Facebook will open a content review center in Nairobi, Kenya. In partnership with Samasource – one of the largest digital employers in East Africa and a leading social enterprise — the site in Nairobi will be Facebook’s first content review center in Sub-Saharan Africa. Facebook will also employ approximately 100 reviewers by the end of the year, who will support a number of languages, including Somali, Oromo, Swahili and Hausa.
Facebook Hiring Reviewers for its Content Review Center in Nairobi, Kenya
- Posted on February 8, 2019
- Business, Education, Events, Interviews
- Africa, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, African Women Power Network, African youths, AIMS, awards, AWP Network, business, business support, challenge, change, collaboration, competition, content, Content review, development, digital employers, early stage startup, East Africa, education, entrepreneur, Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurship, Facebook, girls, Google, governance, growth, Hausa, idea, Innovation, Inspiration, Kigali, Lagos, leadership, Machine Intelligence, machinery, marketing, Mary Olushoga, mobile technology, my voice matters, Nairobi, Nigeria, Oromo, pan-African network, program, progress, research, Rwanda, Samasource, scientists, small business, social enterprise, solutions, Somali, South Africa, Startup, Startup Battlefield, strategy, Sub-Saharan Africa, support, sustainability, Swahili, TechCrunch, technology, The AWP Network, women, women and girls, women entrepreneurs, Young Entrepreneurs, young voices, youth, Youth for Africa, Youths, Youths Africa
- Comments: 0
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.