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Overcoming challenges to research access in Sri Lanka

Vasanthi Thevanesam (University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka)

Health research in Bangladesh: how publishers make a difference to development by working together with libraries and consortia

Dr Md. Nazim Uddin (icddr,b, formerly known as International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh) and Farzana Sultana (PhD Scholar, Dept. of Information Science and Library Management, University of Dhaka)

Stories and case studies of access to resources leading to effective research

Dr Siân Harris (Publications and Engagement Manager, INASP)

Navigating the OA landscape: reflections from a multi-country consortium of NGOs

Dr Nilam Ashra-McGrath (COMDIS-Health Service Delivery Research Programme)

What researchers tell us: the challenges of communicating research in developing countries

Jennifer Chapin (Programme Manager, Research and Communication, AuthorAID) and Andy Nobes (Programme Officer, Research Development and Support, INASP)

Raising the bar: rethinking the role of business in sustainable development

Ruth Mhlanga (Oxfam)

In for the Long Term: Springer Nature and Developing Country Initiatives

Alan Harris (SpringerNature)

Working in partnership for knowledge exchange: Reflections from Taylor & Francis

Janet Remmington (Taylor & Francis Group)

Becoming Drivers of Change: Sierra Leone Academic Libraries at an Inflection Point

Miriam Conteh-Morgan (University of Sierra Leone)

KLISC a Catalyst for Quality University Education

Dr Beatrice Odera-Kwach (Commission for University Education, Kenya)

Advancing agricultural research and innovation for national development – the role of Kenya Libraries and Information Services Consortium (KLISC)

Humphrey Keah (Kenya Library and Information Services Consortium)

The Role of Consortia in Strengthening and Transforming Research

Kathy Matsika (Zimbabwe University Libraries Consortium)

Information: A vital resource for Research

Margaret Sraku-Lartey (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries of Ghana)

Caplor Horizons- a unique contribution?

Usha Ladwa-Thomas (Caplor Horizons adviser)  

 

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