Latest Post

  • comscoms
  • January 8, 2024
  • 0 Comments
  • 3 minutes Read
Job Title: Intern Community Manager 

Company: Muna Kalati (a subsidiary of Kabod Group)

Job Title: Intern Community Manager
Type: Kabod Internship Program (KIP) – Cohort 2 – Paid internship
Location: Accra, Ghana (In person or remote)
Duration: 6 Month Salary: Negotiable.

Read more

  • comscoms
  • January 8, 2024
  • 0 Comments
  • 4 minutes Read
Job Title: Early Career Researcher In African Philanthropy  

Kabod Group (KG) is a consulting firm providing professional services in Research, Knowledge Management (KM), eLearning and Languages (interpretation and translation from English to French, Portuguese and over 30 African languages). Our clients include both nonprofits and for-profit organisations operating in Africa, Europe, Latin America and Asia. We encourage you to read our capability statement to know more about our areas of services, values and vision.

Read more

“I was introduced to Knowledge Management by my grandfather,” conversation with Sarah Wakuthii

Introduction Africa is increasingly embracing knowledge management (KM) as a strategic practice, yet many organizations face unique challenges in its adoption and implementation. Seeking profound perspectives on this matter, Christian …

Read more“I was introduced to Knowledge Management by my grandfather,” conversation with Sarah Wakuthii

Read more

  • comscoms
  • October 20, 2023
  • 1 Comments
  • 11 minutes Read
Preserving African Languages Through Technology: A Conversation with Ijemma Onwuzulike, Founder of Nkowa Okwu, an Igbo English Dictionary

Kabod is a language service provider that specialises in providing quality language services in African languages as well as other Western languages. Our primary goal is to elevate African culture …

Read morePreserving African Languages Through Technology: A Conversation with Ijemma Onwuzulike, Founder of Nkowa Okwu, an Igbo English Dictionary

Read more

  • comscoms
  • September 7, 2023
  • 0 Comments
  • 3 minutes Read
Kabod develops a STEM Curriculum for teachers training colleges in Ghana

Over the last few months we have been working with a number of partners to make STEM Open Educational Resources (OERs) accessible to teachers in four Ghanaian schools. The aim …

Read moreKabod develops a STEM Curriculum for teachers training colleges in Ghana

Read more

  • comscoms
  • August 24, 2023
  • 0 Comments
  • 5 minutes Read
Navigating Ghana’s Double-Track System: Unintended Consequences of Free Education

Introduction Ghana’s noble vision of providing free education for all was a transformative step towards creating equal opportunities in the realm of learning. However, as with any ambitious policy, unforeseen …

Read moreNavigating Ghana’s Double-Track System: Unintended Consequences of Free Education

Read more

  • comscoms
  • August 22, 2023
  • 1 Comments
  • 3 minutes Read
Transforming Education in Rwanda: Unleashing the Power of Data-Driven Learning Assessments

In Sub-Saharan Africa, Rwanda has emerged as a nation with remarkable determination to uplift its education system despite significant challenges. RwIn Sub-Saharan Africa, Rwanda has emerged as a nation with …

Read moreTransforming Education in Rwanda: Unleashing the Power of Data-Driven Learning Assessments

Read more

  • comscoms
  • August 22, 2023
  • 0 Comments
  • 4 minutes Read
Gambia, Unlocking a Brighter Future for Africa through Data-Driven Education

Introduction In the heart of Africa, a beacon of hope shines brightly, illuminating the path towards a brighter future for its children – education. As the continent strives to harness …

Read moreGambia, Unlocking a Brighter Future for Africa through Data-Driven Education

Read more

  • comscoms
  • August 8, 2023
  • 0 Comments
  • 1 minute Read
L’avenir de l’industrie de la TRADUCTION et de l’INTERPRETARIAT est de plus en plus incertain avec l’arrivée de l’intelligence artificielle (IA).

