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Webinar: the Research4Life landscape analysis

To help partners, users and other stakeholders understand the key findings of the Research4Life Landscape and Situation Analysis and discuss the changing research landscape, we are happy to announce an upcoming webinar on Thursday 16 July 2020 from 2-3pm CET / 8-9am ET / 1-2pm BST.

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Access to environmental research in developing nations grown to 1500 institutions in less than three years
Posted in: Press Releases
Amsterdam, 14 May 2009 – Research4Life today announces that the Online Access to Research in the Environment (OARE) program has registered 1500 institutions since its launch in 2006, an increase of nearly 700 percent. This means that scientists, researchers and environmental policy-makers in
Sumawa Project in Kenya's Rift Valley OARE case study
This video offers a case study on the SUMAWA project in Kenyas Rift Valley. Aided by access to research, through the Research4Life initiative, the SUMAWA project is having an impressive impact on the local community, endangered tribes and wildlife in
Sumawa Project in Kenya’s Rift Valley OARE case study
This video offers a case study on the SUMAWA project in Kenyas Rift Valley. Aided by access to research, through the Research4Life initiative, the SUMAWA project is having an impressive impact on the local community, endangered tribes and wildlife in
Research4Life in Nairobi, Kenya
An insight into how Research4Life is benefitting researchers in Nairobi, Kenya.  April 2009   frameborder="0" width="420" height="315">
OARE: Closing the Scientific Information Gap: Interview with Mohamed Atani, UNEP
Mohamed Atani is officer-in-charge of the publishing unit in the Division of Communications and Public Information (DCPI) based at UNEP Headquarters in Nairobi. His main responsibilities included: running UNEP’s Publishing Board; supervising writing and editing, advising UNEP divisions on matters
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Diabetes Post: Closing the information gap: The HINARI, AGORA and OARE programmes
The lack of access to scientific and medical literature has historically been a major challenge in developing countries. In a world that is increasingly digital, effective opportunities now exist for connecting healthcare providers, researchers and policy-makers with online research and
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