Aim

The aim of the African Journal of Alcohol and Drug Abuse (AJADA) is to provide an avenue to exchange evidence-based information and best practices on the areas of Prevention, Advocacy, Policy Development & Briefs, Legislation, Enforcement, Treatment & Rehabilitation and other matters relating to alcohol and drug abuse. The journal celebrates a global readership of Researchers, Counseling Psychologists, Sociologists, Anthropologists, Social Scientists, Public Health Specialists, Psychiatrists and other practitioners.

Scope

AJADA is a multi-disciplinary open access and peer reviewed journal publishing articles in the field of alcohol and drug abuse. It publishes papers on matters of alcohol and drug abuse with a particular focus on African perspectives.