Audiopedia Foundation Blog

  • Sunking Boom and Audiopedia - Let There be Light and Knowledge

    Our Audiopedia Cloud opens up an infinity of possibilities to empower illiterate rural women using MP3 audio. The Sun King Boom portable solar lantern is a great device to use in combination with our contents since it features a nifty MP3 player.

  • Audiopedia in a Ugandan Classroom

    Need to play back our contents to a larger audience, like in a classroom? No problem! Simply plug our solar-powered Audiopedia player to an external loudspeaker, just as our colleague Kora did. 162 students in Bugomola, Uganda are now able to listen to vital knowledge about health, nutrition, family planning and more in their local language Luganda.

  • URIDU selected for Hatch Colab Accelerator in Geneva

    We are thrilled to annouce that URIDU - the non-profit organization behind Audiopedia - has been selected as one of 9 impact ventures to participate in the Hatch CoLab accelerator in Geneva!

  • In the Press: Deutsche Welle

    Deutsche Welle or DW is a German public international broadcaster. The service is available in 30 languages. Deutsche Well published an interesting article about our project in Uganda called "Uganda: Women use the power of knowledge to escape poverty".

  • Our Partners: Fundación Moisés Bertoni

    Established in 1981 in Paraguay, the Moises Bertoni Foundation is a nonprofit organization that specializes in sustainable development. Fundación Moisés Bertoni manages the Mbaracayú UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

  • Empowering Girls to Protect Paraguay's Subtropical Rainforest

    How can we save the last remaining piece of continuous Atlantic rainforest in Paraguay from deforestation in the long term? By educating young rural and indigenous girls! This way they become ambassadors of change in their communities, ensuring a sustainable development.

  • Press Release: Solar-powered MP3 players are improving health promotion for remote indigenous populations in Central Africa

    Annweiler, July 25, 2018: Diarrhea kills 2,195 children every day—more than AIDS, malaria, and measles combined. Most of these deaths are entirely preventable using simple, low-cost interventions.

  • Audiopedia in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

    As part of a private initiative, we provided three solar-powered Audiopedia Players to a hospital in the Democratic republic of the Congo. Here is an assessment of the first three months they have been in use.

  • We have joined the Euro-Mediterranean Women's Foundation

    We are pleased to have joined the network of the Euro-Mediterranean Women's Foundation. Our goal is to drive our engagement in North Africa and the Middle East by connecting with their partner organizations.