It’s been yet another busy week at PerMondo, as we’ve delivered happy NGOs with thousands of words’ worth of non-profit translations and taken on even more assignments.
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve just started a new project with our friends at the World Movement of Christian Workers. This will involve us translating two documents from French into Spanish and English with a total of 4862 words. We look forward to delivering our work towards the end of March.
We’re also delighted that we’ve been approached by a new charity: Entreculturas. This Madrid-based organisation promotes access to quality education for disadvantaged children in Latin America, Africa and Asia, and so by providing the foundation with our high-quality voluntary translations was the least we could do to help out.
Entreculturas has asked us to translate a series of articles from English into Spanish (4348 words). We’re happy to say that we’ve already found translators and proofreaders who are willing to lend us a hand for this important project, and so we look forward to delivering our translations throughout March and April – we’ll keep you posted on our progress!
Of course, it wouldn’t be a PerMondo blog if we didn’t mention our longstanding and hugely rewarding teamwork with the National Down Syndrome Congress; this week, we’ve managed to provide our old friends with an enormous amount of translated documents…
We owe a huge thank-you to the following translators and proofreaders for their highly appreciated hard work and commitment on the their respective assignments:
- Estefanía Requena and María García Armas (1386 words)
- María Ruíz Pérez and Carolina Bermejo (1761 words)
- Estrella Ibáñez Lloris and Sara Sánchez (1919 words)
- Carolina Aguirre Jordán and Beatriz Fuente Coronel (659 words)
- Cristina Felipe Hormiga and Álvaro Sánchez (1188 words)
We’d like to reiterate just how grateful we are for all of our translators’ and proofreaders’ tireless work, and we’re sure that the National Down Syndrome Congress will once again be delighted with our translations!
This week, we also concluded an enormous project for the Research Institute for Waldorf Education. The organisation had asked us to translate a 9530-word document from English into Spanish, a challenge which we’re proud to say we’ve risen to thanks to amazing contributions from Glòria Planellas Espuña, Cristina Cáceres Álvarez and Moira Maldonado (translators) and Priscila Medina (proofreader).
Well, that rounds up a very busy week at PerMondo! Remember to keep up to date with our blog every week to keep track of the projects that we’re currently working on!
See you soon!
Your PerMondo Team
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