Amplio Ghana

The Amplio Ghana team delivers Talking Book programs in Ghana and West Africa. We can partner with you every step of the way.

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Talking Book experts in Ghana

Amplio Ghana has been delivering Talking Book programs for over a decade. We partner with government agencies, NGOs, and international development organizations to design, launch, and implement Talking Book programs. Together, we work across many sectors, including agriculture, health, education, nutrition, WASH, livelihood development, and women's empowerment. Our team works closely with local stakeholders and communities to create positive social and behavioral change.

 

Our services include:

 

  • Program planning and implementation

  • Technology training and support

  • Social and behavior change strategies

  • Audio content design and production

  • Monitoring and evaluation, including field surveys

  • Community dialogue and group facilitation

Amplio Ghana previously did business as Literacy Bridge Ghana and become an Amplio country office in 2020.

We have offices in Wa and Tamale. Get in touch with us!

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Relevant Content 

We work with local stakeholders, subject-matter experts, musicians, and theater groups to create engaging audio content, including songs, dramas, and interviews. 

Capacity Building

We offer custom training and support services to strengthen project teams and help build capacity through new skills and knowledge.

 

CONSULTING SERVICES

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Collaborative Partnerships

We work closely with local NGOs, government agencies, and leading international development organizations to design and deliver Talking Book programs that make an impact.  

 

SEE OUR PARTNERS

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“The Talking Book is a successful digital development tool, and it builds up so much trust. Community members have access to clear health messages in their own language, and they are learning and sharing that information with others.” 

Florence Angsomwine, Director, Jirapa Municipal Health Directorate, Ghana Health Service

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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.