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Translation English to French (child protection program)


05 Dec 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
05 Dec 2017 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Background and objectives
UNICEF Haiti is seeking for one to three online volunteers who can translate a 19-page document (about 8225 words) from English to French. This a strategic document related to our Child Protection program. Ideally, one volunteer would translate the document to ensure coherence of the translation. If not possible, up to three volunteers can do the translation. The volunteer should provide a weekly update of the translation's progress by email. UNICEF Haiti would be available by email if any question arises. Skype calls can be possible if necessary. Volunteers can work at their own pace and decide the schedule. However the document would need to be translated by January 15th 2018, at the latest.
Translation and interpretation
The document that needs to be translated is a strategic document that presents UNICEF Haiti vision for the next five years in the Child Protection sector. Child Protection is a very important component of UNICEF's work in Haiti, as many children lack protection and support against violence, abuse and exploitation. In order to be widely shared with our local partners and to build a common understanding of UNICEF's priorities in the child protection sector, the document needs to be translated in French.
Volunteers: 3 needed
6-10 hours per week / 6 weeks
Excellent written proficiency in French. Prior translation experience is an asset. Please include your CV.
English, French

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