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  Scholarly Journal Document Delivery Support Services for Developing Countries
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  • electronic Journals Delivery Service (eJDS) Programme
    The electronic Journals Delivery Service (eJDS) Programme is geared to facilitate free access to current scientific literature. The goal is to distribute individual scientific articles via email to scientists in institutions in Third World countries that do not have access to sufficient bandwidth to download material from the Internet in a timely manner and/or cannot afford the connection.
  • African Journals OnLine (AJOL)
    AJOL offers a free document delivery service for developing countries. There is a document delivery fee for requestors outside of developing countries.
  • Electronic Supply of Academic Publications to and from universities in developing regions' (ESAP)
    A project of the International Association of University Presidents (IAUP) in cooperation with the International Federation of Catholic Universities (IFCU), SAP aims to set up a sustainable electronic document delivery systems for scholarly publications between universities in the North and the South as well as on a South-South basis, and thus assist in the supply of academic publications to as well as from the developing world.
  • A Library in your Letterbox: The GDN/BLDS Document Delivery Service
    Accessing the latest development knowledge is a key challenge for many researchers in developing and transition countries. Recognising these challenges, the Global Development Network and the British Library of Development Studies (BLDS) have teamed up to bring GDN/BLDS Document Delivery service to meet the information needs of research institutes in the South.
  • International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications(INASP)/Programme for the Enhancement of Research Information (PERI)
    This network provides access to scientific and scholarly information through electronic means. It includes more than 10,700 full-text online journals, current awareness databases, and document delivery of major scientific, technical, medical, social science, and humanities materials from a wide range of sources. For more information contact
  • FreeForAll
    Free for all is an international collaboration of libraries whose mission is to provide underserved nations with health science journal articles for free.
"Please note that this is not an exhaustive list. We welcome suggestions from the readers to make the list more comprehensive."
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