Knowledge Is Power

Knowledge empowers mothers  to protect their children from disease. It empowers farmers to grow enough food to feed and provide for their families. But millions of people who live in remote areas, lack literacy, or speak only local languages do not have access to this knowledge.

By amplifying the reach of our partners and the voices of communities, Amplio makes it possible to share knowledge with the world’s hardest-to-reach communities. We do this through our Talking Book audio device and our comprehensive set of services.

"Through the Talking Book we've learned where to access fertilizer and how to apply it to our crops. Our farm animals used to die prematurely, but now we know how to care for them."

Dorsaa Athanasius
Ghanaian Farmer

HEALTH

Knowledge sharing keeps people healthy. People with access to Talking Book health messages are 50% more likely to use bed nets and 50% more likely to wash their hands with soap.

AGRICULTURE

Knowledge sharing ensures families are fed. Talking Book users in Ghana increased their total crop production by an average of 48%.

DATA ANALYSIS

Program evaluation helps organizations improve. UNICEF learned how to optimize refugee programs for Burundians by reviewing data analysis reports.

  • TECHNOLOGY

    Our low-cost audio computer — the Talking Book — was designed to deliver knowledge to the hardest-to-reach people.

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  • SERVICES

    Our partners get ongoing support beyond the device to achieve intended results.

    WHAT WE OFFER
  • IMPACT

    From health to agriculture, we have helped development organizations amplify their impact.

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  • PARTNERS

    We partner with development organizations, businesses, and governments to help the hardest-to-reach people get the knowledge they need to thrive.

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Listen and Learn for Better Health

Nadowli Kuubataanono, traditional birth attendant

Nadowli describes how knowledge shared through the Talking Book helped her village, Ving Ving, in the upper west region of Ghana, improve food security and raise healthier children.