The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development (EJHD)

Current Issue

Vol 32 No 3 (2018)
Published October 18, 2018

Welcome to the Ethiopian Journal of Health Development

The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development is a multi and interdisciplinary platform that provides space for public health experts in academics, policy and programs to share empirical evidence to contribute to health development agenda. Read more...


Important Notice to our esteemed authors


Dear our esteemed authors,

We are very happy to inform you that Ethiopian Journal of Health Development's webpage is now fully upgraded with more function and ease to submit, review and publish papers on line. Due to such upgrading endeavors, papers that were submitted during July 1,2018 to September 30,2018 could not be retrieved. Thus, we request those who submitted papers during this period are kindly requested to resubmit the soonest.

Editorial team


EJHD Open Journal System upgrade Successfully Completed


As part of our endeavor to further improve the quality of our journal, we ventured an easy online submission and review processes to the entire public health .community. The online system has gone on line as of October 2018. We encourage the public health community to visit our website at The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development (EJHD) to register and submit manuscripts online. Please share with us your experiences through the online help desk or at our email. The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development team.


Article processing charge


The Ethioipian Journal of Health Development does not charge any kind of fee for article processing except for special issues. For details of charges of special issus, please refer the Special issue section


Special Issue


The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development (EJHD) publishes a maximum of two demand driven issues a year. Special issue focuses on specific thematic research out come of public health interest. Such themes may for example be immunization, HIV, Non-Communicable Diseases or specific components of this, TB, health systems, human resource for health, etc.

A special issue may have a maximum of ten full-fledged manuscripts. Each manuscript should not have more than five thousand words including abstract. Manuscript submitted for special issue should follow the same provision for regular original manuscripts (refer to author guide). Each submission will go through a fast-tracked peer review process. Acceptance of submissions for publication depends on favorable consideration and feedback from at least one reviewer.

Unlike regular issues, publication of special issue charges 600 USD for the special issue for non Ethiopia while Ethiopians are required to pay 120,000 ETB. In addition to online publication, clients will receive 50 hard copies of the special issue and review process will be fast tracked.

For details of please review editorial policy and author guide of the Ethiopian Journal of Health Development.


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