About the Journal

The African Journal of Built Environment Research (AJOBER) was established in 2015 and is the official academic journal of the West Africa Built Environment Research (WABER) Conference. The short name for the journal is AJOBER which is an acronym for the full name of the journal.

The journal’s mission is to encourage, publish and promote quality research relating to the built environment on the African continent.

The academic leadership for the journal is provided by a team of academics drawn from various parts of the world. The editorial board comprises of African-based academics and others based outside of the African continent. Members of the editorial board work together to ensure that all papers accepted and published in the journal match up reasonably to the standard in other international journals in the field.

All members of our editorial board are research active academics who place a high value on research quality. All editorial board members are expected to contribute to the editorial work and the formulation of appropriate editorial policies. We have a panel of patrons or advisory board members who have been part of the development of the WABER Conference over the years and they only serve in a honorary capacity where they may be consulted on pertinent issues pertaining to the journal’s overall direction, progress and development.

For more information about this Journal, please contact us at: info@waberjournal.com

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