Welcome to Africa Online & Publications Library

Sign In

AOPL; the hub of Africa's academic research

About Us

Africa Online & Publications Library

The greatest challenge facing African researchers is the lack of ownership and high cost of publication due to the small number of online libraries, publishing houses, and research centres, resulting in limited access to research materials. Driven by this fact, Africa Online & Publications Library is built on the premise to increase visibility, accessibility and usage of research material for researchers across Africa.

Read More

Vision

We strive to place Africa at the top of intellectual contribution by preserving and giving students, lecturers and researchers access to scholarly material and a publication platform for academic and personal development..

AOPL Community

Become part of our ever growing community of publishers, reviewers, authors to benefit from free access to published materials.

Mission

We exist to enhance innovative research and accessibility in Africa through the provision of an online library, publications platform and research assistance.

Latest Publications

Our community of recently joined authors, reviewers and many others.

The sorrows of U.S. health insurance system

Vaccinations have made an enormous contribution to global health. Despite of these successes, humans

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: A new chapter of military coups and the security nexus in Africa

  Military coups are nothing new in Africa. Since the independence of most African countries in

Assessing earnings management practices of non-profit organisations in a crisis context: Evidence from the Anglophone region of Cameroon

This article assesses the earnings management practices of non-profit organisations (NGOs) in the Anglophone

Linguistic strategies for customer persuasion: The case of Mobile Telecommunications Network, Cameroon

This article untangles the linguistic and persuasive strategies employed by MTN-Cameroon to gain

The impact of fraud on microfinance institution performance in Cameroon’s Buea Municipality

Fraud is a global problem that affects society as a whole and interferes with work and personal life.

Violent election related violence in Zimbabwe: A threat to peace and human security?

While political violence is endemic in Zimbabwean politics, it generally surges in intensity and

French_European-African Relations

Keywords  France, Africa, diplomatic relations, foreign policy, terrorism, governance, security  Focal

Vaccine Commodification and Ramifications for Countries in the Global South

The Covid-19 pandemic has exposed inequalities between countries in the Global North and those

Challenges due to COVID-19 in Cameroon in "Africa during the COVID-19 pandemic. Social, cultural, economic and political aspects"

Cameroon’s political, economic and social landscapes have been fundamentally altered by the emerging

Accountability and Perception of Effectiveness in Public Universities in Cameroon: Case of the University of Buea 

This research study provides an understanding of accountability and the perception of its effectiveness

Education in Africa: What Are We Learning?

Countries across Africa continue to face major challenges in education. In this review, we examine 145

Human security in conflict-affected regions: coping capacity of women and children in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon

This paper examines human security, and women and children’s coping capacities in armed conflict

Assessing the impact of armed conflict on higher education in Cameroon’s Anglophone regions

Armed conflict is undoubtedly humanity’s most devastating phenomenon. It halts development

The untold story of early marriages in South Sudan

This sobby paper discusses the issue of early marriages in South Sudan, with the Toposa of the

Renewable energy transition for building resilience to energy poverty in Sub Saharan Africa: policy roadblocks on the way

Energy access in Africa is not only at individual or household levels but has gone beyond national, regional

Cameroon’s government and citizenry at odds over a 0.2% mobile money tax

Following a new government legislation, Cameroonians started paying a 0.2% tax on mobile money

Mediating post-election violence: The need to revisit and rethink media policies and regulations in Zimbabwe

Research and observations have demonstrated that the media environment in Zimbabwe is controlled by a

Endangered Indigenous Archives in Mbum Land of Cameroon: Which Way Forward?

In traditional African societies where there was no formal way of documentation, history was stored