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English to Malagasy translation of a Madagascar case study on Equator Prize winners

UNDP Global Programme on Nature for Development

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Contexto y objetivos
The Equator Initiative has created detailed case studies on Equator Prize winners: a growing network of local sustainable development solutions for people, nature, and communities. Since most case studies are currently only in English, we are hoping to get all of them translated into the communities' local language(s). We require two UN Online Volunteers to help us translate a 10-page case study, from English to Malagasy, and to help us proofread the translation. The case study will be emailed to the selected volunteers. The volunteers will be acknowledged in the case study they help translate. We will select one volunteer to conduct the initial translation, and one to proofread the translation.
Traducción e interpretación
The Equator Initiative works with partners to identify, document, and analyze the success factors of local best practice, and to catalyze ongoing peer-to-peer learning, knowledge exchange and replication of best practice. The Equator Initiative accomplishes this through three action areas. the Equator Prize,the Equator Dialogues and Equator Knowledge. which is a research, documentation, and learning program. The case studies are part of Equator Knowledge.
Voluntarios: 2 requeridos
11-20 horas por semana/ 2 semanas
We are looking for professional translators whose mother tongue is Malagasy. General understanding of global development and environmental issues is important.
Inglés, Malgache

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