A Network of Global Partners


Amplio works with renowned international development organizations, businesses, governments, and local NGOs to help bridge the knowledge gap and achieve sustainable development goals across a range of sectors, including health, agriculture, water and hygiene, gender equity, climate change, and and more. Together we’re sharing knowledge that gives people the power to uplift their lives.

UNICEF assists children and mothers in developing countries. Amplio and UNICEF partner to share knowledge with 49 communities in the Jirapa District of Ghana. We shared improved agriculture practices, information on handwashing, and using of bed nets to prevent malaria. UNICEF has expanded our partnership to reach 250,000 more people in rural Ghana.

CARE International is a global confederation of 14 members working together to fight poverty in 94 countries. CARE places a special focus on working with women to help whole families and communities escape poverty. Our partnership with CARE reaches more than 30,000 people with knowledge about farming, health, finance, and discussions about gender roles.

WHO’s primary role is to direct international health within the United Nations’ system and to lead partners in global health responses. ITU is a specialized agency of the United Nations that is responsible for issues that concern information and communication technologies. Our partnership with WHO and ITU is expanding our reach into new national governments so that they can integrate Talking Book programs into their health and agriculture ministries.

Winrock International is a nonprofit organization that works with people in the United States and around the world to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources. Winrock will use Talking Books in northern Ghana to improve the environment, natural resources, and rural livelihoods in northern Ghana. It will do this by driving transformative change in the adoption of improved practices, technologies, and behaviors.

MEDA is one of Canada’s largest economic-development organizations. Our partnership with MEDA has expanded from a pilot program reaching 30 women’s groups to reaching more than 1,000 women’s groups within MEDA’s Greater Rural Opportunities for Women (GROW) project, which increases food security for families in Ghana’s Upper West region.

ARM provides financial, in-kind, and ecosystem support to enable Amplio to develop new technology and scale our global reach. In addition, ARM is a founding partner of 2030Vision, an initiative that connects business, NGOs, academia, and governments with the technology solutions needed to realize the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Partner with Amplio to Share Knowledge

Are you and your organization doing transformative work in hard-to-reach communities? Contact us at partnerships@amplio-network.org to learn more about how we can partner to amplify your impact.