Who We Are...

African Research Review (AFRREV) is the publishing arm of the International Association of African Researchers and Reviewers (IAARR). It is a group of four Journals which currently serve as open access platform for scholarly dialogue for those in the academic world who care about academic issues and sustainable development. The journals publish scholarly research outputs in and on Africa with a view to putting Africa on a path towards a sustainable development through viable and qualitative education. As a result, we conduct and carry out researches in different areas to help our governments and planners move the continent forward.

At the moment, the association is publishing research findings in different areas which include:
 Adult Literacy
 Access to Education
 Children Education
 Corruption in Education
 English as a Foreign/Second language
 English Literature
 Gender Issues
 School management
 Qualitative Education and
 Other Developmental Issues
Currently, researchers are working hard on other issues that bother on peace and sustainable development like:
 IT development in Africa
 HIV/AIDS
 War and Conflict Resolution
 Political and Social Development
 Economic Development
 Engineering
 Technical Education.

AFRREV journals will also publish research monographs, feature articles, brief notes, comments on published articles and book review. We plan to take advantage of the power of the latest technology to bring useful information to academics in and outside of Africa. These Journals therefore intend to add to the body of knowledge about the important matter of language and gender studies, arts and humanities, in addition to science and technology and their resultant effects on development especially in Africa. We welcome your ideas, comments, criticisms and submissions. The journals receive articles throughout the year. They are peer-reviewed, focusing on all aspects of academic issues including research reports and interpretive articles, essays and critical reviews of books and teaching materials. We welcome submissions from a wide community of practitioners—from professors, teachers, trainers, and support specialists to program administrators. Please review our guide to authors in the different journals before submitting a manuscript for publication consideration.

Apart from African Research Review (AFRREV)journals, the association (IAARR), is also interested in printing, publishing and indexing peer-reviewed journals including other educationally related issues.