Volunteering in the Language Space

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 Lucy from Nigeria. As an indigenous language activist she has actively participated in series of projects and campaigns that promote and create visibility for African-related contents, enhanced African-related articles, created Wikidata items and promoted visibility for African Scholars on the online encyclopedia.

  • Volunteering in the Language Space

    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 Lucy from Nigeria. As an indigenous language activist she has actively participated in series of projects and campaigns that promote and create visibility for African-related contents, enhanced African-related articles, created Wikidata items and promoted visibility for African Scholars on the online encyclopedia.

  • Create a Fundraiser for the Audiopedia Movement

    The mission of the Audiopedia Movement  is to empower marginalized women through accessible knowledge. To achieve this, we rely on the support of generous donors and partners who share our vision of a world where everyone has equal access to education and information.

  • Volunteer Stories: Victoria from the United States

    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 Victoria from the United States.

  • Supporting Audiopedia on your Campus

    Audiopedia’s goal is to provide vital health knowledge to women in rural areas around the world, but we can’t do it alone. With your help, we can increase awareness around women’s empowerment, health literacy, and gender equality. You can help generate a global change!

  • Become a Volunteer Translator for Audiopedia

    This is the first time ever, that we can achieve to deliver essential knowledge to every rural woman on this planet. No matter what language she speaks or if she can read or write. This is made possible by technology - and by your valuable contribution as a volunteer translator. With your help we can translate basic health knowledge and life skills into languages they have never been translated before. And we can help rural women to live a healthier and happier life.

  • Create a Facebook Fundraiser for Audiopedia

    Did you know that you can fundraise for Audiopedia on Facebook with just a few clicks? We qualify for Facebook fundraising and donation tools though URIDU, the non-profit organization that created Audiopedia. 

  • Volunteer Stories: Abantika from India

    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 Abantika from India. She is an undergraduate student from the city of Kolkata pursuing her Bachelors in Microbiology.

  • Volunteer Stories: Memy from Rwanda

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