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The French Translation Service in New York, now has three young PAMCIT graduates from two of our partner universities among its temporary staff. One…
A number of PAMCIT students and graduates had the opportunity of working inside interpretation booths at the Youth Summit.Watch this video to see…
UNON Director General, Sahle-Work Zewde, introduced PAMCIT to the UN community at Nairobi, at a ceremony held at the United Nations Office at Nairobi…
PAMCIT – the Pan African Masters Consortium for Interpretation and Translation - means opportunity for African language students and the language…
Gbadamassi Moudachirou from Benin studied for his Master’s degree at the University of Ghana.
Timothy Wodokpoe earned his Master’s degree in Conference Interpreting in his home country from the University of Ghana. He says the programme helped…
How do five universities in five African countries work together to produce the best translators and conference interpreters on the continent?The…
José Godfried Dovonou from Benin is on an internship at the African Development Bank in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire in the final stages of his Master’s…
Davide Adams Sokeng is a Senegalese-Cameroonian national who works as a freelance conference interpreter at the African Development Bank in Abidjan,…
PAMCIT’s work is about enabling African language professionals to provide high quality language services internationally. We help promising…
By 2030, just 17 years from now, we will need to create an estimated 18 million jobs a year across sub-Saharan Africa to make sure our young people…
24-year-old Samia Tefridj from Togo is on an internship at the United Nations Office at Nairobi in Kenya after a Masters’ degree in Conference…
Shaping global development policy. Sharing knowledge. Promoting innovation. Encouraging partnership. Can the language profession play a role in all…