Working with The 1947 Partition Archive to Record Oral Histories Eliot Sun Published: August 26, 2014 At Kloudless, it’s awesome seeing all the cool stuff being built on our API. Once in a while, we get the opportunity to work with a nonprofit organization with an amazing philanthropic mission.Today, I’m thrilled to announce that we’ve partnered with The 1947 Partition Archive to make recording oral histories easier for everyone around the world.The 1947 Partition Archive is a crowdsourced collection of oral histories documenting the Partition of British India, the largest mass refugee crisis in the history of the world. The organization provides a platform to “collect, archive and display oral histories that document not only Partition, but pre-Partition life and culture as well as post-Partition migrations and life changes.”The Kloudless team is excited to help in this effort by making it easy for oral history collectors around the world to contribute their stories to the Archive. The Kloudless gives the Archive a user-friendly tool to accept video files of any size and resume paused uploads, which is especially important in areas with unreliable internet connections.At Kloudless, we believe that those doing good have enough on their plates and shouldn’t have to deal with the complexities of file uploads or any other file/storage features. Nonprofit organizations committed to charitable missions are eligible for heavily discounted or completely free service!Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how we work with nonprofits.