Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative
The HINARI program, set up by the World Health Organization (WHO)
together with major publishers, provides access to one of the world's
largest collections of biomedical and health literature. Over 3680
journal titles are now available to health institutions in 113
Learn more about HINARI
patientINFORM.org is a collaborative effort by trusted and experienced
patient health organizations, medical societies, health information
professionals, and scholarly and medical publishers. The participating
voluntary health organizations provide consumers with links to the full
text of selected journal articles as soon as they are published, as
well as materials created by these groups to help the patient or family
member more fully understand the implications of the research.
Publishers provide the organizations with online access to their
peer-reviewed biomedical journals, immediately upon publication.
Learn more about patientINFORM.org
Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture Program
The AGORA program, set up by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN
(FAO) together with major publishers, gives developing countries access to an
outstanding digital library collection in the fields of food, agriculture,
environmental science and related social sciences. AGORA provides a collection
of 918 journals to institutions in 107 countries in the developing world.
Learn more about AGORA
Online Access in the Environment program
Online Access to Research in the Environment (OARE), an international
public-private consortium coordinated by the United Nations Environment
Programme (UNEP), Yale University, and leading science and technology
publishers. It gives developing countries free access to one of the world's
largest collections of environmental science literature. Over one thousand
scientific journal titles owned and published by over 200 prestigious publishing
houses, scholarly societies, and scientific associations are now available in
70 low income countries. Another 36 countries will be added by 2008.
Learn more about OARE