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  1. [eIFL] Licensing programme - Програма ліцензованого доступу до електронних ресурсів

To address the financial barriers that libraries face in providing access to knowledge, the Licensing programme (EIFL-Licensing) continued to negotiate affordable pricing for commercial e-resources. In 2013, we achieved estimated savings of over US$ 183 million for libraries in our partner countries. More than 50 information providers as a partners.

  1. [eIFL] Copyright and Libraries programme Програма "Авторське право у бібліотеках"

In 2013, we were pleased to see that Member States of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) adopted the Marrakesh Treaty to facilitate access to published works by blind, visually impaired and otherwise print disabled people. Copyright and Libraries programme (EIFL-IP) supported eight national campaigns for improved copyright laws for libraries and laid the groundwork to change laws that are out of step with the digital environment.

  1. [eIFL] Open Access programme - Програма відкритого доступу до інформації для академічних і наукових бібліотек

In 2013 the EIFL Open Access programme (EIFL-OA) remained at the forefront of the OA movement, advocating for the free online availability of research literature through our network. The Accelerating Science Award Programme recognised EIFL as one of seven high impact OA advocacy organisations.

  1. [eIFL] Public Library Innovation Programme - Інноваційна програма для публічних бібліотек

The Public Library Innovation Programme (EIFL-PLIP) continued to connect communities to information through public libraries. In 2013, the programme enabled 15 public libraries in Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda to develop innovative technology-based services that improve lives and livelihoods.

  1. [eIFL] Free and Open Source Software programme

In 2013, the Free and Open Source Software programme continued to build awareness and understanding about developments of FOSS applications. The programme encouraged further deployments of FOSS in libraries by publishing case studies and organising webinars.