Aims and Scope of GMP Journals
Peer-reviewed, original research and review articles are published under open access in GMP journals.
GMP journals accept multidisciplinary articles committed to promoting research in the fields of humanities and social sciences, education science and technology, medicine, and engineering among others.
The goal of GMP journals is to become the top publishing journal in the world.
Each article's research methodology is assessed by the journal for validity before it is accepted, and publications are only accepted based on the research. Similarly, GMP Journals make it easier to find connections between publications by not limiting them to a certain topic, either inside or between disciplines.
GMP Journals provides writers with a continuous publication style and worldwide distribution for their research. To assure quality, each article is carefully copyedited and typeset.
The following individuals should submit to GMP Journals:
- Authors that desire rapid production and high-quality reviews for their works.
- Authors who seek a strong, highly discoverable publishing platform to distribute their articles for free, broadly, and internationally.
- Authors that desire a top publisher in their field of study and promote their works.
- Authors who are required by their universities or the governments to make their articles open access.
For digital preservation, the articles in these journals are continuously archived in several archiving agencies including the Internet Archive.
Authors can deposit all paper versions (Preprint, Author's Accepted Manuscript, and Published articles) in any institutional or subject repository.
Implementing Change in The Teamwork Process by Applying Lewin's Model
By: Alfred K. Githinji
Detection of Aflatoxins from Maize Samples Using Ferric Chloride
By: Eugine Mukhaye
Estimation of Total Phenolic and Flavanoid Contents in Leaf Extracts of Selected Kenyan Anti-obesity Medicinal Plants and Their Antioxidant Activities
By: Evans Omwango, Prof. Justus Onguso, Prof. John Onchora and Dr. Peter Kirira
Assessment of Knowledge Management Practises in Reducing Knowledge Loss in Devolved Governments of Kenya: A Case of The County Government of Embu
By: Lawrence Odhiambo Aloo, David Kipchirchir Lagat, Abudo Dambala, Rachael Nyokabi, Lucy Gichira, Kaliba Morris Kinyua, Doris Nzambi Mulwa, Penina Musyoka, Mary Gatwiri and Barasa Odula Elias
Factors Influencing Compliance to Procurement Laws and Regulations in County Governments: A Case of Embu County
By: Mary Anyango Onyango, Mary Anne Waithira Kiguta, Agnes Wangui Wambugu, Ann Muange, Gladys Mkabane Mbuno, James Adouh Barasa, Joseph Nyerere
Socio-Cultural Factors Affecting Food Security and Nutrition in Kenya: A Case of Embu West Sub County, Embu County
By: Stephen Akuma Aricha, Gerald Gikonyo Githinji, Paul Onyango Owaga, Tobias Julias Okello, Harrison Otieno Ouma, Samuel Lubanga Oronje, Joyce Wambui Njongoro, Phylis Jepchirchir Tobosei, Samuel Ndungu Kungu, Noballa Edwin Anyanga and Laban Musundi