Zambia
EIFL in Zambia

EIFL has been working in Zambia since 2001. We supported the creation of the Zambia Library Consortium (ZALICO), and through this partnership, libraries in Zambia are providing access to a wide range of scholarly e-resources.

In Zambia, EIFL has advocated for revisions to the national copyright law to enable libraries to better meet the needs of their end users.

EIFL has also engaged with public libraries in Zambia resulting in an innovative pilot project that is helping libraries to meet the information needs of their communities.

Library Consortium Information

Consortium:
Zambia Library Consortium (ZALICO)
Type of members:

University libraries, college and polytechnic libraries, research libraries and special libraries.

Members:
EIFL-Licensed resources:

View the complete list of e-resourcestechnology products and Article Processing Charges that have been negotiated for members of Zambia Library Consortium (ZALICO). See the full list of all the journals that EIFL has negotiated terms for open access publishing for researchers in Zambia. For more information please contact the Licensing Coordinator in Zambia.  

Media

Feature about EIFL-supported OA projects in Zimbabwe and other countries in Africa

FACTS

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EIFL started working in Zambia in 2001.

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EIFL works with 20 institutions in Zambia through the library consortium.

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