Research4Life in the News

Empowering Agricultural Researchers through the Internet
Scientific research is a vital component of development, but often academics from developing countries have to struggle in order to have access to up-to-date scientific literature, such as international journals, books and databases. Read more on e-agriculture FacebookTwitteremailLinkedin
Research4Life’s HINARI featured at World Health Organization
WHO recently featured HINARI, with special interviews with Research4Life user and Director-General of Sudan’s Central Medical Supplies Public Corporation, Gamal Khalafalla Mohamed Ali, who heads the national agency responsible for getting medical supplies to all public health institutions. For the
Research4Life's HINARI featured at World Health Organization
WHO recently featured HINARI, with special interviews with Research4Life user and Director-General of Sudan’s Central Medical Supplies Public Corporation, Gamal Khalafalla Mohamed Ali, who heads the national agency responsible for getting medical supplies to all public health institutions. For the
Africa doubles research output over past decade, moves towards a knowledge-based economy – Research Trends
Ylann Schemm looks at the factors contributing to a promising trend of African research output. The author cites many :  increased funding, significant policy changes within countries, improved research infrastructure, both human and physical and others – but she notes
Elsevier Connect: Q&A with Stephen Rudgard as AGORA celebrates its 10th anniversary
Equipping agricultural scientists in the developing world with the research they need    Stephen Rudgard is the Chief of Knowledge and Capacity for Development at the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Rome. He heads a global team that manages programs aimed
Elsevier Connect: Q&A with Stephen Rudgard as AGORA celebrates its 10th anniversary
Equipping agricultural scientists in the developing world with the research they need    Stephen Rudgard is the Chief of Knowledge and Capacity for Development at the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) in Rome. He heads a global team that manages programs aimed
Research4Life featured in the WHO World Health Report 2013
The World health report: research for universal health coverage focuses on the importance of research in advancing progress towards universal health coverage. In addition, it identifies the benefits of increased investment in health research by low- and middle-income countries using
Raising Burkina Faso research to international standards (Wiley Exchanges)
Research4Life’s Charlotte Masiello-Riome introduces Wiley Exchanges readers to AGORA, and how the programme showed agronomist Sami Hyacinthe Kambire that his research was not as original as he had thought – but this realization was exactly what he needed to lift his
TEDMED Highlights Research4Life as it Announces Final Speaker Lineup
TEDMED referenced Research4Life as part of its achievement to simulcast conference globally to 50 countries and 2,500 Organizations. See more FacebookTwitteremailLinkedin
Elsevier Connect: Measuring the impact of research access in the developing world
How Research4Life is being used to improve health care and economic development by Richard Gedye. Published 7 January 2013 We all know that in many parts of the developing world, there are shortages of food, clean water, adequate housing, health
AllAfrica.com -Rwanda: Scholars Train in Scientific Research
By Jean d’Amour Mbonyinshuti, 5 December 2012 in AllAfrica.com Over thirty research trainers from higher institutions of learning and research institutions are undergoing a three day training on effective methodologies to access research material. The training being conducted by Kigali
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Building a Global Research Culture – Supported by the Elsevier Foundation, Librarians Without Borders® (LWB) teams up with ITOCA to train librarians, doctors and teachers at the University of Swaziland in Research4Life Programmes
frameborder="0" width="640" height="480"> Supported by the Elsevier Foundation, Librarians Without Borders® (LWB) teams up with ITOCA to train librarians, doctors and teachers at the University of Swaziland. Since launch, the LWB program has equipped hundreds of information professionals and researchers