ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The Journal of Public Health in Africa is a peer-reviewed, academic journal that focuses on health issues in the African continent. The journal editors seek high quality original articles on public health-related issues, reviews, comments and more. The aim of the journal is to move public health discourse from the background to the forefront. The success of Africa’s struggle against disease depends on public health approaches. View our Editorial Team.


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Evaluation of the Administrative, Coordination, and Financing Capacity of the Sub-National Malaria Elimination Programs in Nigeria: A Case Study of Cross River State  
Edima Ottoho, Donald I. Omang, Egbe j. Godwin
30 December 2023

Original Article

 
Diet behavior and consumption of iron inhibitors: Incidence anemia in adolescent girls  
Erna Wati, Colti Sistiarani, Setiyowati Rahardjo
30 December 2023

Original Article

 
The trial of sending short message service multidrug‑resistant tuberculosis patients in Indonesia: the chance to increase knowledge and motivation  
Syarifah Syarifah, Devi N. Santi
30 December 2023

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Lassa fever cases and mortality in Nigeria: Quantile Regression vs. Machine Learning Models  
Timothy Samson, Olukemi Aromolaran, Tosin Akingbade
30 December 2023

Original Article

 
A multilevel analysis of individual, household and community level predictors of child diarrhea in Eswatini  
Maswati Simelane, Kerry Vermaak
30 December 2023

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Knowledge and awareness of autism spectrum disorder among Libyans  
Ariej M. Mustafa, Dhiba Grifa, Afaf Shebani, Salah Alharabi, Khalid Alnajjar
30 December 2023

Opinion Paper

 
Global child health in a changing world  
Rafael Inácio
30 December 2023

Original Article

 
Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, awareness creation and risk communication of Covid‑19 pandemic amongst non‑literate population in South‑West Nigeria: Lessons for future health campaign  
Rachael Ojeka-John, Bernice O. Sanusi, Omowale T. Adelabu, Felix O. Talabi, Isaac A. Oyekola, Olanrewaju O.P. Ajakaiye, Ejem A. Ejem
30 December 2023

Original Article

 
Waste handling model based on local wisdom system in Indonesia  
Agnes Widiyanto, Siwi P.M. Wijayanti
30 December 2023

Original Article

 
Protection level of anti-hepatitis B vaccine and immunoglobulin in a pediatric Cameroonian population  
Merveille Kemenang, René G. Essomba, Aubin Nanfack, Paul F. Endja, Alexis Ndjolo, Céline N. Nkenfou
30 December 2023
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 Website Update: Scheduled Platform Maintenance

 
Dear valued editor, author, reviewer, and reader. We are writing to inform you that we have scheduled updates for our managed servers on the night of April 16, 2024, until April 17, 2024. During this update, you may experience some temporary unavailability of the journal platform. We anticipate the downtime to last between 45 and 120 minutes. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding as we strive to enhance our services.  
Posted: 2024-04-11

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Posted: 2024-04-04

Notification: The 2nd Declaration of Marrakech has been published

 
We are thrilled to announce the publication of the 2nd Declaration of Marrakech, resulting from the 2nd African and 1st South-South Health Harm Reduction Conference. This significant event took place in the city of Marrakech from September 27th to 29th, 2023. With 83 participating countries, approximately 700 speakers, and more than 2,500 participants from all corners of Africa, the Global South, and the rest of the world, this conference was a resounding success. During this momentous gathering, the conference featured five panel sessions, two side events, five book signing sessions, two press conferences, and an exhibition area with over 45 exhibitors. The event was inaugurated by the esteemed presence of the Head of the Moroccan Government, Mr. Aziz Akhannouch, who delivered the opening remarks. Additionally, Ministers and Ambassadors from Africa, South America, Asia, and many other regions lent their support and insights to the conference. Under the overarching theme of "Health in Africa: Water, Environment, and Food Security," the conference provided a platform for meaningful discussions and exchanges of ideas. The collective expertise of distinguished speakers and participants enriched these discussions, shaping the outcome of the Declaration of Marrakech.  
Posted: 2024-03-11 More...
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