The Young African Forum (YALF) invites interested Africans to submit for publication in the second edition of its Young African Journal of Development (YALJOD). The journal is aimed at fostering the collective progress and development of the people, and it provides the blueprint for the development mission of the leading pan-African movement, Young African Leaders Forum as well as many other organisations.


YALJOD is a biennial journal of development established to host scholarly analysis and competing viewpoints about the development of Africa. YALF’s motive for establishing this historic journal is to garner the ideas of young Africans as pertaining the development of the continent. So far, YALJOD is already available at the Union Headquarters, in several universities’ libraries and government parastatals across the continent and as a downloadable e- on the internet.

As Africa’s first -led (pan-African) journal of development, YALJOD’s multidisciplinary approach makes it more formidable. It accepts papers from varied disciplinary areas – including Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Humanities – that show direct relevance to the development of Africa. In this sense, it publishes researches understood as highlighting the social, political, cultural and technological processes of positive change in the continent. The specially targeted audience of the journal are the continent’s leadership operators, civil societies and NGOs, development academics, researchers and youth leaders.

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