Polly is a voice-based, telephone-based service that engages low-literate and non-tech savvy users in light entertainment and spreads useful development-related information to them as they become more comfortable with the voice interface.
Relaunched alongside Polly in 2015, Hello-Rozgar is a telephone-based portal to increase user connectivity to employment and skill-training opportunities. The project primarily caters to people from under-served portions of society and benefits them by disseminating employment related information.
Baang is another voice-based, telephone-based forum for low-literate users, where users can not only post their own 'baangs' or voice messages, but also listen to baangs posted by others. This form is intended to facilitate information dissemination to low-literate and visually impaired populations, using entertainment as an effective motivator.
Rah-e-maa offers a speech-based service that connects expectant fathers to each other and to doctors over a simple phone call. The service provides an opportunity for users to share stories and learn from each others' experiences while keeping myths and common misconceptions in check. It is free for all callers and is targeted towards low-income, low-literate users whose access to professional healthcare services is limited logistically and financially.