Feedback from users
Somalia, December 2016
"Thank you very much for giving us the permission to use HINARI. We have found this a very helpful resource both in providing patient care, with teaching nursing and medical students, and with conducting clinical research."
St. Vincent and the Grenadines, November 2016
"Thank you for the opportunity to be a part of such a great program."
Zimbabwe, November 2016
"I am grateful to the work and services you are providing to countries in low income resources particularly In making research results available to the scientific community and policy makers. As a librarian for one of the central hospitals in a developing country, I need skills in e-resources management and access."
Fiji, October 2016
"I want also thank you for the continues support. Our student and staff use the HINARI resources very serious in their study and research."
Nigeria, October 2016
"I hope pray and hope that in 2017 more publishers will be willing to give access to their contents to countries like mine. Right now we have limited access and if more publishers opt out our researchers, students and health workers will be starved of needed information."
Ghana, September 2016
"On behalf of my centre we wish to express our profound appreciation for granting us rights to your great resource. This health research tool will enhance the delivery of better clinical care and evidence based care, as well as acting as an attractor in establishing and maintaining a high quality, professional workforce. Thank you very much for your cooperation."
Nepal, August 2016
"Thanks Hinari. I can't think of life without Hinari. Thank you and keep helping us."
Republic of Moldova, August 2016
"I will engage to promote Research4Life programmes in our country and to help institutions to register to these wonderful and useful resources!"
Liberia, June 2016
"Thanks so much for your contribution to the educational system of our country-Liberia. We are so much grateful and will need more support and information as time goes on."
Timor-Leste, June 2016
"Summon is nice and I called this HINARI goggle."
Rwanda, June 2016
"We are continuing the promotion of hinari usage it is our main trusted evidence based healthcare database."
Bhutan, June 2016
"We thank you for providing us the access and it will have an immense value to our researchers and students at the Institute."
Vietnam, June 2016
"Thank you for supporting our colleagues, scientists of our hospital for accessing into journal papers, the Hinari Library."
Iraq, May 2016
"We would like to thank you for your support and the unlimited contributions for developing the educational system."
Cameroon, May 2016
"Access will eneable medical staff to read through publications to improve practice, teach and enable us doing reseach."
Honduras, April 2016
"Honduras has been making efforts to extend the HINARI access where it is more needed. However, this is always a challenge and it is limited by barriers such as internet access, computer availabilty, power availability, printing supplies, among others. The HINARI platform is in Spanish which greatly contributes to its access."
Zambia, April 2016
"We're grateful for this opportunity and hope to actively contribute to research."
Nigeria, March 2016
"This goes to confirm the immense contributions of HINARI in providing access to qualitative resource to LMICs. Congrats to the team."
Somalia, March 2016
"HINARI is very essential for this institution to meet up with the demands of her academic students and staff and regularly update their knowledge through Hinari for free. Special thanks to all those who initiated this project."
Iraq, January 2016
"Thank you. We appreciate that as this website is helpful to our doctors and postgraduates medical students."