The Global Resources: Nicaragua guide provides resources to support the global health research of UNC Chapel Hill faculty, staff, and students working on campus and in the field. The guide also addresses the research and clinical needs of non-UNC-CH users in Nicaragua with links to free or low-cost resources.
For additional resources, see the Global Health guide.
The Carolina Digital Repository (CDR) is a digital archive for scholarly materials produced by members of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill community. The main goal of the CDR is to keep UNC digital scholarly output safe, accessible and discoverable for as long as needed.
The CDR supports University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Open Access Policy. Faculty are encouraged to deposit scholarly content into the CDR in order to provide long-term access and ensure the preservation of these materials.
More information about how to deposit materials into the CDR can be found here: "How to Contribute Material"
When you search "Nicaragua" within the CDR, there are over 500 results. View those results here.