Mumtozakhon Saidvalieva


Mumtozakhon is an Audiopedia eVolunteer

Mumtozakhon is helping to break down the biggest barrier to empowering any woman, anywhere.

Mumtozakhon has earned 356SDC (Sustainable Development Credits). Sustainable Development Credits can be earned by supporting the Audiopedia project through several activities.

7500 volunteers like Mumtozakhon are supporting our cause by creating awareness, translating content, making a donation and much more. Together, we have started the next knowledge revolution. Now it's your turn!

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wants to volunteer 2020-08-10 19:22:07 +0200

Support the Audiopedia Corona Campaign

You can support our global corona campaign in many ways: As a volunteer translator, voice talent, by donating and by sharing this campaign and its contents. 

Please join us in our effort to empower every woman, everywhere. You will receive a Certificate of Appreciation for your efforts. 

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signed Sign the Petition via 2020-08-09 20:04:27 +0200

Essential Knowledge. For all Women, Everywhere.

Hundreds of millions of women and girls are denied their right to education, effectively preventing their empowerment.

For the sake of justice, we have to right this wrong. It is a requirement of fairness to make knowledge and information accessible to each and every woman, better today than tomorrow.

Access to knowledge is a fundamental human right. And we have the solutions to make it happen.

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TO LOCAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEADERS AND ORGANIZATIONS:

Access to knowledge and information is a basic human right. It is intrinsically linked to the realization of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 5: Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women and Girls.

We demand immediate and free access to knowledge and information for all women. Solutions to make this possible already exist.

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wants to volunteer 2020-08-09 19:53:45 +0200

Empower Women, Save the World.

Our future is at stake. Because men hold power while women are largely excluded from it. Hundreds of millions of women and girls are denied their right to education, effectively preventing their empowerment. Audiopedia was created to right this wrong.

Audiopedia is a free and open resource of audible knowledge tailored to the needs of illiterate rural women. And it's accessible virtually everywhere using solar-powered audio players, mobile apps and WhatsApp.  

Women are the key to sustainable development. That affects all of us. For this reason, Audiopedia was conceived as a global crowdimpact project. Everyone can be part of it. Are you in?

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