INASP developed a practical workshop for Commonwealth scholars studying in the UK, to highlight the resources available to them when they return to their home institutions and encourage them to be champions for the work of their institutional libraries in enabling access.
In order to increase access to and use of information by the public, INASP was asked to work with national and public library associations in Africa to enable the development of strategic and work plans, training and the research and publication of newsletters, reports and books.
The University of Asmara in Eritrea commissioned INASP to undertake procurement of publications and library equipment on its behalf via a two-year contract covering management and disbursement of funds provided by a range of funders
Launched by INASP and African Journals Online, Journal Publishing Practices and Standards (JPPS) is a unique framework for providing accreditation and support for journals in the Global South hosted on the Journals Online platforms.
INASP partnered with the University of Dodoma in Tanzania on a gender sensitization workshop in response to concerns about gender inequalities within the institution. This led to a Gender Mainstreaming in Higher Education Toolkit, and gender mainstreaming within the university.
AuthorAID supports early-career researchers in low- and middle-income countries to find mentors who can help them progress in their careers, and to help researchers find collaborators and support successful collaboration.
INASP partners with national library consortia to facilitate affordable access to research. INASP negotiates with publishers to provide researchers and libraries in developing countries with the research content they need at affordable prices.