LOW-INCOME COUNTRY MEMBERSHIP
In an effort to reach out to the international community and attract members from across the globe, ASABE is offering reduced, e-mail only memberships to people from low income countries. We extend an invitation to join ASABE through a special dues promotion for members from low-income, low-middle income and upper-middle income countries as defined by the World Bank based on per capita income. To determine if you are eligible, please refer to the following list of countries and corresponding dues rates. You must be a national living and working in your home country to qualify for these special dues rates.
Membership is by e-mail only. Members will receive full benefits including ASABE's newest benefit - electronic access to all technical publications including all peer-reviewed journals, standards, annual meeting papers, conference pro-ceedings, textbooks and monographs. Soon after joining ASABE you will receive a welcome packet with certificate, pin and member card. ASABE's monthly magazine, Resource, may be accessed through the ASABE member-only pages.
ASABE's dues are invoiced annually and are based on the calendar year. The dues structure US$21, US$47 or US$75 - is based on the World Bank's income classifications, your national origin and whether you are living and working in that country.
For further information, please contact Mark Crossley.
Ready to join ASABE? Please access applications here.
People from the following countries are eligible for an e-mail only membership of US$21.00 annually.
Central African Republic
Congo, Dem. Rep.
Lower-Middle Income Economies
People from the following countries are eligible for an e-mail only membership of US$47.00 annually.
Papua New Guinea
Sao Tome & Principe
West Bank & Gaza
Upper-Middle Income Economies
People from the following countries are eligible for an e-mail only membership of US$75.00 annually.
Bosnia & Herzegovina
St. Vincent & the Grenadines