AJSD Volume 7 Number 1 | 2017

It is our pleasure to announce the publication of the Volume 7 number 1 of the African Journal of Sustainable of Development. In this edition, we have published a total of fifteen interesting articles from diverse subjects ranging from economics, sociology, biodiversity, energy, waste management and climate change. A central theme of all the articles is sustainable development.

We are delighted that the journal has continued to receive very high patronage with the rejection rate still standing at barely 20 percent despite the high number of articles received. Similarly, we are glad that since inception the journal has been published regularly.

We sincerely thank our reviewers for turning in the reviewed articles within stipulated time despite their busy schedules. We appreciate our contributors especially, for considering AJSD as a viable research publication outlet for their research work.

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Order of Paper

  1. Constraints of Small Scale Farmers’ Access to Agricultural Credit in Osun State, Nigeria 1. ADEBAYO
  2. Diseases and Sustainable Development: The Cases of HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis in Nigeria 2. DAUDA Diseases and sustainable
  3. Knowledge and Perception of Climate Change among Peasant Farmers in a Forest-Savannah Transition Zone of Osun State, Nigeria  3. KAYODE PAPER E (3)
  4. Global Field Exercise in Africa: An Example of Problem-solving Approaches for Sustainable Development in Africa  4. MUTISYA GFE_rev
  5. Teacher Educators’ Use of Active Learning Strategies for Attainment of Sustainable Development Goal 4. 5. OFFORMA & OBIEFUNA
  6. Determinants of Electronic Waste Management Practices among Information and Communication Technology Artisans in Ibadan, Nigeria  6. OGUNSOLA KEMI_ CORRECTED (1)
  7. Supervision Response Differential by Cadre of Supervisors among Agricultural Postgraduate Students in Southwestern Nigeria   7. Olutola and Fadairo (1) (3) (2)
  8. Sustainable Development Goals and Universal Health Coverage: Issues and Options for Sustainable Health Financing in Nigeria   8 OLAYIWOLA (1) (1)