Healthy, empowered women are the key to end poverty and to a sustainable future for all. Education is key to women's empowerment. But education is not universally available and gender inequalities persist. As a matter of fact, 500 million rural women can't read or write.
This is why we created Audiopedia. Audiopedia is a free resource of localized expert audio contents about health, nutrition, child care, family planning, agriculture and much more. Audiopedia is freely accessible in many ways: through our Audiopedia Cloud, on our Audiopedia Web App, using the solar-powered Audiopedia player or by creating a local Wifi service with our Qwifi technology.
But Audiopedia is even more: it’s a crowdimpact project and a movement. Thousands of volunteers support us by sharing on social media, translating, fundraising and much more.
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Every 6 seconds a child under five dies. Most of these deaths are entirely preventable. We could save millions of lives by providing illiterate mothers in developing countries with accessible health education.
Audiopedia is a free resource of localized expert audio contents about health, nutrition, child care, family planning, agriculture and much more. Simple and cost-efficient technologies like solar-powered audio players allow the distribution of those vital contents even to remote areas without access to electricity.
Providing adequate health education to every woman is technologically feasible and economically viable. It's time to make it happen.
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To local, national and international leaders and organizations:
We demand accessible health education for illiterate rural women to ensure their health and well-being as well as that of their families and communities.
By joining us you’re joining a global community of benevolent people that are supporting the smart way to help the poor. We need your help to spread the word about how easy it is to provide illiterate rural women with accessible health education and life skills using free, solar-powered MP3 Players.
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