• Create a Facebook Fundraiser for Audiopedia

    Did you know that you can fundraise for Audiopedia on Facebook with just a few clicks? We qualify for Facebook fundraising and donation tools though URIDU, the non-profit organization that created Audiopedia. 

  • Audiopedia coming to (Smart) Feature Phones

    Basic cell phones, also known as feature phones still rule in developing countries. They are affordable, rugged and have a great battery life - which is important if you are not connected to the electric grid. And their simple user interface makes them attractive for people who are illiterate or semi-literate. Yet, the devices have obvious limitations: feature phones only contain the necessary technology for making and receiving calls. Most basic phones have no internet access and no camera.

  • The Making of "Musele - The Diarrhea Song"

    "Musele - The Diarrhea Song" was recorded by French anthropologist Romain Duda as part of a project that is lead by the Order of Malta France with the goal to improve the health status of the Aka.


  • Audiopedia.IO - Search, listen and share audible knowledge.

    Health and nutrition education programmes tend to engage women, because of their perceived traditional roles as primary care givers. Yet, 500 million women worldwide are illiterate. There is a strong need for a robust and scalable approach which does not rely on the written word to provide knowledge to marginalized populations. Audiopedia is tackling this challenge.

  • The Audiopedia Mobile Web Application

    Growth in smartphone adoption in many developing countries will be much more aggressive than anything seen in the developed world over the last few years. During the next 2 years 1.6 billion smartphone connections will be added to the current base in the developing world. India will lead the growth with around 350 million net smartphone additions.

  • Audiopedia wins Digital Volunteering Award

    We are delighted that our project Audiopedia.org has been recognized with the digital volunteering award of state government of Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The awards were granted for outstanding volunteering projects that are realized digitally or with digital support. We accepted the award at the 2nd Digital Forum in Mainz, Germany.

  • Health Education for Nomadic Populations in Central Africa

    Using the Audiopedia approach we are able to provide health education even to remote and marginalized populations. Take for example the Aka. They are a nomadic Mbenga pygmy people living as hunter-gatherers in the dense rainforests of the Western Congo Basin in Central Africa. The Aka people are vulnerable individually and as a community. They are geographically isolated, illiterate, have no written language and no access to social services. So how can we make sure that they can acquire vital health knowledge?


  • The Solar-Powered Audiopedia Player

    We have been successfully using our solar-powered audio players since 2016 in areas where other technology fails.