Let's Make Gender Equality Go Viral
Empower Women Worldwide Through Accessible Knowledge and Collective Action

Join the Audiopedia Movement and be part of a global community that empowers marginalized women through the innovative use of audio technology. Our groundbreaking, UN-endorsed digital tool, Audiopedia, provides accessible knowledge to women in remote and underserved communities by overcoming barriers like illiteracy and oral languages. This inclusive approach delivers life-changing knowledge, helping women break through challenges, claim their rightful place in society, and create better futures for themselves and their families.

Get involved in the fight for gender equality by participating in various online activities, connecting with passionate change-makers, and sharing educational audio content. With your help, we can amplify the impact of Audiopedia and create a ripple effect of change across the world. Sign up today and take action alongside activists, grassroots organizations, supporters, and sponsors who are all committed to making gender equality go viral. Let's work together to create a more equitable world for everyone!

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From our Blog

How to Use AI to Prototype and Test Digital Audio for Community Outreach: A Hands-On 3-Step Guide

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing a wide range of industries and areas, including those you might not initially consider. In this article, we present an innovative approach to employing AI to prototype and test digital audio content for grassroots organizations working with marginalized populations in the global South.

Empowering Rural Women in Pakistan: Audiopedia and Aurat Raaji's Innovative Listening Parties

Audiopedia Foundation joined forces with Aurat Raaji, a Pakistani NGO, in a groundbreaking project financed by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen). This collaboration aimed to empower rural women in Sindh, Pakistan by providing them with digital literacy training and access to vital information. At the core of this project was the concept of listening parties or listening groups, which helped bridge the gap between digital content and rural communities.