Amplio + Our Partners = Greater Results

When we partner with organizations to deliver health, agriculture, and other knowledge, the impact is powerful.

Since our founding in 2008, we’ve reached nearly 500,000 of people in the world’s hardest-to-reach communities. With our current partnerships, we’re projected to reach one billion people by 2030.

MOSQUITO NETS

Mosquito nets are one of the most cost-effective ways to reduce malarial infection, but only if they’re used correctly. In Ghana, we partnered with UNICEF to increase the effectiveness of a program that distributes mosquito nets to 44,000 people in the Upper West region. A randomized, controlled trial showed that people using the Talking Book were 50% more likely to sleep under bed nets every night than the control group.

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CROP PRODUCTION

There are numerous developments in farming that help smallholder farmers increase their crop yields. In our early work with the Talking Book in Ghana, local experts recorded farming techniques, health guidance, and other information onto our devices. Talking Book users increased their total crop production by an average of 48%, compared to a decrease of 5% for nonusers.

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HANDWASHING

Handwashing with soap at key moments, such as before preparing food, is an evidence-based way to prevent disease. In Ghana, Amplio worked with UNICEF to increase the use of soap during handwashing. After the intervention, families who listened to Talking Book messages were 50% more likely to wash hands with soap.

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REFUGEE PROGRAMS

UNICEF Rwanda provided 50,000 Burundians living in a refugee camp with songs and other messages in their local language on breastfeeding, immunization, diarrhea, and malaria. Supervisors monitored their progress using Talking Book usage statistics, and UNICEF learned how some of the camp programs could be improved by reviewing data analysis reports.

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