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The Zambian Association of Junior Researchers

The President at The Zambian Association of Junior Researchers Zambia

Agriculture, Architecture, Building and Planning, Basic Medical Sciences, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Sciences, Creative Arts and Design, Culture/Gender Studies, Economics, Education, Engineering, Environmental Studies, Geography, Healthcare, Journalism and Communication, Life Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Medicine, Performing/Visual Arts, Public Administration, Social Work, Sociology
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Architecture, Building and Planning, Creative Arts and Design, Education, Engineering, Life Sciences, Basic Medical Sciences, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Sciences, Economics, Geography, Sociology, Culture/Gender Studies, Performing/Visual Arts, Agriculture, Business, Environmental Studies, Medicine, Journalism and Communication, Public Administration, Social Work, Healthcare
Research Keywords:
 Development studies  Environment Science  Management Science  Humanities and social sciences  Civil Engineering
Collaboration interests:
Sustainable agriculture and food security HRM, leadership and emotional intelligence Public administration Environmental engineering Geotechnical engineering Water resource engineering Communication and Media Communication for development
The Zambian Association of Junior Researchers (ZAJR) is a non-profitable making association incorporated as a company limited by guarantee with Patents and Companies Registration Agency (PACRA) for all Zambian researchers who are actively involved in the development of research in Zambia. ZAJR is committed to promoting high quality research in every field of study that is poverty combatant. ZAJR, as the learned society in various field of research that will eradicate poverty in Zambia.

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