The Resource Centre offers physical and electronic information focusing on growth and poverty (economics and development); vulnerability and social protection; governance and service provision; environment including climate change and agriculture; gender; and technology including ICTs.

The centre’s services include in-house video and DVD viewing; reference; current awareness and selective dissemination of information; internet surfing; electronic document delivery; remote library catalogue search and access to our virtual library; word processing; photocopying and printing.

The resource centre is free and open to all members of the public.

Opening hours for physical visit is from Tuesday to Friday, from 1000 to 1300 then 1400 to 1700. It remains closed on  weekends and public holidays. Online services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week (24/7).

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Exchange of Publication Arrangement
Our Resource Centre exchanges information material published by REPOA in hard and digital form with other libraries, information and resource centres for free in reciprocity; however, this arrangement does not preclude the receipt of publications from other institutions that are not in this arrangement.

Document Delivery Service
To receive a journal article or a book chapter via e-mail as an attachment, send a request after finding a relevant book chapter and/or journal article after searching our library catalogue and reading an abstract.


E-mail alerts
To receive information on latest additions on your areas of interest instantly via e-mail, register with our library by completing and sending to us a membership form meant for this service only. Once registration is done you will receive a username and password and set alerts yourself using “My Alerts” functionality on our library catalogue. While registered with a help of e-mail alert setting guide you can add, change or remove alerts at his/her own convenience and the setting is limited to titles, subjects and authors.

A request to receive e-mail alerts can also be sent by submitting the Selective Dissemination of Information (SDI) membership form attached below.




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