Amplio Talking Books will share information on women’s land rights as part of Landesa’s ongoing work in Liberia.
“Songs are part of our everyday life here in northern Ghana,” says Fidelis Da-Uri, senior content manager at Literacy Bridge Ghana. Da-Uri shares how he uses music and song to strengthen SBCC messaging for Talking Books.
The new Talking Book prototype will work with rechargeable batteries and feature an Arm-based microprocessor. Amplio’s senior software design engineer Bill Evans discusses the design improvements and challenges.
Well-crafted audio content can increase the likelihood of knowledge retention and behavior adoption. So how do you develop effective content to ensure great results?
The World Bank highlighted the Talking Book as one of the simple and effective technologies for social inclusion and communication around COVID-19.
Amplio staff have been working from home since early March. We’re bringing you these profiles to share a little bit of our lives during this time.
During Amplio’s April webinar on our COVID-19 response in north Ghana, our local partners weighed in. Here are some of their project updates and insights on local health issues and how to adapt in trying times.
Amplio’s April 23 webinar on COVID-19 response in media-dark, rural remote communities generated questions from around the world. Here are our answers!
Talking Books will be used by community health workers in north Ghana to deliver information on COVID-19 prevention. Amplio is partnering with LBG, Ghana Health Services, and UNICEF to implement the project.
How UNICEF Ghana's Talking Book program impacted hygiene and sanitation knowledge in rural communitiesAmplio and and its affiliate Literacy Bridge Ghana (LBG) partnered with UNICEF Ghana to promote key family practices for child health and development, including...
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