The Africa Policy Journal (APJ) at the Harvard Kennedy School is a student-run publication dedicated to promoting dialogue about African policy and current affairs in the realms of governance, law, education, business, health, design and culture. As the only scholarly journal in the United States dedicated to African policy, we seek to publish thought-provoking content that provides fresh insights into the most significant opportunities and challenges facing African nations and peoples today.
Kenya’s vision for an equitable, rights-based health system fails to address specific health needs and barriers to accessing health care of vulnerable populations.
Increased economic productivity after suppressing malaria transmission in 14 African countries
Looking like an Industry: Supporting Commercial Agriculture in Africa
2014 Call for Submissions Open!
2015 is the Year of the African Entrepreneur
Where Does the Apple Fall from the Tree? On Familial Political Legacy in Africa
Radical Islam Finding Ground in the Central African Republic
A Quiet Success in Stemming a Global Epidemic
President John D. Mahama on Ghana’s Economic Outlook
Interview with Clare Akamanzi, Chief Operating Officer of the Rwanda Development Board
Interview with Ms. Lise Grande, Former UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in South Sudan
Interview with Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, CEO of NEPAD