Reduced inequalities

Science and research are key drivers for positive global societal change. As a partner in the research ecosystem, we have a role to play in reducing inequalities: we work with partners to "empower and promote the social, economic and political inclusion of all, irrespective of age, sex, disability, race, ethnicity, origin, religion or economic or other status".

R4L training

Up-to-date, peer reviewed scientific literature is essential for researchers, physicians and students working in developing countries – but accessing it can be a challenge. To bridge the digital divide, the Research4Life partnership has provided free or low-cost access to research over the past 15 years to publicly-funded institutions in the world’s least resourced countries.

African Journal Partnership Program/Research without Borders

This partnership is driven by the Elsevier Foundation

Local research is essential for local challenges. Research without Borders partners up Elsevier volunteers with the African Journal Partnership Program, an NIH-supported research capacity building initiative for African health journals. Through in depth training and mentoring, we aim to boost the impact, effectiveness and visibility of African research for the African health context.

The Elsevier Foundation-TWAS North South Collaboration in Sustainability