Women are key to a sustainable future for all of us. The problem is: 500 million women worldwide are illiterate. How can we reach out and empower them with knowledge? How can we scale the outreach efforts of millions of NGOs?
We created Audiopedia, a robust and scalable digital solution to provide audible knowledge to marginalized populations. With relevant expert contents recorded in their native language. Simple technology makes it accessible for anybody, anywhere.
Audiopedia runs both on smartphones and smart feature phones. You can use it on solar audio players and with local Wifi hotspots. No electricity? No coverage? No problem. It works everywhere.
Audiopedia can be customized to the needs of each NGO. We provide NGO’s with consulting, training and technical support. Digital community outreach is now at the hands of every organization, everywhere.Visit Audiopedia
Open Source for Equality
Owning a mobile phone and having access to the internet can change lives. Yet millions of women in developing countries are unable to take advantage of the mobile internet. The main reasons for this are lack of literacy and digital skills. Open Source for Equality is a global initiative founded by URIDU to promote the development and use of free and open software that bridges the digital gender gap.
URIDU has been recognized by: