92 Bowery St., NY 10013

+1 800 123 456 789

Academics Stand Against Poverty (ASAP) is a global professional association that empowers academics to make greater impact on severe poverty.

Guided by our members and extensive network of chapters, we produce evidence for alternative narratives and policies with respect to the world’s poor.

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors


Stay in Contact

ASAP on Twitter

At the Food Systems Webinar, Dr. Motete noted that sustainable food systems contribute to food and nutrition security.

You can add to this conversation as a writer by clicking on this link:

@Journal_ASAP is looking for authors and writers on this topic

Call for Chapters on 'Pro-poor Mountain Tourism'

Abstract submissions due 15 February 2023

For more information visit this link:

Dr. Jean Mboma has discussed how food security can be improved in Africa through innovative means.

To continue this conversation, @Journal_ASAP is looking for writers to contribute to the Food Security Special Issue.

Visit the website below

There's a call for chapters & the deadline for abstracts is February 15, 2023!

Book Theme: Pro-Poor Mountain Tourism

Publisher: Routledge

For more information, visit

#mountaintourism #propoormountaintourism #sustainabletourism #environmentalimpact

Load More...

The ASAP global chapter network

Our projects

The work of our network

ASAP is a global network of academics and researchers conducting research and advocacy in the service of poverty eradication.

Our Membership

ASAP welcomes academics, researchers, students and development specialists to join our growing network. If you are interested in getting involved or learning more about our work, you can either complete the registration form or contact ASAP directly on:

Events, announcements and calls​

“ASAP and its chapter network host conferences, workshops and symposiums, assembling leading figures in global poverty research and thousands of likeminded academics from around the world.”