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Access to Health Information - Developing Countries

This guide provides information on open access and foundation supported medical information sources available to healthcare professionals, researchers, and others in developing countries

Organizations

MLA Librarians without Borders

 Members of MLA Librarians without Borders are professional medical librarians belonging to the Medical Library Association. They advise librarians in developing countries and many travel to teach classes and consult with their colleagues in other countries.

 

 

 

Support for HINARI Training

Elsevier Foundation Grants - ‘Innovative Libraries in Developing Countries’
http://www.elsevierfoundation.org/innovative-libraries/ 

§Fulbright Senior Specialist Program http://www.cies.org/specialists/§INASP Small Grants Scheme  http://www.inasp.info/§Hospital foundations and local medical groups

§Institution grants / linkages/foundations
§In-country embassies, aid agencies and non-governmental organizations
§Rotary Club International, Kiwanis and other service organizations
§Ex-patriot organizations/support groups
§National Guard partnerships

§Health related non-governmental organizations

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