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FAO Press Release: Bridging the information gap in agriculture
AGORA makes online scientific literature available to over 100 poor countries – Tenth anniversary celebrated in Rome 16 September 2013, Rome – AGORA, a programme that brings key scientific literature on food, agriculture and related fields to students, researchers and scientists,
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
CABI Boosts Contribution to Research4Life with 77 New Titles on Agriculture, Plant and Veterinary Science
Access to Research in the Developing World Press Release 10 September 2013 – CAB International (Centre for Agricultural Bioscience International) announced today they will be provide free access to 77 recently published CABI books through Research4Life, a global UN-publisher initiative providing
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
Research4Life Newsletter July 2013
Table of Contents Note from the Editor Competition Update and Winner: Librarians Share Impact Experiences from Research4Life Research4Life Reaches Milestone of 35,000 Scholarly Resources Celebrating AGORA’s 10th Anniversary in Rome at our Partner Meeting Announcing the new Research4Life Advisory Council
Research4Life Announces Winner of “Unsung Heroes” Library Impact Competition
Onan Mulumba, of Makerere University, is awarded First Prize in the global case study competition to raise awareness about the essential role of librarians powering research in developing countries.   London, United Kingdom 1 July 2013 – The Research4Life partnership
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
Research4Life Reaches Milestone of 35,000 Free and Low Cost Peer Reviewed Resources for Developing World
Publisher partnership continues to add new journals, books and databases for researchers and doctors through HINARI, AGORA, OARE, and ARDI programmes London, United Kingdom – London, 5th June 2013 – The Research4Life partners announced today that the total number of
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Beyond the 2015 Horizon: Research4Life’s Current Strategic Plan
Our first strategic plan for Research4Life as a whole, The Path to 2015, was produced in 2006 and was based on the findings and recommendations of the previous year’s user and infrastructure reviews. Our latest plan, Beyond the 2015 Horizon,
Learn more about ARDI, Research4Life’s programme for Development and Innovation
ARDI (Access to Research for Development and Innovation) is coordinated by the World Intellectual Property Organization together with its partners in the publishing industry with the aim to promote the integration of developing and least developed countries into the global
Learn more about ARDI, Research4Life's programme for Development and Innovation
ARDI (Access to Research for Development and Innovation) is coordinated by the World Intellectual Property Organization together with its partners in the publishing industry with the aim to promote the integration of developing and least developed countries into the global
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