Launch of Digital Access to Research (DAR)

The United Nations Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries, the United Nations in Bhutan and Faculty of Nursing and Public Health launched the Digital Access to Research (DAR) today.
 
The Technology Bank aims “to strengthen the science, technology and innovation capabilities of the world’s least developed countries, so that they are no longer left behind in achieving internationally agreed development goals.”
 
In Bhutan, DAR through Research4Life programmes offers for free access to the highest quality, most up to date scientific information in health, agriculture, environmental sciences, technology and legal information/instruments.

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