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English to Badini translation for U-Report Iraq

UNICEF U-Report Iraq

18 Jul 2019 This opportunity is no longer available Share
18 Jul 2019 This opportunity is no longer available Share
Task
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Requirements
Every two weeks, U-Report Iraq will issue a poll aimed at creating dialogue around the most pressing issues in the communities. We also send out life-saving information to registered users (E.g. Symptoms and how to prevent you and your family from Dengue, Menstrual health etc). The following are our translation needs: 1. Translating polls and results messages from English to Badini (4-5 questions per poll) every fortnight 2. Translating promotional and advert messaging to be used on U-Report Iraq Facebook page and website periodically. 4. Reviewing blog posts written by U-Reporters to check grammar to be uploaded on website and Facebook page (1-2 pages per blog) We would communicate via Skype/ phone call or whats-app call initially to get a clearer understanding of the tasks. Online Volunteers will be given a certificate, as well as receive acknowledgement on the final product.
Translation
Translation and interpretation
U-Report is a platform designed to empower the youth in Iraq and around the world to speak out on issues that they care about in their communities, encourage citizen-led development and create positive change. U-Report allows citizens to speak-out on what is happening in their communities, provides a forum to amplify their voices through local and national media, sends alerts to key stakeholders about the issues their constituents are facing, and feeds back useful information to the U-reporters, so they are empowered to work for change and improvements in their localities themselves. To date, U-report is active in over 50 countries around the world.
Volunteers: 5 needed
1-5 hours per week / 20 weeks
Level of fluency in Kurmanji (Kurdish): Native speaker. Level of fluency in English: Working knowledge. Excellent written skills in English Kurmanji (Kurdish). Excellent translation skills. Previous experience translating highly desired. As part of the selection process, candidates may be asked to submit a short test translation.
Iraq
English, Kurdish

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