ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The African Journal of Disability is published for the purpose of advancing scholarship in disability studies and rehabilitation sciences in a uniquely African context. Widely read by scholars, professionals and students, it encourages scholarly exchange between all disciplines and academics from low, middle and high-income countries to work towards the improvement of human development and its practices across the continent. View our Editorial Team.


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 LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
Towards interventions on school dropouts for disabled learners amidst and post-COVID-19 pandemic  
Tawanda Makuyana
24 June 2022

Original Research

 
The matrix of linguistic exclusions impeding career construction for D/deaf learners  
Unati Stemela-Zali, Harsha Kathard, Maximus M. Sefotho
13 June 2022

Original Research

 
The subjective experiences of students with invisible disabilities at a historically disadvantaged university  
Carushca de Beer, Serena Isaacs, Cameron Lawrence, Gugulethu Cebekhulu, Jade M. Morkel, Jonathan Nell, Noluthando Mpisane, Wayne P. van Tonder, Yolanda R. Mayman, Lobisa Z. Thobenjane, Athena Pedro
10 June 2022

Original Research

 
Physical activity promotion in persons with spinal cord injuries: Barriers and facilitators in low-resource communities  
Candace Vermaak, Suzanne Ferreira, Elmarie Terblanche, Wayne Derman
09 June 2022

Original Research

 
A path toward disability-inclusive health in Zimbabwe Part 1: A qualitative study on access to healthcare  
Tracey Smythe, Thubelihle Mabhena, Shepherd Murahwi, Tapiwanashe Kujinga, Hannah Kuper, Simbarashe Rusakaniko
30 May 2022

Original Research

 
A path toward disability-inclusive health in Zimbabwe Part 2: A qualitative study on the national response to COVID-19  
Tracey Smythe, Thubelihle Mabhena, Shepherd Murahwi, Tapiwanashe Kujinga, Hannah Kuper, Simbarashe Rusakaniko
30 May 2022

Original Research

 
Monitoring disability inclusion: Setting a baseline for South Africa  
Helen Suich, Marguerite Schneider
27 May 2022

Original Research

 
The lived experience of people with upper limb absence living in Uganda: A qualitative study  
Dafne Z. Morgado Ramirez, Brenda Nakandi, Robert Ssekitoleko, Louise Ackers, Erisa Mwaka, Laurence Kenney, Cathy Holloway, Maggie Donovan-Hall
20 May 2022

Review Article - Special Collection: Disability Unplugged

 
The Chaeli Campaign Journal Club: Strengthening evidence-based practice and contributing to practice-based evidence in under-resourced South African communities  
Rosemary Luger, Martha Geiger, Olwethu Nqevu, Ann Bullen, Faizah Toefy
18 May 2022

Original Research

 
How education, training and development support the wellness of employees with disabilities  
Zelna van Niekerk, Mbulaheni O. Maguvhe, Meahabo D. Magano
29 April 2022
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Call for Papers: Submit your latest research for consideration in 2022

 
We call on authors to participate in this year's volume; contributors should consider all aspects of disability particularity in the developing African context. This includes, but are not limited to: rehabilitation, including vocational and community-based rehabilitation; community development and medical issues related to disability and poverty; disability-related stigma and inclusive education. Read more on the AOSIS News Centre.  
Posted: 2022-01-27

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