Dans ce contexte fortement concurrentiel, le Cabinet Kabod groupe mène une enquête dont les résultats permettront aux professionnels africains d’anticiper sur les mutations et de préserver les acquis. Par conséquent, …

Read moreL’avenir de l’industrie de la TRADUCTION et de l’INTERPRETARIAT est de plus en plus incertain avec l’arrivée de l’intelligence artificielle (IA).

Read more

  • comscoms
  • May 6, 2023
  • 0 Comments
  • 4 minutes Read
Job Description Of The Assistant In Education Research And Knowledge Management – Kabod Internship Program

DESCRIPTION Kabod Group (KG) is a global consulting firm providing excellent and professional services in Knowledge Management (KM), e-learning and Languages (interpretation and translation from English to French, Portuguese and …

Read moreJob Description Of The Assistant In Education Research And Knowledge Management – Kabod Internship Program

Read more

  • comscoms
  • January 16, 2023
  • 0 Comments
  • 6 minutes Read
Why do African-based businesses need to communicate more in African Languages? – Ntombovuyo Ngaphu.  

The language industry in Africa is full of untapped opportunities. Kabod has ventured on a journey of identifying, documenting and highlighting inspiring stories and innovative projects from entrepreneurs, researchers and …

Read moreWhy do African-based businesses need to communicate more in African Languages? – Ntombovuyo Ngaphu.  

Read more

Why did Mandla get 75k users in less than a year of being launched with no marketing spend ? – Wenitte Apiou

The language industry in Africa is full of untapped opportunities. Kabod has ventured on a journey of identifying, documenting and highlighting inspiring stories and innovative projects from entrepreneurs, researchers and …

Read moreWhy did Mandla get 75k users in less than a year of being launched with no marketing spend ? – Wenitte Apiou

Read more

Why you must stop being a general translator and find your niche – Laetitia Sullivan from South Africa.

The language industry in Africa is full of untapped opportunities. Kabod has ventured on a journey of identifying, documenting and highlighting inspiring stories and innovative projects from entrepreneurs, researchers and …

Read moreWhy you must stop being a general translator and find your niche – Laetitia Sullivan from South Africa.

Read more

Why you need to love people to be a good translator – Mxolisi Mlondolozi Ngubane from South Africa

The language industry in Africa is full of untapped opportunities. Kabod has ventured on a journey of identifying, documenting and highlighting inspiring stories and innovative projects from entrepreneurs, researchers and …

Read moreWhy you need to love people to be a good translator – Mxolisi Mlondolozi Ngubane from South Africa

Read more

  • comscoms
  • October 13, 2022
  • 0 Comments
  • 3 minutes Read
We Are Hiring

Head of Language Services at Kabod Group Kabod Group Consulting is a cutting-edge partner in providing translation and interpretation services. We are a strong team of professional translators and interpreters …

Read moreWe Are Hiring

Read more

African translators must upgrade their command of African languages – Mouhamed Diop from Senegal

The language industry in Africa is full of untapped opportunities. Kabod has ventured on a journey of identifying, documenting and highlighting inspiring stories and innovative projects from entrepreneurs, researchers and …

Read moreAfrican translators must upgrade their command of African languages – Mouhamed Diop from Senegal

Read more

African translators should market their skills and showcase their work – Wandile Nkambule from South Africa

The language industry in Africa is full of untapped opportunities. Kabod has ventured on a journey of identifying, documenting and highlighting inspiring stories and innovative projects from entrepreneurs, researchers and …

Read moreAfrican translators should market their skills and showcase their work – Wandile Nkambule from South Africa

Read more

  • comscoms
  • April 19, 2022
  • 0 Comments
  • 4 minutes Read
7 strategic decisions to boost your organizational growth and become more competitive 

In order to survive in this fast-paced volatile environment and keep up with the 21st-century workforce, organizations must therefore develop new approaches, proactive strategies and strategic cost actions rather than reactive and tactical ones. They must be able to exert an equal and opposite reaction to the ever-changing-winner-takes-all environment.

Read more