"After listening to the messages on rearing livestock and applying them, I realized they are helpful."
"The Talking Book device is a simple, durable, portable audio computer built to endure rough play, dust and rain storms.
"We afford communities access to compelling messaging to address critical information gaps around Health and Nutrition.
"Literacy Bridge Ghana use proposed content objectives to conduct formative research, local resource assessment, literature review, audience identification and segmentation
"LBG technology empowers the world’s most vulnerable communities to access knowledge they can use to improve their quality of life.
"Much of the world is beginning to see a decline in COVID-19 cases but for Sub-Saharan Africa the virus infection is just getting started."
Our mission is to significantly improve the health, income and quality of life for the world’s most
underserved communities by providing life-changing knowledge through innovative technology.
Hamdiya Imoro, is a 30 year old woman who lives in Tuyini, a community in the Karaga district of Northern Region. She is a mother of four (4) and a second wife to the husband. Tuyini is a farming community, located about 9 miles (14.4kms) from Karaga, the capital town of the Karaga District. Antenatal Read the full article…
Madam Christiana the midwife for Die in the Jirapa district discussing the ANC messages in the Talking Book with the pregnant women during their ANC.
LBG Gets New Executive Director Tiah Gumah Aloysius recently joined Literacy Bridge Ghana (LBG) as its new Executive Director. He has worked both locally and internationally in development and conflict context with over 12 years of experience in program development and quality management across several fields; livelihoods, food security, climate change, health, WASH, disaster Read the full article…
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