ICRC: Have you considered working as a Hausa interpreter?

18.11.2019 15:00

by Sophie Da Silva, International Committee of the Red Cross

It is more than a job, it is the start of a journey.

When: Monday 18/11/2019, 15:15h – 16:45h

Where: Department of African Studies, Seminar room 4



Join one of the oldest and largest humanitarian organisations in the world as an interpreter and you will be the vital communication link between the ICRC, beneficiaries and local and national authorities on the ground.The ICRC is an independent, neutral organization ensuring humanitarian protection and assistance for victims of armed conflict and other situations of violence. We are present in more than 80 countries around the world, take action in response to emergencies, and promote respect for international humanitarian law and its implementation in national law. 

Come and find out what an ICRC interpreter does and how you could be involved.

“No two weeks are the same. I was never an office person, so getting out and speaking to people, hearing their stories, writing them up and then seeing the impact we have on people’s lives is a really important part of the job for me.”
Hausa interpreter, based in Cameroon