We provide accurate and fast Djibouti translation services and interpreting services to organizations and corporate clients in Djibouti. We carefully recruit our translators basing on the knowledge and experience they possess in the field of translation. All translations are thoroughly checked by our qualified proof readers and editors to ensure accuracy.
We provide a multitude of Djibouti translation services for various fields. These include among many others;
Djibouti is a country located in the Horn of Africa. It is bordered by Somalia, in the southeast, Ethiopia in the south and west, Eritrea in the north, and the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden in the east. Across the Gulf of Aden lies Yemen, this does not share a land border with Djibouti. The country has a total area of 23,200Km2 (8,958 sq mi). The state of Djibouti is predominantly inhabited by two ethnic groups, the Somali and the Afar people, with the former comprising the majority of the population. It is a mostly French and Arabic speaking country of dry shrublands, volcanic formations and Gulf of Aden beaches. It’s home to one of the saltiest bodies of water in the world, the lowlying Lake Assal, in the Danakil Desert. The nomadic Afar people have settlements along Lake Abbe, a body of saltwater featuring chimney-like mineral formations. (Wikipedia)
Arabic language holds religious, cultural, and social importance in the country. The Ta’izzi-Adeni Arabic dialect is a local dialect of Arabic that is spoken by about 59,000 Djiboutians.
French, an Indo-European language, and a legacy of the colonial past of Djibouti and this language is spoken by about 17,000 individuals in the country as a first language. French, also regarded as a statutory national language, serves as the primary language of instruction in the schools and colleges of Djibouti. In Djibouti, Somali language has the status of an indigenous language. The language is officially written using the Latin script and there are about 524,000 Somali speakers in Djibouti.
There is also total of about 1,379,200 Afar speakers of which 306,000 speakers live in Djibouti. It is also one of the country’s indigenous languages and is the language used in broadcasting the programs of the Radio Television of Djibouti (RTD), the country’s national broadcaster. Thus, this makes Djibouti translation services/ linguistic services in Djibouti very important in ensuring a smooth communication between businesses and clients as well as organizations with the communities they serve.
The economy of Djibouti in large part from its strategic location on the Red Sea. Djibouti is mostly barren, with little development in the agricultural and industrial sectors. The country has a harsh climate, a largely unskilled labor force, and limited natural resources. The country’s most important economic asset is its strategic location connecting the Red-sea and the Gulf of Aden. As such, Djibouti’s economy is commanded by the services sector, providing services as both a transit port for the region and as an international transshipment and refueling center. Hence the need for professional Djibouti translation services and interpreting services.
At Translate 4 Africa, we offer Arabic translation services into and from any other language. We also translate language like French, Somali and Afar which is done by team of native speakers. We also cater for all other African languages.
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