Member since Jan '19

Working languages:
English to Indonesian
Indonesian to English

Dewantoro Ratri
Indonesian-Eng. interpreter/translator

Sidoarjo, Jawa Timur (Djawa Timur), Indonesia
Local time: 00:11 WIB (GMT+7)

Native in: Indonesian Native in Indonesian, Javanese Native in Javanese
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Account type Freelance translator and/or interpreter, Identity Verified Verified member
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Services Translation, Interpreting, Editing/proofreading, Voiceover (dubbing), Training
Expertise
Specializes in:
General / Conversation / Greetings / LettersEducation / Pedagogy
Computers (general)Human Resources

KudoZ activity (PRO) Questions answered: 1
Blue Board entries made by this user  3 entries

Portfolio Sample translations submitted: 1
English to Indonesian: COVID 19 Education Handout/Buku Panduan Pendidikan di Masa COVID 19
General field: Medical
Source text - English
Across East Asia and Pacific the COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting children’s education. As of 27 March 2020, more than 330 million children the region have been affected by prolonged or temporary school closures. All countries – except Papua New Guinea and several Pacific Islands - have closed schools. School closures present several risks for children, particularly those from the most marginalized and disadvantaged communities, such as those living in poverty, those from remote and or ethno-linguistic communities, children on the move, refugee and internally displaced children and those with disabilities.

The gains made in access among the poorest and the most marginalised groups could be stalled or even reversed. Children, particularly those from the most marginalized communities, risk losing significant hours of learning time, which could have an important impact on their academic progression and achievement; this is particularly a challenge for children in critical examination years. Children left at home, particularly those from vulnerable populations, face a broader set of risks related to their personal health and safety. Without school many vulnerable children face a lack of access to social
protection services, such as school feeding programmes, information on disease preventions and water and sanitation. In addition, many children with working parents are forced to stay home alone, which
puts them at risk of a wide range of protection issues.

Ministries of Education across the region are addressing these challenges by putting in place distance learning programmes. The purpose of the programmes is to ensure the continuity of children’s learning during the period when schools are closed. Most of the programmes are designed to support children to follow the national curriculum through a series of home-based assignments. Teachers are available to varying degrees to support children in undertaking the work. The programmes take different forms in each country, however, the majority of programmes use web-based, radio and/or television platforms. Most distance learning programmes also try to provide health and safety information to equip children with basic knowledge about how to protect themselves from the pandemic.
Translation - Indonesian
Pandemik COVID-19 mengganggu pendidikan anak-anak di seluruh Asia Timur dan Pasifik. Pada tanggal 27 Maret 2020, lebih dari 330 juta anak-anak di wilayah ini terkena dampak penutupan sekolah yang
berkepanjangan atau ditutup sementara. Semua negara - kecuali Papua Nugini dan beberapa Kepulauan Pasifik - telah menutup sekolah. Penutupan sekolah menghadirkan beberapa risiko bagi anak-anak, terutama mereka yang berasal dari komunitas yang paling terpinggirkan dan kurang beruntung, seperti mereka yang hidup dalam kemiskinan, mereka yang berasal dari komunitas dan atau etnis-bahasa terpencil, anak-anak yang sedang melakukan perjalanan, pengungsi, anak-anak yang dipindahkan secara internal, serta anak-anak difabel.

Keuntungan yang diperoleh dari akses di antara kelompok termiskin dan paling terpinggirkan dapat terhenti atau bahkan terbalik. Anak-anak, terutama yang berasal dari komunitas yang paling terpinggirkan, berisiko kehilangan banyak waktu belajar, yang dapat berdampak penting pada perkembangan dan prestasi akademik mereka; hal ini khususnya merupakan tantangan besar bagi anak- anak di tahun-tahun mendekati ujian. Anak-anak yang belajar di rumah, terutama dari populasi yang rentan, menghadapi serangkaian risiko yang lebih luas terkait dengan kesehatan dan keselamatan
pribadi mereka. Tanpa sekolah, banyak anak yang rentan menghadapi kurangnya akses layanan perlindungan sosial, seperti program pemberian makanan di sekolah, informasi tentang pencegahan
penyakit, masalah air dan sanitasi. Selain itu, banyak anak dengan orang tua yang bekerja terpaksa untuk tinggal di rumah sendirian, yang menempatkan mereka berada pada risiko berbagai masalah
perlindungan.

