Partners and sponsors
In order to support our activities and advocacy programs within the developing world, including our waiver fund and our Open Access Africa event, BioMed Central is pleased to work with a number of partners and sponsors whose assistance is valuable to ensuring the development and progression of these projects.
Sponsors and partners are able to assist in a number of ways including:
- waiver fund support
- assistance towards our Open Access Africa event
- travel bursaries to researchers within developing countries
- general advocacy support
If your organization would like to become involved with BioMed Central's open access advocacy program, please contact Bev Acreman, Commercial Director for more information.
Our partners and sponsors
EIFL works with libraries worldwide to enable access to digital information in developing and transition countries. EIFL are an international not-for-profit organisation based in Europe with a global network of partners.
AMREF is committed to improving health and health care in Africa. They aim to ensure that every African can enjoy the right to good health by helping to create vibrant networks of informed communities that work with empowered health care providers in strong health systems.
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16 - 18 September 2013, Churchill College, Cambridge University, UK