We’ve conducted numerous studies with third-party partners to understand the impact of Speaking Books in educating low-literacy communities on health, development, and early childhood education. Results from these studies indicate that Speaking Books are extremely useful in helping disseminate information in an easy to understand and relevant manner. Furthermore, users agree that Speaking Books validate information that is communicated by health workers and is seen as a reputable source of knowledge. The sound aspect of the book is regarded as most useful and especially helpful in group settings. Each book is passed around in the community and information is spread amongst the users. Speaking Books are seen as an innovative, entertaining, and highly informative source of education around critical topics. Read the case studies below to learn more.