World Introvert Day

Giving The Excluded A Voice

Let's Give The Excluded A Voice

World Introvert Day is held on 2 January each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to better understand and appreciate introverts. The first World Introvert Day was held in 2011.

Introverts are a misunderstood minority. We live in an extrovert world and introverts often appear to be arrogant and strange. Which we aren't. Introverts just work differently. And we are a majority in the gifted population. Most famous scientists, philosophers, artists and thinkers are introverted.

On this day, we are giving the excluded a voice. This year we are supporting illiterate rural women in Africa.

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An MP3 Player With Your Name On It Will Save Lives In Africa

Every 6 Seconds a child under 5 dies. Most of these deaths are entirely preventable. We could save millions of lives by providing illiterate mothers in developing countries with accessible health education.

The good news is: we can do it. URIDU is a German non-profit organization that is using rugged, solar powered MP3 players to do just that. We are recording vital knowledge in local languages on those devices. Then we distribute them to illiterate women in Africa for free. 

Here’s where you come in. For a donation of just US$ 19 we can provide a group of up to 12 women with one of our MP3forLife players. As a thank you, we will print your name on its back. You will receive a custom image of it, which you can share on your favorite social networks. In the end, you will be multiplying your impact.

This is a community effort which involves more than 15.000 volunteers worldwide. Most of them help us translate the contents into almost 100 languages. We'd love to count you in. Thank you for your support.

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