Research4Life (R4L) is a public-private partnership of the World Health Organization (WHO), along with major publishers and various other organizations. The partnership’s goal is to reduce the scientific knowledge gap for developing countries by providing free or low cost access to peer reviewed scientific knowledge.
HINARI Access to Research in Health Programme provides access to the major journals in biomedical and related social sciences to local, not-for-profit institutions in developing countries.
This guide provides information about HINARI eligibility and training. It also highlights some free resources and educational material to be found within the HINARI training modules.
HINARI was launched in 2002, and provides access to key databases such as PubMed (full text), Cochrane, CINAHL, and Scopus. It is now one of the primary portals accessed by researchers and clinicians in developing countries.
Watch the video below to see how HINARI is changing health care around the world.
Who is involved and what is provided?
See below to learn more about how HINARI has impacted health care in developing countries. HINARI is also a valuable resource for global health workers from developed countries who collaborate with partners in developing countries.