About Isfar

The International Society for Academic Researchers (ISfAR) is a global provider of academic research assistance and training. Our team consists of professional and knowledgeable consultants with hands-on experience in research design, research methodology; quantitative and qualitative data analysis.

We provide effective assistance to empower our clients i.e. academics, researchers, postgraduate students, professionals and institutions from all over the world to promote academic research through the organisation of conferences, seminars, training and workshops.

We foster discussions, critical analysis, and dissemination of ideas from research and innovative practice worldwide through individual and organizational research assistance. Our solutions enable clients to generate, understand and present their results with self-confidence.

We offer the following training and services

  • Data capturing and reporting
  • Online and paper-based questionnaire Design
  • Postgraduate seminars
  • Proofreading and editing of theses & dissertations
  • Qualitative data analysis with Atlas Ti and Nvivo
  • Quantitative data analysis with SPSS and SAS, SEM with AMOS
  • Research Proposal writing
  • Writing for publication

ISfAR Advisory Board

Prof Yasuo Nakatani, Hosei University, Japan

Prof Vuyisile Msila, University of South Africa, South Africa

Prof Shoshana Bar-Nur, Tel Aviv University, Israel  

Prof MZ Ramorola, North-West University, South Africa

Prof MT Gumbo, University of South Africa, South Africa

Prof Modupe Osokoya, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Prof Luckson Kaino, Josiah Kibira University College, Tanzania

Prof Hamza Mokiwa, University of South Africa; South Africa

Prof Andre Pelser, University of Free State, South Africa

Mr Khamis Juma Muslim – The Institute of Public Administration (IPA), Zanzibar

Dr Hafsa Mwita, Sumait University, Zanzibar

Dr Theresia Philemon, University of Dodoma, Tanzania

Dr Rukkaya Muhamed, Zanzibar University, Zanzibar

Dr Racheal Mafumbate, University of eSwatini, Eswatini

Dr Perpetua Lum Tanyi, University of Nigeria Nsukka, Nigeria

Dr Nicholas Zezekwa, Bindura University of Science Education, Zimbabwe

Dr Lindiwe Mthethwa, University of Zululand, South Africa

Dr Juma Kanuwa, Center for Foreign Relations, Tanzania

Dr Jayaluxmi Naidoo, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

Dr Eugenia Kafanabo, University of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Dr Dan Imariho, University of Rwanda, Rwanda

Dr Andri Du Toit, North-West University, South Africa

Dr Abdulmalick Feruzi, University of Dodoma, Tanzania

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR ACADEMIC RESEARCHERS (ISfAR)

  • promote capacity building in individual researchers in Education, through conferences, workshop training and publications. 
  • provide cost-free membership to anyone interested in educational research. 
  • has a peer-reviewed Journal i.e. Jahazi: a journal of humanities and social sciences with ISSN: 2953-2620 (Print); ISSN: 2953-2639 (Online).
     in which peer reviewers help the authors to improve their papers.
  • welcomes collaboration and academic support from individual researchers, institutions, academics and research associations.
ISfAR membership chart as of 30th November 2022
Australia 5 Israel 9
Botswana 4 Namibia 7
Brazil 1 USA 8
Canada 5 Taiwan 3
China 8 Zimbabwe 7
Denmark 2 Hong Kong 2
Egypt 3 Italy 6
Ethiopia 9 India 21
Ghana 7 France 7
Iran 3 South Sudan 5
Ireland 1 Philippines 5
Kenya 8 Fiji 2
Malaysia 9 Germany 4
Netherlands 3 United Kingdom 9
Nigeria 11 Austria 1
Portugal 1 Puerto Rico 1
Qatar 2 Japan 3
Romania 4 Brazil 1
Rwanda 9 Russia 2
Serbia 1 Indonesia 8
South Africa 44 Tanzania 51
South Korea 2 Turkey 5
Spain 6 Iceland 1
Sri Lanka 3 Malawi 4
Sweden 6 South Korea 3
Turkey 5 Pakistan 6
UAE 7    

Learn the benefits

Promote capacity building in individual researchers in Education, through conferences, workshop training and publications.

Provide cost free membership to anyone interested in educational research.

Has an Open Access and peer reviewed Journal i.e. The African Journal of Educational Research (AJER) (ISSN 2591- 6998) in which peer reviewers help the authors to improve their papers.

Welcomes collaboration and academic support from individual researchers, institutions, academics and research associations.