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Librarians Without Borders® Partnerships

Association for Health Information and Libraries in Africa (AHILA)

AHILA aims to:Improve the provision of up-to-date and relevant information to health and medical workers in Africa; encourage the professional development of librarianship; promote the development of resource-sharing and exchange of experiences and information among African health information professionals; and promote the development, standardisation, and exchange of national databases of medical and health literature produced in the African countries in the form of an African Index Medicus.

Canadian Health Libraries Association / Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada (CHLA/ABSC)

The mission of the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada is to improve health and health care by promoting excellence in access to information.

European Association for Health Information and Libraries (EAHIL)

The European Association for Health Information and Libraries is an active professional association uniting and motivating librarians and information officers working in medical and health science libraries in Europe. EAHIL encourages professional development, improves cooperation and enables exchanges of experience amongst its members. The association counts about 1000 members from about 30 European countries.

German Working Group (ARBEITSGEMEINSCHAFT FÜR MEDIZINISCHES BIBLIOTHEKSWESEN (AGMB)

Health Libraries Australia (HLA) of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)

HLA is the national professional organisation representing librarians and information professionals working in all health sectors including: hospitals and other clinical facilities, research institutes, regulatory agencies, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, government departments, regional health services, professional colleges, universities, cooperative research centres, not-for-profit and community organisations, and parts of public library services.

Korean Medical Librarians Association (KMLA)

The Korean Medical Librarians Association was established by five medical college libraries in 1968. KMLA is comprised of 183 libraries in Korea.

Mexican Library Association (Asociación Mexicana de Bibliotecarios, A.C., AMBAC)

Originally founded in 1954 as the Mexican Association of Librarians, AMBAC is the oldest and largest library association in Mexico. Its main objectives are the professional development of its members and the promotion and development of libraries, library service and librarianship in Mexico. It currently has a large number of partners, both personal and institutional, foreign and domestic.

Nigerian Medical Library Association (NG/MLA)

The Nigerian Medical Library Association was established in 2010. Its mission is to enhance health through information.

Taiwan Medical Library Association

Taiwan Medical Library Association (TMLA) was founded in 1978. The mission of TMLA is to promote cooperation and exchanges among medical libraries. In recent years, TMLA is more committed in facilitating medical librarianship, and actively participating in exchanges and cooperation among international medical libraries.

Japan Medical Library Association (JMLA)

JMLA was established the National Medical College Library Association in 1927, an organization of institutional members. It was reformed as the JMLA in 2003 and began accepting individual members. The mission of JMLA is to contribute to the progress of health, medicine and related areas by promoting health sciences library activities and enocuraging research and development of medical nad health information so that patrons can access and build advanced medical knowledge.