Countries with free access
The low income and low-middle income countries detailed below are entitled to FREE access to our sites. They include the 113 developing countries, areas and territories included in the HINARI initiative. There is no need to subscribe to access the full text in the countries listed below, they will automatically qualify for free access.
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NB IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The software that enables this procedure relies on information contained in the IP address of your internet server. Some internet service providers (ISPs) route their traffic through servers which are NOT in your country. If this country is not on the list of countries below then access will be refused. Visitors experiencing access problems are asked to check the country of origin of their ISP before contacting BMJ Group for help. In particular, the above information applies to users of AOL amongst others.
Countries whose institutions are eligible for free access (GNP per capita < $1000):
|Central African Republic||Chad||Comoros|
|Congo||Côte d'Ivoire||Democratic Republic of Congo|
|Kiribati||Kyrgyzstan||Lao People's Democratic Republic|
|Nigeria||Papua New Guinea||Republic of Moldova|
|Rwanda||Sao Tome and Principe||Senegal|
|Sierra Leone||Solomon Islands||Somalia|
|Ukraine||United Republic of Tanzania||Uzbekistan|
Countries whose institutions are eligible for free access (GNP per capita $1000-$3000):
|Cape Verde||El Salvador||Equatorial Guinea|
|Federated States of Micronesia||Fiji||Guatemala|
|Jamaica||Kazakhstan||Kosovo (Serbia and Montenegro)|
|Paraguay||Saint Vincent and the Grenadines||Samoa (Western)|
|Serbia and Montenegro||Suriname||Swaziland|
|The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||Tonga||Vanuatu|
|Wallis and Fortuna||West Bank and Gaza|