The World Health Organization updates Research4Life and AGORA eligibility maps for 2022

04/03/2022

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently updated the Research4Life and AGORA eligibility maps for the current year, displaying the adjustments made in Group A and Group B countries. Local, not-for-profit institutions from Group A and Group B countries may register for free or low-cost access to ten of thousands of peer-reviewed international scientific journals, publications, and databases through Research4Life.

The update also includes a map with the total number of Research4Life and AGORA registered institutions per country for 2022. Eligible categories of institutions are: national universities, professional schools (medicine, agriculture, pharmacy, public health, engineering, etc.), research institutes, teaching hospitals and healthcare centers, government offices, national libraries, agricultural extension centers and local non-governmental organizations.

Currently, there are nearly 7,000 Research4Life registered institutions from Group A countries and nearly 11,000 Research4Life registered institutions from Group B countries. To learn more about Research4Life and AGORA eligibility and access visit Research4Life.org