I'm Frank Gyabaah from Ghana and currently living in Ghana and in a small city called SUNYANI which about 90,000 inhabitants or population. Like every other city, SUNYANI has all the modern facilities that makes loving very comfortable which includes, modern hotels/guest house, portable drinking water, good transportation, universities, school, colleges, cyber cafes, shopping malls, electricity etc. It has been voted as the most cleanest City in Ghana and hence attracts a lot of foreigners who comes here for visit. My City SUNYANI is very closed to the Ivorian boundaries.
— Frank, Ghana
I've been a teacher of Spanish as a second language several years ago in the UK, teacher of English as a second language not so many years ago in Spain and recently I've been working in the field of software translation. I've lived in Italy, UK and Canada (QuÃ©bec and Ontario) as well as in my native Spain. I hold an MA in Social Anthropology, another one in Translation Studies and a BA in History of Art. I'm keen to meet committed people who are aware of vulnerability in any form and want to do their share to improve social justice.
— Joan, France
My name is Lucrezia Martorana. I took a degree in Modern Languages and Literatures of East and West (Eastern Curriculum). I have attended an annual Master in Arabic Translation. This advanced experience enriched me both professionally and personally in that I was able to study new topics, work with CAT tools, moved to a new city, worked and interacted with unfamiliar people. I translated texts from English into Italian for UNRIC, the Brussels based United Nations Regional Information Centre. So I have the willingness to work under pressure in order to meet deadlines. I have good organizational skills, acquired in the experience of library job, ambition and perseverance in achieving a goal. I also have good interpersonal skills with the public and good propensity for problem-solving.
— Lucrezia, Italy