About IPHC-E Resource Center
IPHC-E-Resource Center is a unique source of information on primary health care, community health, public health, and related fields. The Resource Center is available to the Institute’s trainees, trainers, health program designers, health implementers, policymakers, students, and anyone else working in, or interested in, these areas.
IPHC-E Resource Center is a unique source of information on primary health care, community health, public health and related fields. The Resource Center is available to the Institute’s trainees, trainers, health program designers, health implementers, policy makers, students and anyone else working in, or interested in, these areas.
The objective of IPHC-E Resource Center is to systematically collect, archive and disseminate useful information on recent advances in primary health care. By doing so, the RC contributes to:
Resources available in the Resource Center are mainly electronic materials and will serve the needs of users.
Directory of Health Organizations
Some multimedia resources on the health extension program of Ethiopia and primary health care services of other low and middle income countries available in this specialized webpage. There are also multimedia from international sources with focus on primary health care, community health, health system, health service delivery, and more.
Guidelines and Policies On How To Use The Resource Center
The IPHC-E Resource Center is available to anyone via the Internet. The Resource Center, located at EPHI National Training Center also provides a walk-in service for the public on weekdays: mornings: 9 am – 12 pm and afternoons: 2 pm – 4 pm.
Loans are made for staff, trainers, trainees and Resource Center members. Books and journals are allowed for a period of two weeks with overdue fines of Ethiopian Birr (ETB) 1.00 a day for one week, ETB 2 a day for 2 weeks and ETB 3.00 a day for 3 weeks. Reference materials cannot be removed from the Resource Center.
For times required beyond the normal loan period renewal is possible provided another user has not reserved the material in advance. Renewal may be arranged via the Integrated Library Management System of the Catalog webpage.
Members have to pay for resources lost or damaged while in their possession.
For more information please contact the Resource Center Advisor at email@example.com
The IPHC-E Resource Center aims to create links between libraries and resource centers whose objectives are the same or related. In this way, users can be served more efficiently by providing links to the resources available in other organizations. The Resource Center has developed ‘Resource sharing policy’ and ‘Inter library loan policy‘ to facilitate information exchange and resource sharing culture.Interested organizations may contact the Resource Center staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or 251 118 279 947 For resource sharing arrangement.
The IPHC-E Resource Center follows the ‘Open Access’ movement. See IPHC-E’s Open Access Policy for more information. The open access documents include: strategies, guidelines, reports, presentations, conference/workshop proceedings, research papers and unpublished work from IPHC-E and partner organizations. Where possible, full text material is provided for the purpose of free access without charge. All materials under the Repository are provided “as is” and the Resource Center does not make any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of any such materials. You are permitted to read, download and print for non-commercial purposes and for any other lawful non-commercial purpose. You must give appropriate credit to the attribution parties.
Complaints about the inclusion of an item in the Resource Center should be sent in writing to email@example.com. Please include your full contact details, the bibliographic details of the item and the reason for the complaint.
Get In Touch
National training center, 2nd floor, #003
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia