Amplio Ghana delivers Talking Book programs in Ghana and West Africa. We can partner with you and your team every step of the way.
Partnering on Locally-Led Solutions for Sustainable Development
Amplio Ghana partners with government agencies, local NGOs, and international development organizations to plan and deliver programs in the hardest-to-reach rural communities. We use the Amplio Talking Book —
a battery-powered audio device designed for low-literate users.
Services & Consulting
Amplio Ghana offers a range of services, from technology setup and training to Talking Book program design and implementation.
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Program Planning and Field Implementation
Technology Training and Technical Support
Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC)
Content Design and Audio Production
Monitoring and Evaluation
*including field surveys
Community Dialogue and Group Facilitation
Partnering for Impact
Some of the partners we work with include Ghana Health Service, the Ministry of Food and Agriculture, UNICEF, CARE, VSO, Esoko, Savana Signatures, AGRA, MEDA, and World Cocoa Foundation.
“The Talking Book builds up so much trust. Community members now have access to clear health messages in their own language, and they are learning and sharing that information with others.”
Florence Angsomwine, Jirapa Municipal Health Director,
Ghana Health Service
A Multi-Sector Solution
Most of our partners are working on multi-sector projects. With the Talking Book, we can share knowledge about many topics and address cross-cutting issues, including gender equality and sustainability.
Climate Change Adaption and Resilience
Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health (MNCH)
Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment
Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health
Shared Household Decision Making
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH)
We work with subject experts, musicians, and theater groups to create messages, including songs, dramas, and interviews. Our team has produced content in over a dozen languages, including Dagaare, Sissali, Brifor, Dagbani, Twi, and Ghanaian English.
We work with communities to promote learning, inclusion, and engagement. We want to see the hard work of smallholder farmers and rural families lead to better income, health, and education.
Amplio Ghana News & Stories
Contact Amplio Ghana
Curious about Talking Books? Contact us! We're happy to discuss your project and do a demo. We have offices in Wa and Tamale.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org, text, or call.
Amplio Ghana is registered with the Registrar General’s Department (No: CG059762020) and the Department of Social Welfare (No: 9582) to operate as a non-profit organization in Ghana. TIN: C0049446894