EIFL in Cambodia

EIFL has been working in Cambodia since 2003. We supported the creation of the Cambodia Electronic Information for Libraries Consortium (Cam-eIFL),  and through this partnership, libraries in Cambodia are providing access to a wide range of scholarly e-resources.

In Cambodia, EIFL has provided a support service to raise awareness of library copyright issues, and to assist with copyright questions.

EIFL also engaged with a community library in Cambodia resulting in an innovative pilot project that is helping libraries meet the information needs of their communities.

Library Consortium Information

Cambodia Electronic Information for Libraries Consortium (Cam-eIFL)
Type of members:

University libraries, research libraries, public and special libraries.

EIFL-Licensed resources:

View the complete list of e-resources that have been negotiated for members of Cam-eIFL. For more information please contact the Licensing coordinator for Cambodia.

Information for Country Coordinators:
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EIFL started working in Cambodia in 2003.


EIFL works with 18 institutions in Cambodia through the library consortium.


In 2010, EIFL supported Lveate Centrestone Public Library in creating an oral history archive project that interviewed Lveate villagers about experiences under the brutal regime of Pol Pot.



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