With only one day left before an important conference about ending sexual violence against women, the Nobel Women’s Initiative faced a scheduling conflict when their Swahili Interpreter was forced to back out from the event. On March 18, 2014, The International Campaign to Stop Gender Violence in Conflict joined up with MADRE to review cases from Burma, Sudan, Haiti, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo where women’s action produced real results towards tackling rape and impunity. These cases have ultimately led to a worldwide government commitment to action against the atrocities that women face, and serve to inspire more progress towards ending sexual violence against women.
With our vast network of interpreters and translators in the Metro NYC area, TransLingua was able to provide a Swahili Interpreter with less than 24 hours of notice. In fact, we offer our services in over 100 worldwide languages and dialects. For last minute Interpretation and Translation Services in NYC, please call (212) 697-2020.