Malawi
EIFL in Malawi

EIFL has been working in Malawi since 2001.

We supported the creation of the Malawi Library and Information Consortium (MALICO) , and through this partnership, libraries in Malawi are providing access to a wide range of scholarly e-resources.

In Malawi, EIFL supported the creation of open access repositories and journals, while advocating for open access policies to be introduced. We have also advocated for revisions to the copyright law to enable libraries to better meet the needs of their end users.

Library Consortium Information

Consortium:
Malawi Library and Information Consortium (MALICO)
Type of members:

University libraries, college and polytechnic libraries, research libraries, national libraries and school libraries

Members:
EIFL-Licensed resources:

View the complete list of e-resources that have been negotiated for members of MALICO. For more information please contact the Licensing Coordinator in Malawi. 

Media

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

FACTS

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EIFL started working in Malawi in 2001.

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EIFL works with 22 institutions in Malawi through the library consortium.

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In 2007, with EIFL’s support, MALICO was able to acquire four very small aperture terminal (VSAT) sets to increase internet bandwidth across higher education institutions in Malawi. With higher bandwidth, more libraries and scholars are now able to access and benefit from e-resources.

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