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Authors are required to pay a fair manuscript processing fee for the processing of their articles. However, there are no submission charges. Authors are required to make payment only after their manuscripts have been accepted for publication. See Manuscript Processing Fees in the table below.
|Local Authors (Ghanaian)||GH¢ 424.00 ($80.00)||E-Certificate + Soft Copy of Paper|
|International Authors||USD $ 100.00||E-Certificate + Soft Copy of Paper|
Dama Academic Scholarly & Scientific Research Society may grants waivers to some authors who are unable to afford manuscript processing fee. Authors who wish to apply for waivers must demonstrate their inability to afford the manuscript processing fee. Upon application, corresponding authors from Low Income Countries may be granted up to 75% waiver. See World Bank list of Low Income Countries (http://data.worldbank.org/income-level/low-income)
Upon application, corresponding authors from Lower Middle Income Countries may be granted up to 40% waiver.
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- Author(s) requesting for a waiver must strongly demonstrate why their waiver applications should be granted.
- Request for a waiver must be sent same day a manuscript is submitted.
- Waiver request should contain the following information
- Manuscript number
- Manuscript title
- Corresponding Author Affiliation and Country
- List co-author(s) Affiliation(s) and Country
- Reason for requesting a waiver
Academic Journals reserve the right to approve or reject a waiver application. Waiver decision will be communicated to the corresponding author within two weeks after the application is received.
If you want to get your publication certificate, please send us the complete information of your published article like (Title, Authors name, Journal, Volume, Issue, Page number) or Manuscript number to the email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Required publication certificate of my following published article-
Acute Respiratory Tract Infection by Rhinovirus in Adults at Jaipur
Dr. Niketa Gupta, Dr. Jitender Tiwari, Dr. Pratibha Sharma, Dr. Bharti Malhotra
African Journal of Procurement, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, 2018; 6(5):1877-1879.