Department of Public Health, Walden university,
Department of Data Management, Tarukah College of Health Technology,
Department of Nursing Education, School of Post Basic Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing, Federal Neuropsychiatric Hospital,
Department of History and International Studies, Federal University,
Lokoja, Kogi State, Nigeria
Department of Geography, Nigerian Defence Academy,
Department of Accounting, Nigeria Defence Academy,
The International World Journal of Public Health (WJPH) invites high quality articles for peer review in the area of youth sexual abuse, gender based violence and reproductive health (SGRH) with focus on global health challenge of youth. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are concern with good health, wellbeing, and gender equity. But, despite the United Nations call on developed and developing countries to invest in youth, stop gender based violence and improves the life of youth through empowerment program, instead the social vices and gender based violence is on the rise globally, resulting in illness and reproductive health challenges and abuse of human right.
The decision to end this problem has become a prominent concern for professional groups globally. Focusing the world, this call for paper seeks original research articles and systematic review on any aspect of youth sexual abuse, gender based violence and reproductive health. The area of interest include behavioral and intervention studies assessing the scale-up of promising social and health transformation approaches on sexual abuse, gender based violence and reproductive health. The study design can be quantitative, qualitative and mixed-method research paper. We encourage the authors to submit their articles latest by November 30th, 2019 for review, and once the paper is accepted by the editor it will be published in the World Journal of Public Health under special issue platform. Interested authors must strictly comply with the WJPH author guideline on its website for article publication. We look forward towards your submission.
Aims and Scope:
Sexual abuse diversity and the associated health problem
Gender based violence, human right issues and health equity
Health disparities, philosophical, theoretical and conceptual framework
Teenage pregnancy and associated complications
Health initiative evaluation, effectiveness and inputs
Participation in the sexual and reproductive health