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Empowering illiterate rural women is the key to eradicate poverty in developing countries. We are using solar-powered MP3 players to make it happen.
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German non-profit social cause URIDU has developed a solar powered MP3 player that’s being given out to illiterate women in East Africa to educate on health and life skills.

German non-profit social cause URIDU has developed a solar powered MP3 player that’s being given out to illiterate women in East Africa to educate on health and life skills.

Educational Eco Players - This Poverty-Fighting Program Uses a Solar MP3 Player to Help Poor Women

This Project In Tanzania Uses A Simple Solar-Powered Player To Educate Women Who Can't Read About Health Issues

URIDU fights poverty & empowers rural illiterate women with solar powered MP3 players

URIDU fights poverty & empowers rural illiterate women with solar powered players

#Every6seconds a child under five dies. Most of these deaths are entirely preventable. We could save millions of lives by providing illiterate mothers with accessible health education.

Every 6 seconds a child under five dies. Most of these deaths are entirely preventable. We could save millions of lives by providing illiterate mothers with accessible health education. You can Save an African Child. With an Player.

A mother and child at the UNHCR-managed refugees reception point at Elegu, Uganda

Nearly half all children in sub-Saharan Africa in extreme poverty, report warns

The Millennium Development Goal 5 of reducing maternal mortality worldwide by 75 % between 1990 and 2015, unfortunately, could not be reached. Although progress has been made, in 2015 about 303.000 women worldwide died from complications related to pregnancy or childbirth. This means 830 women died every day.

830 women die every day because of pregnancy-related problems

#every6seconds a child under five dies. Let's save their lives with an MP3 player. Visit every6seconds.org

#every6seconds a child under five dies. Let's save their lives with an MP3 player. Visit every6seconds.org

#Every6seconds a child under five dies. Most of these deaths are entirely preventable. We could save millions of lives by providing illiterate mothers with accessible health education.

a child under five dies. Most of these deaths are entirely preventable. We could save millions of lives by providing illiterate mothers with accessible health education.

Without having access to even the simplest basic knowledge, facing their enormous day-to-day challenges is a losing game for women in rural areas in most developing countries. We can change that by providing health education using our solar-powered #MP3forLife Player. #Empowerment #RuralWomen #Mp3forLife #Health #Education #URIDU

Without having access to even the simplest basic knowledge, facing their enormous day-to-day challenges is a losing game for women in rural areas in most developing countries. We can change that by providing health education using our solar-powered #MP3forLife Player. #Empowerment #RuralWomen #Mp3forLife #Health #Education #URIDU

We provide accessible health education and life skills training to illiterate rural woman in developing countries. Let's change the world with an MP3 Player. Join #MP3forLife

We provide accessible health education and life skills training to illiterate rural woman in developing countries. Let's change the world with an Player.

Today we visited a women's shelter on the outskirts of Marrakech. They are doing a fantastic job by supporting and empowering women escaping violent or abusive situations, such as rape and domestic violence.

Empowering Women in Loudaya, Morocco

From September 3rd to September 9th, 2016, we visited Dar es Salaam to launch our URIDU pilot project in Tanzania. Our plan is to bring URIDU players to selected four districts within Tanzania’s coastal regions during the upcoming months.

From September to September we visited Dar es Salaam to launch our URIDU pilot project in Tanzania. Our plan is to bring URIDU players to selected four districts within Tanzania’s coastal regions during the upcoming months.