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CABI Boosts Contribution to Research4Life with 77 New Titles on Agriculture, Plant and Veterinary Science
Date:9/10/2013

e delighted to offer free resources to the researchers who need it most, through this global open initiative."

"This latest addition of books from CABI's high quality selection is a further generous contribution to AGORA from one of the founder publisher partners," said Stephen Rudgard, AGORA programme manager, FAO. "The collection will be greatly appreciated by users."

Additionally, CABI provides free health-related books to HINARI Access to Research in Health Programme - one of the other four Research4Life Programmes - launched and managed by the World Health Organization (WHO) since 2002 which enables low and middle income countries to gain access to biomedical and health literature.

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Details about eligibility for free access to this information can be found here: http://www.aginternetwork.org/en/about_agora/elegibility.html

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About CABI

CABI is a not for profit organisation that improves people's lives worldwide by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment. Its mission and direction is influenced by its 47 member countries who help guide the activities undertaken as a business. These include scientific publishing, projects and consultancy, information for development and mycological services. CABI's activities contribute directly to achieving Global Development Objectives, particularly those concerned with poverty reduction, environmental sustainability and partnership for development. For more information on CABI go to http://www.cabi.org. CABI Publications and Resources: CABI is a world-leading publisher of bibliographic databases, books, CABI re-index improves searching and retrieval for database products.

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