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OnionDev in a GSMA casestudy

OnionDev in a GSMA casestudy

We are very proud that the GSMA has published a case study and blog about our work. This reinforces our vision of using the mass reach created by Mobile Vaani to build a marketplace of life impacting value added services…

ET rates Gram Vaani among the 14 startups to watch in 2014

ET rates Gram Vaani among the 14 startups to watch in 2014

The Economic Times has just released a rating of exciting startups to watch in 2014, and Gram Vaani is in the list! Original source here Industry: Technology for development What it offers: Gram Vaani is building the world’s first voice-based…

Gram Vaani on Amazing Indians, TimesNow!

Gram Vaani on Amazing Indians, TimesNow!

Our work on Jharkhand Mobile Vaani was covered under the Amazing Indians program on Times Now! Watch the video to learn our story, and the stories of those who use Mobile Vaani.

Audio social media gives rural communities a voice

Audio social media gives rural communities a voice

Anna from Thomson-Reuters has written a detailed article about Mobile Vaani, and spoken to several of our partners and callers to get their views as well. Original source here. Audio social media network gives rural communities a voice Date: Thu,…

Gram Vaani opening up to the CSR world

Gram Vaani opening up to the CSR world

Thanks Samhita, for carrying this fantastic feature about our work with Merck and the White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood. Original link The story Anil Kumar, a school teacher, uses it to express his discontent over the electricity crisis in…

Hello, citizen journalist speaking

Hello, citizen journalist speaking

The Telegraph has carried another fantastic article about us! Original link Want the TV anchor to stop yelling on camera? Think the newspaper editorial is too biased? Reach out for your cellphone. Mobile Vaani, which generates free, 24/7 news content…

Ringing in Change

Ringing in Change

WCRC Leaders Asia has carried a fantastic article about Mobile Vaani! Original link Leveraging the high penetration of mobile telephones into rural India, a social tech company has given one of the country’s most backward regions its first social media…

Women become citizen journalists

Women become citizen journalists

The Telegraph carried a fantastic coverage on Bihar Mobile Vaani. Original link Women in rural Bihar now have an innovative media to voice their issues, be it personal, social or financial. A little over two months from its launch in…

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