Our director was recently in Tallinn for an EUATC conference, and whilst she was there she attended a fundraising party for the
Translators without borders is an incredible non-profit
Translators without Borders indicates that there are 39 countries across the world in some kind of humanitarian crisis. Across these
Translators without Borders
1. Translating and creating critical content for humanitarian and development partners around the world.
2. Building awareness of the need to provide information in the right language
3. Building language translation capacity at the local level
Just some of
• Creating Words of Relief, the world’s first-ever global translation network designed to provide linguistic support following crises and disasters. Words of Relief is currently responding to the Rohingya refugee crisis in Bangladesh and to the humanitarian crisis happening in northeast Nigeria.
• Establishing a Translator Training Center in Kenya, which to date has trained more than 250 men and women to support civic, health, and humanitarian efforts in the region while providing them with new economic opportunities as translation professionals.
• Translating Ebola messages, posters, and visual/audio announcements from English into seven West African languages, making vital health information accessible to more than 20 million people.