The African Digital Health Library (ADHL) is a collaborative effort among medical librarians at 6 universities in sub Saharan Africa. ADHL hosts research carried out in the country and includes theses, dissertations, Ministry of Health reports, etc. Select a Community to browse its selections

Publications from Kenya Methodist University

The African Digital Health Library (ADHL), Kenya node, makes available health-related content ranging from theses, dissertations, from the Health Sciences School. The Kenyan node is managed through the Kenya Methodist University Library and The University of Nairobi.

Publications from University of Science, Techniques and Technology of Bamako

Bibliothèque Numérique Sanitaire du Mali (ADHL Mali) aims to  increase the visibility and usage of malian research output in the health sector. To create a single entry point  that enables users to retrieve  malian health literature The Faculty of Medicine, The Faculty of Pharmacy from Bamako University of Science and Technology with the participation of research centers, departments from the Ministry of health and other institutions  committed to contribute the health related content they are holding and producing.
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Publications from University of Ibadan

The African Digital Health Library (ADHL), University of Ibadan (UI), Nigeria node is an accessible online repository of research output of students and faculty in the College of Medicine, University of Ibadan. The ADHLUI, consists of Ph.D. theses, Master of Public Health (MPH) dissertations and projects from four faculties namely Basic Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Dentistry and Public Health. The repository includes both digitized and born digital theses and dissertations.

Publications from the University of Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwe Digital Health Repository (ZDHR) is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes digital health-related material produced by various health institutions in the country. The Zimbabwe Digital Health Repository (ZDHR) is a project, funded within the auspices of the African Digital Health Library (ADHL), aimed at making available a critical mass of content covering the country’s core health priority areas. The purpose of the project is to create a repository that will enable users (students, researchers, faculty, and health care workers) to access local content in a single search interface in support of research, health education and clinical practice.

Publications from the UON

The ADHL (UoN) node is managed by the University of Nairobi library. It makes available internally generated digital health content available to all users. It adopts an open access policy to all users and the content is freely available and can be shared. Its collection includes; Archives, Books, Conferences/Workshop/seminar/proceedings, Journal articles, Lectures and speeches, Policies/reports, Research papers, Theses and dissertations, University projects/collaborations.

Publications from the University of Zambia

The African Digital Health Library (ADHL), Zambia node, makes available health related content ranging from theses, dissertations, and Ministry of Health reports from Zambia. The Zambian node is managed through the University of Zambia (UNZA) Medical Library.