Enable automatic translation in your web browser
Our website is currently available only in English. We are working on getting Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Russian and Spanish translations of the website soon.
In the meantime, you can enable automatic translation in your web browser. Website machine translation is available at a click of your mouse, and it is easy to use.
Chrome use Google Translate to translate webpages. To enable or disable translation in Chrome, follow these instructions from Chrome’s help centre.
Firefox uses add-ons. We recommend the Google Translate add-on. Find information about other options here.
Safari use Google Translate to translate webpages. To enable or disable translation in Safari, install the Translate extensions from the Safari Extensions Gallery.
To translate in Safari, right-click on a page and select Translate this page and a translation bar displays below the address bar. Select the language to translate to in the translation bar, then click the Translate a webpage arrow.
The Microsoft Edge web browser supports translation for more than 60 languages. The browser will automatically prompt you to translate a webpage when the page you’re opening is in a language other than those listed under your preferred languages in settings. See how it works.