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HINARI is the Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative. The country lists are based on three factors: Gross National Income (GNI; World Bank figures), United Nations Least Developed Country List, and Human Development Index (HDI).  More information may be found here.


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Healthcare or professional organisations from middle income countries

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Healthcare or professional organisations with members exclusively from HINARI countries

free but we may have to charge a notional fee to cover costs. 

HINARI is the Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative. The country lists are based on three factors: Gross National Income (GNI; World Bank figures), United Nations Least Developed Country List, and Human Development Index (HDI).  More information may be found here.


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HINARI is the Health InterNetwork Access to Research Initiative. The country lists are based on three factors: Gross National Income (GNI; World Bank figures), United Nations Least Developed Country List, and Human Development Index (HDI).  More information and the country list may be found here.

 The World Bank country classifications may be found here

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