Hinari Access to Research for Health programme

Hinari Programme set up by WHO together with major publishers, enables low- and middle- income countries to gain access to one of the world's largest collections of biomedical and health literature. Up to 13,000 journals (in 45 different languages), up to 56,000 e-books, up to 120 other information resources are now available to health institutions in more than 115 countries, areas and territories benefiting many thousands of health workers and researchers, and in turn, contributing to improve world health.

Hinari new authentication system is now live
(4 July 2017)

Hinari Access to Research for Health programme and the other Research4Life programmes have launched a new authentication system. This new environment has fixed many of the access problems we have had in recent years, including the issues caused by PubMed’s move to secure web communications.

All previous direct URLs or bookmarks for Hinari or Research4Life programmes should be corrected on your website to the URL provided above.

One MAJOR difference you will note in the new authentication system is that it now allows you to access any of the Research4Life programmes for which your institution has already registered without needing to sign out and reconnect using a different UserID.

If you have questions about the new environment, we encourage you to consult our FAQ.