Be a HINARI ambassador!
HINARI is a partnership of the World Health Organization, Yale University Library and commercial publishers. It provides eligible institutions in developing countries with no-cost or low-cost access to scientific research. HINARI was launched in 2002 to contribute to the attainment of the UN's Millennium Development Goals by reducing the knowledge gap between industrialized and developing countries. There are now 5,800 registered HINARI institutions.
HINARI information in biomedical and related social sciences includes (as of May 2018):
What can you do to be a HINARI ambassador?
Queen's Health Sciences Librarian Paola Durando is a certified HINARI trainer. Contact me for support either pre-departure or while on placement.