This journal has ceased publication.
SIGADA is a trans-disciplinary publication that prioritizes gender as a development issue. It is a forum for sharing research, resources, aesthetic expressions, lived realities and activisms that privilege and promote gender issues in development as well as contribute towards gender equality and social justice in Africa. Regional (continental), sub-regional, national, area, organizational and individual as well as trans-national studies and works are accepted. It supports the sharing of research and other productions on gender issues in Africa's development. Theoretical and empirical works on social and physical sciences are accepted. Submissions may focus on policy, programmes, and/or projects. A clear link to development is a basic requirement. In order to support the sharing of diverse experiences, articles, biographies, book reviews, research reports, poetry or songs, community events, national resources inventories and project designs are encouraged.
The Globethics.net library contains all the articles of Studies in Gender and Development in Africa, published from vol. 1(2007) to vol. 2 (2008) , harvested from African Journals Online (AJOL).
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