Rohingya Interpreter (center) works with a doctor (back right) to explain medication dosage instructions at a new medical facility in Kutupalong makeshift camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Photo_ Eric Deluca _ TWB
    Protecting child translators: no easy solution
    September 21, 2023

    Children are put in difficult positions, asked to do things that no child should ever be requested to do, and they can suffer as a result.

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    Listen to include: Improving language awareness to support Rohingya Refugees
    August 16, 2023

    Language inclusion is critical to the Rohingya response in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh where 900,000 people are looking for safety.

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    World Refugee Day - photos show European responses to support people in Greece, waiting for transport and walking by tents
    Language offers inclusion and solutions for refugees
    June 20, 2023

    Language offers inclusion and solutions for refugees  CLEAR Global’s mission: helping people get vital information and make their voices heard With a record 110 […]

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    Gram Vaani decided to test TILES where farmers go - a shop that sells seeds and an electronics shop
    Hello, Porcupine! Using AI to support farmers to adapt to climate change
    May 25, 2023

    Hello, Porcupine! Using AI to support farmers to adapt to climate change About 8 years ago, I was sitting in a village in South […]

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    Embracing language technology for an equitable future
    March 8, 2023

    How embracing language technology can help us achieve a more equitable future Language equity is urgently needed in the drive for women’s equality – […]

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    Beyond customer support: Saving lives with chatbots
    November 18, 2022

    Worldwide, people turn to chatbots for fast customer support. At CLEAR Global, we are using chatbots to increase our social impact. Our chatbots help people get vital information and be heard, whatever language they speak.

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    Language as a key for effective Ukraine crisis response
    May 26, 2022

    In the context of a crisis, aid agencies and governments need to understand the importance of language and communicate across borders to ensure proper refugee and local people protection and safety. Everyone directly affected needs information that will help them better adapt to the changing context.

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    Disruptive humanitarians: CLEAR Global is changing the global communication landscape
    May 16, 2022

    Learn how TWB grew into CLEAR Global and why language and technology are key to creating a more linguistically inclusive (digital) world.

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    Introducing the PSEA glossary: 208 terms, in 32 languages – available for everyone, in one place
    April 20, 2022

    Knowing which words to use isn’t always straightforward, especially when communicating across cultures and about sensitive or traumatic issues, such as protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA). Our new multilingual PSEA glossary in 29 languages aims to help.

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    Real change for Nigerian women
    December 23, 2021

    Aimee spent three months as Acting Country Director in Nigeria. She worked closely with the team in-country as well as partner organizations and other local colleagues to figure out what we can do next to make real change for local people.

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