Access to information makes a difference. A librarian in Myanmar is modernizing the way of delivering literature to students, a physiotherapist in Ethiopia is finding better ways to treat his patients, and a researcher in Zimbabwe is tackling the burden of diabetes. These are just some of the many stories we hear from Research4Life users. Discover more below.
“We are very pleased to get this opportunity. Our College is grateful to Research4lLife for allowing to access to research, and our institution’s staff and students will be privileged to utilise this opportunity to also contribute to the world’s knowledge and experience.“
– Ethiopia, University
“I believe that becoming members of Research4Life will create an avenue through which our staff will benefit a great deal in their areas of operation through research, and thereby creating new knowledge for the benefit of the country as a whole.“
– Kenya, Vocational Training
“I would like to thank the entire HINARI team for helping individuals like us in developing countries. I am trying to write a case report on a young patient who had an impaled steel rod on his brain, whom we treated successfully. Had it not been for HINARI we couldn’t have planned a successful procedure on him.“
– Nepal, Teaching Hospital
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