogue on issues raised from the research
Ethiopian Journal of Medical and Health Sciences (EJMHS) is a peer-reviewed journal published by Hawassa University College of Medicine and Health Sciences. EJMHS is a multi and interdisciplinary journal that is devoted to fascinating high quality, state-of-the-art, and valuable advancements in the fields of medical, health, and basic sciences.
EJMHS invites publications from different disciplines to advance the depths of knowledge related to medical, health, and basic sciences. This Journal encourages publications of scholarly papers on various themes with the aim of giving innovative solutions to health problems.
EJMHS is an open-access academic journal published biannually on a regular basis. The Journal publishes original research articles, critical reviews, mini-reviews, short communications, book reviews, clinical case reports related to the specific theme & a variety of special issues. It encourages publishing comments on current health initiatives, personal experiences, comments on clinical, social, political, economic, and all other factors affecting the health status of the society.
Hawassa University Journal of Law (HUJL) aspires to foster legal scholarship through research and inquiry into contemporary legal problems and law-related issues; and it serves as a forum for academicians, researchers, law-makers, practitioners, and policy-makers to publish their original scientific research findings. The Journal is intended for legal scholars, practitioners, government officials, and graduate and post-graduate law students. HUJL is an open-access peer-reviewed journal that annually publishes original and high-quality scholarly works since July 2017.