April 16th, 2008. Palo Alto, California. Idem Translations is pleased to announce that it has partnered with Kiva.org to assist this organization with its translation needs.
Named as one of the top ideas in 2006 by the New York Times Magazine, Kiva.org is the world’s first person-to-person micro-lending website, enabling individuals to make a loan (from just $25) to a developing world entrepreneur – such as a goat herder in Uganda or a carpet weaver in Afghanistan.
“We are extremely happy to have the opportunity to assist Kiva.org in its mission to alleviate poverty around the world. Since its inception Idem has been deeply committed to meeting its corporate responsibilities by offering pro bono services to organizations that serve the world community.” explained Mariam Nayiny, President of Idem Translations.
Idem Translations generously supports Kiva.org by providing translation services for projects requiring legal, financial, and other technical expertise. With its specialized network of professional translators, Idem enables Kiva.org to serve its Field Partners with expertly translated communications and documents, as well as offering support for Kiva’s due diligence process.
Read more in the Official Press Release