Academic Transcription

KaziRemote partnered with Professors from Wageningen University from Netherlands. A large international NGO based in Netherlands needed to understand their impact in areas of interest around the world. The organisation worked with Wageningen Professors, to conduct a series of online interviews with people from different regions in the world.

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Understanding the Digital Economy in Kenya

The digital economy in Kenya is seen to bring in more opportunities and if leveraged properly, create jobs and alleviate poverty. Qhala, a Kenyan company that works on digital solutions conducted a research to understand the digital economy through the lens of the youth working on digitally enabled jobs.

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Reliving an Important Rite of Passage of Great Historical Significance

In the last century, the event of world war I and world war II were defining moments that influenced entire generations. Kazi remote had the privilege of working on a 7-month project for Stanford University & Ellis Island Museum providing Oral History transcripts taken from interviews from American citizens who passed through Ellis Island during their journey as immigrants from Europe during world war I & II.

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Providing Quantitative Data for Automation

Every modern company and business entity understand the value of data and analytics to provide insights towards transformative business practices, products and services. The first step in this process is that all raw information from interviews, seminars, surveys, etc needs to be accurately transcribed into machine friendly data.

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Skills for Virtual Gigs Training

IREX, KaziRemote, and the Kenya Ministry of ICT, Innovation, and Youth Affairs partnered on a research initiative that focused on equipping youth with the skills needed to succeed in virtual gigs and the ability to leverage their new skills for future professional opportunities.

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