About the Journal
Academics Stand Against Poverty (Journal ASAP) is an open access international multidisciplinary journal published under the ISSN 2690-3458 (electronic edition) and ISSN 2690-3431 (print edition) by Academics Stand Against Poverty, a non-profit organization based in United States (EIN # 32-0324998).
Thomas Pogge, Yale University, New Haven, USA
Michal Apollo, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
Special Issue on: Toward Food Security in Africa
Edited by: Anne Grace Gongwe, Jean Mboma, Kevin Okoth Ouko
Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP) is an international multidisciplinary journal published by Academics Stand Against Poverty, a non-profit organization based in the United States (EIN# 32-0324998). ASAP is a biannual journal with the aim to welcome scholars and researchers around the globe to submit their manuscripts. Journal aims to provide a platform to share ideas through this channel. ASAP welcomes unpublished and original work. It aims to explore the ways of living standards and helps in policy suggestions for poverty eradication by examining the possible solution for problems such as poverty and health, hunger, lack of water resources and shelter, malnutrition, inequality, lack of proper women participation in economic activities and inadequate resources and so on.
ASAP maintains a high standard of scientific publications with a rigorous peer review system. We embrace a double-blind peer review policy to process manuscript for consideration where the author (s) and reviewers’ identity is kept anonymous to reach an unbiased decision for the manuscript. We are committed to adopting a strict policy for plagiarism to cover journalistic ethics and to promote academic identity. Therefore, each submitted manuscript will have to pass an initial check from a plagiarism detector software, iThenticate, prior to further process. We adopt open access policy for accepted papers; therefore, each accepted paper will be published open access so that it can be downloaded and accessed freely for readers. Published articles on our website are available free of charge and we don’t demand personal information to read, print, and download the published manuscript.