Language was one of the main difficulties faced by humanitarian workers responding to the Ebola crisis. Information and messages about Ebola are primarily available in English or French, but only a minority of people in the three most affected countries speak either language, and translation is not always integrated into communications by aid agencies. To help address this issue, Translators without Borders (TWB) took a project it was testing in Kenya, Words of Relief, to West Africa. Words of Relief is the first translation crisis relief network in the world.
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