In Kenya, Centre for Behaviour Change and Communication (CBCC) used Talking Books to train and support community health volunteers (CHVs) for a USAID-funded project called Afya Timiza. Intervention sites experienced a 110% increase in the number of pregnant women participating in ANC visits.
New country director Gumah Tiah brings fresh perspective to Amplio affiliate Literacy Bridge Ghana’s Talking Book programs and partnerships.
In July, Amplio senior program manager, Ryan Forbes Morris, and executive director, Cliff Schmidt, participated in the launch of the Niger Smart Villages project. The government-led initiative aims to digitally connect 15,000 villages to the Internet and e-services.
An interview with Karen Walsh: How MEDA’s Greater Rural Opportunities for Women (GROW) project used Talking Books to train and empower over 23,000 women famers to improve food security and nutrition for their families in Upper West Ghana.
In Kenya, Centre for Behavior Change and Communication is using Talking Books to train and support community health volunteers (CHVs) for Nutrition International's Right Start Initiative, a multi-faceted initiative to reach over 100 million women and girls with...
Literacy Bridge is now Amplio! Why did we change our name? Here’s the short answer: “People overwhelmingly assumed we worked in the formal education sector,” says founder and executive director Cliff Schmidt. “Our name was confusing to potential partners and...