Kementerian Pendidikan di seluruh wilayah mengatasi tantangan ini dengan menerapkan program pembelajaran jarak jauh. Tujuan dari program ini adalah untuk memastikan kelangsungan belajar anak-
anak selama periode ketika sekolah ditutup. Sebagian besar program dirancang untuk mendukung anak- anak mengikuti kurikulum nasional melalui serangkaian tugas berbasis rumah. Guru tersedia dalam
berbagai tingkatan untuk mendukung anak-anak dalam mengerjakan tugas. Program tersebut memiliki bentuk yang bervariasi di setiap negara, namun sebagian besar program menggunakan platform
berbasis web, radio dan/atau televisi. Sebagian besar program pembelajaran jarak jauh juga berusaha memberikan informasi kesehatan dan keselamatan untuk membekali anak-anak dengan pengetahuan dasar tentang cara melindungi diri dari pandemi.

Translation education Master's degree - Linguistics
Experience Years of experience: 7. Registered at ProZ.com: Mar 2014. Became a member: Jan 2019.
ProZ.com Certified PRO certificate(s) N/A
Credentials Indonesian to English (Himpunan Penerjemah Indonesia (Association of Indonesian Translators))
Memberships HPI
Software Adobe Acrobat, MemSource Cloud, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, OmegaT, Passolo, Powerpoint, SDL TRADOS, Wordfast
Website http://www.mainkata.com
Professional objectives
  • Meet new end/direct clients
  • Transition from freelancer to agency owner
  • Get help with terminology and resources
  • Learn more about translation / improve my skills
Bio

Hello there!


Thank you for visiting my profile page. I'm Dewa and it means a lot to me that you drop by to pay a visit. So, without further a due, here are my details.


|BASIC INFORMATION|

• Certified Translator, by the Association of Indonesian Translators (HPI) for Indonesian to English couple. Link: http://sihapei.hpi.or.id/member/profile/HPI-01-15-1719  

• More than 7 years experiences in translation and interpreting
• Fulbright FLTA Awardee to teach Indonesian in the US from 2010 to 2011 while at the same time took some classes, including English grammar and Second Language Acquisition at the University of Georgia. 

• Masters of Linguistics from Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya

• Quick, accurate, competitive rates  
• Operating various CAT Tools, including Trados, Memsource, Wordfast, and OmegaT
• On time submission

|CONTACT INFORMATION|

• Email : [email protected]
• Mobile phone: (+62)81231455050

|PROJECTS|

A. Translation/Localization clients include

      (The) World Bank

      Airlangga University

      Asian Management Consulting

      Bappeko Surabaya

      BPPOM Indonesia

      FEB Universitas Airlangga Surabaya

      Global Network for Peacebuilders (USA)

      ICRAF

      Lexcode – The Philippines (translation and voice over)

      OPDAT- The Department of Justice of the U.S.

      Pertamina Lubricants

      PT Geo Enviro Abadi

      PT Karya Utama Integritas

      PT Landas Dinamika Group

      PT Myriad Research

      PT SMI 

      PT. SPIL (transcription and video subtitling)

      SDI Media

      Sidoarjo City Government

      Timely Translations –    (the Netherlands)

      Various journal articles and academic texts

      WAU Cinema (translation and voice over)

•   and other personal and confidential clients  



B. Interpreting clients include


      AMAN Indonesia for GNWP (US)

      ASEAN Foundation

      AUSAID (Australia)

      Austrade (Australia)

·         
Australia-Indonesia      Partnership
for RURAL Program (Australia)

      Bank Indonesia

      Bappeda Jatim 

      Bappeko Surabaya

      CAVAC (Cambodia)

      CDS Plus

      CITINET (Cities in Asia Pacific)

      DFAT Australia

      Directorate General of Immigration of the Ministry of
Law and Human Rights of RoI

      Edelman Indonesia

      Girls Not Brides Foundation (UK)

      Global Network for Peacebuilders (USA)

      Hivos

      ICRAF

      International Labor
Organization (ILO)

      JICA (Japan)

      Ministry of Village and Disadvantaged Regions of the
ROI

      Millward Brown

      Momentum Indonesia

      Myriad Research

      OPDAT- The Department of Justice of the U.S.

·         
Palladium International Indonesia

      PT Egis

      PT Momentum

      PT SMI 

      Standard Chartered
Bank

      The Ministry of Finance of RoI

      UBS Indonesia

      Pertamina Lubricants

      Asian Management Consulting

      UCLG-ASPAC (Seminar on Solid Waste Management)

      WWF

      (The)World Bank

      PT Field Dimension Indonesia (FDI)

      and other personal
and confidential client
s


Feel free to contact me at the aforementioned contact details for further discussions on how I can provide the best service to your needs. 


Warmest regards,


Dewantoro Ratri

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Profile last updated
Jul 7, 2020



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