Baraohara is a small language-services agency based in Zagreb and founded in 2012.
The Director, Ivana Barisic Oharek, has a university degree in Croatian and French language and literature from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb. She has been doing translation and proofreading since her student days. She worked as a French language instructor at Svijet jezika-Vodnikova, and as a translator for Croatian Radiotelevision HRT. She spent a year in Paris working as a lecturer of Croatian language and culture in the French National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilization (INALCO), teaching students in all four years. As a translator and editor she collaborates with several renowned Croatian publishers, and translates for film and theatre festivals. She’s member of the Croatian Association of Audiovisual Translators.
Baraohara cooperates with many translators, all of whom are native speakers of the target language.
Amélie Nodilo is a native speaker of French and a graduate anthropologist who lives in Zagreb. At Baraohara she works on translations, gives conversation courses in French, participates in preparing and presenting language workshops, and contributes to developing Baraohara’s business activities.