• In the Press: La Repubblica

    La Repubblica, a leading Italian newspaper, published very nice article about our project named "L’MP3 non è morto, in Africa serve a salvare milioni di vite" which translated into: "MP3 is not dead, in Africa it serves to save millions of lives".


  • In the Press: Springwise

    The Springwise innovation spotting network is powered by a unique and trusted community of global Springspotters in over 190 countries around the world, alongside over 70,000 newsletter subscribers. 

  • In the Press: The Next Web

    The Next Web (TNW), a tech news website and annual series of conferences focused on new technology and start-up companies writes about our project.

  • Welcome to our new Office

    We finally managed it - we moved into our new office! Now we are located in a little town in Germany: Annweiler-Gräfenhausen.

  • In the Media: TASS (Russia)

    TASS is the largest Russian news agency and one of the largest news agencies worldwide, along with Reuters, the Associated Press (AP) and Agence France-Presse (AFP). They published an article about us as part of their Plus One project. +1 (Plus One) is a communication project that talks about leadership practices in the field of social and environmental responsibility.

  • Bringing Health Education to 3840 rural women in Tanzania

    Our project in Tanzania is developing very nicely. Our local partner New Dawn Development is proceeding with the distribution of 500 MP3forLife Players to almost 4000 rural women. We are receiving very positive feedback from women and government officials.


  • 830 women die every day because of pregnancy-related problems

    The Millennium Development Goal 5 of reducing maternal mortality worldwide by 75 % between 1990 and 2015, unfortunately, could not be reached. Although progress has been made, in 2015 about 303.000 women worldwide died from complications related to pregnancy or childbirth. This means 830 women died every day.

  • Volunteer Stories: Thao from Vietnam

    Audiopedia would be nothing without its volunteers. We would like to introduce you to some of them with our "Volunteer Stories". This one is about Thao from Vietnam.


  • Kicking off our Pilot Project in Tanzania

    From September 3rd to September 9th, 2016, we visited Dar es Salaam to launch our Audiopedia pilot project in Tanzania. Our partner organization New Dawn Development - managed by Ms. Jackline Mashauri - had prepared a kick-off event on September 4th to introduce the project to all local stakeholders.