In the News: Tabi Labo (Japan)

In the News: Tabi Labo (Japan)

Tabi Labo, a leading Japanese mobile news platform with more than 9 million readers featured an extensive article about our project. 


Audio player to support women in developing countries

Education is indispensable for a better life. However, there are many people in the world who have not been given the opportunity for various reasons. One of them is that there is no power supply.

So, the German company "URIDU" devised an audio player that works only with sunlight. This "URIDU Player" was developed to support women living in developing African countries. It is an attempt to support them who cannot read characters or have difficulty accessing general information due to lack of Internet environment. It includes over 400 questions and answers, including health and nutrition, family planning, childcare and work safety, and is translated and recorded by native speakers in their native language.

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