Amplio Ghana provides Talking Book program services and consulting.
Amplio Ghana partners with government agencies, international organizations, and local NGOs to design and run Talking Book programs. Our team are experts in program implementation and can support your project every step of the way. We work closely with community stakeholders to create positive social change.
Our services include:
- Talking Book technology training and support
- Program design and implementation
- Social and behavior change communication
- Audio content planning and production
- Monitoring and evaluation, including field surveys
- Community dialogue and group facilitation
Read about our partnership with UNICEF Ghana and Ghana Health Service to facilitate behavior change in rural communities.
Amplio Ghana produces local language audio content for Talking Book programs.
Designing Audio Content
We work with subject matter experts, as well as musicians and local theater groups, to design culturally-relevant content that informs and engages listeners to adopt new knowledge and healthy behaviors. Message formats include interviews, songs, dramas, and endorsements. We often challenge the status quo with humor. Our team has produced content in over a dozen languages, including Dagaare, Sissali, Brifor, Dagbani, Kusaal, Moar, Kassem, Mampruli, Twi, English, and French.
Working On Cross-Cutting Issues
Talking Books can be applied as a stand-alone solution or integrated as a strategy for a currently existing program. The device can hold hours of content, with multiple topics and playlists. We frequently partner on projects that address cross-cutting issues and sectors, from sustainable agriculture and food security, to maternal and child health, to women’s livelihood development, and more.
Here are some of the partners we have worked with in Ghana and beyond.
Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA)
Ghana Health Service
Ghana Births and Deaths Registry
Ministry of Food and Agriculture (MOFA)
Mennonite Economic Development Association (MEDA)
Tumu Deanery Rural Integration Development Program
World Cocoa Foundation
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
Amplio Ghana has offices in Wa and Tamale. Get in touch!
+233 (0) 392029971
+233 (0) 392029876
+233 (0) 200335068
Monday – Friday
8:30AM – 5:30PM
Post Office Box 216
Wa, Upper West Region
House No. 881
Tamale, Northern Region
1904 3rd Ave, Ste #417
Seattle, WA 98101