URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-07-06 19:02:12 +0200
Maligayang Pagdating! Uridu.com is now also available in Filipino. Check out all the languages we cover on our mobile friendly website at www.uridu.com Please SHARE to spread the word and help us find new volunteer translators! Info about our volunteer translation project is available here: http://www.uridu.org/volunteer/
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-07-06 14:36:36 +0200
Nice campaign, nice video! The Global Sustainable Development Goals established by the UN will only ever be achieved if governments, businesses and communities invest in girls and women. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZQ2RUFd54o
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-06-21 18:34:18 +0200
Today we visited a women's shelter on the outskirts of Marrakech. They are doing a fantastic job by supporting and empowering women escaping violent or abusive situations, such as rape and domestic violence. We will collaborate with the association by distributing our URIDU Player to rural women in their area. And we will also provide psychological training to their staff. Thanks to the contribution of some dear friends we were able to donate 40 kg of children's clothing for the 12 toddlers that live in the shelter with their mothers.
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-06-20 17:18:07 +0200
Today we visited a fantastic project to empower disadvantaged women through culinary skills in Marrakech, Morocco. And yes, we took a cooking class, too! A big thank you to Oumaima and her team at Amal (https://www.facebook.com/AmalNonProfit/). Check out their homepage here: amalnonprofit.org - and be sure to pay them a visit if you are planning a stay in Morocco! Great people, great food!
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-06-16 14:09:31 +0200
Chào đón! URIDU.COM is now available in Vietnamese, too! Thank you very much to all of you who made this possible. Remember: you can help making URIDU accessible in even more languages by inviting your friends to our online volunteer translation project: http://www.uridu.org/volunteer/
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-06-09 16:48:27 +0200
Share an article! We made it easier for everybody to share the content from uridu.com on Facebook. Now there is a share button on every single article. Check it out with this beautiful topic: "Am I less important than a boy?" - in your local language: English: http://www.uridu.com/en/question/02-08-03.html Arabic: http://www.uridu.com/ar/question/02-08-03.html French: http://www.uridu.com/fr/question/02-08-03.html Indonesian: http://www.uridu.com/id/question/02-08-03.html Spanish: http://www.uridu.com/es/question/02-08-03.html Swahili: http://www.uridu.com/sw/question/02-08-03.html Please SHARE!
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-06-06 18:38:11 +0200
Child marriage affects millions of girls around the world, but the problem has become increasingly common among child refugees. So this teen took it upon herself to help combat the practice — from her refugee camp. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/syrian-teen-campaign-child-marriage-refugee-camp_us_5718fb4de4b024dae4f14d20?ir=Teen§ion=india&utm_hp_ref=teen
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-06-02 19:33:48 +0200
Karibu! (You just learned how to say "Welcome" in Swahili!) We just added Swahili as the 6th language to URIDU.COM! Which means that more than a billion people can now understand the vital information that we provide for rural women. Better yet: the audio recordings in Swahili are also almost ready to be used in our solar-powered URIDU Players. A big thank you ("Asante!") to all the volunteers that made this possible! Check it out at http://www.uridu.com
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-05-28 11:25:21 +0200
Did you know? Approximately 70% of all reproductive diseases in India are caused by poor menstrual hygiene - it can also affect maternal mortality. Today is Menstrual Hygiene Day. You too can help fight taboos and misconceptions around menstruation by translating vital information about this topic into your language: http://www.uridu.org/volunteer/ -> PLEASE SHARE!
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-05-21 18:15:33 +0200
Menstrual Hygiene Day is just a week away and we are very excited to collaborate with the CDN (facebook.com/codevnet/) to provide workshops and educational materials for school girls in Cameroon based on URIDU contents. To show your support, we invite you to write a message on the attached image (PDF download) and share it in a selfie! Just like URIDU Co-Founder Felicitas Heyne in this picture. Share with #MenstrualHygieneDay and join us in the quest to empower women and girls! Download PDF here: http://bit.ly/1X7f24O
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-05-18 21:13:10 +0200
Bienvenue! URIDU knowledge for rural women is now also available in French, check it out: www.uridu.com Remember: you can help making this vital information available to rural women in your country by joining our Volunteer Translation Project: http://www.uridu.org/volunteer/ Please SHARE! Thank you!
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-05-14 20:43:13 +0200
URIDU is proudly collaborating with the Community Development Network (CDN https://www.facebook.com/codevnet/) on a Menstrual Hygiene Project for school girls in Cameroon. Girls in Cameroon miss 4 days of school per month on average when they menstruate because of a lack of access to menstrual hygiene knowledge and resources. The CDN will distribute menstrual hygiene supplies to girls along with educational materials to empower them with knowledge about menstruation and their bodies. The workshops and educational materials are based on URIDU contents in French and English. Read more at http://www.uridu.org/news/
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-05-12 14:16:35 +0200
URIDU partners with local non-government organizations (NGOs), cooperatives and other agencies to distribute the URIDU Player in the last mile. We work with our local partners to identify the most appropriate contents for the women in their communities, and to design ways to get the URIDU Player into the hands of the women who need it the most. Do you know an organization that could benefit from our work? PLEASE SHARE or contact us: http://www.uridu.org/partner/
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-05-04 19:00:00 +0200
Some impressions of the campaign for empowerment of rural girls we participated in. It took place in several communities at the feet of the Atlas Mountains in Morocco, specifically Amizmiz, Ourika and Tidili Mesfioua. We were thankful for the friendliness and hospitality of the berber communities. We introduced the URIDU Players to local associations and rural women in order to prepare the distribution later this year.
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-04-29 22:13:33 +0200
Halima Oulami of the Assocation El Amane presenting the URIDU Player to Berber women in Amizmiz as part of a campaign to empower rural girls. Amizmiz (أمزميز AMZ-meez) is a small town in Morocco approximately 55 kilometers south of Marrakesh. It lies at the foot of the High Atlas mountain range. Geographically and economically, Amizmiz acts as a juncture point between the many small Berber villages in the surrounding area.
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-04-19 14:59:39 +0200
We've just created a simplified status for our translation project (http://www.uridu.org/volunteer/). Is your language among the top 10? If not: it's up to you to change it ;-) Join the project, invite your friends!
URIDU Notifications posted on URIDU Notifications' Facebook page 2016-04-06 12:56:07 +0200
The time has come. For the first time ever we are able to provide vital information to literally every rural woman in the world. No matter where she lives, what language she speaks or whether she can read or not. We call it the URIDU Revolution. Please SHARE: www.uridu.org