International Internship (Aug to Oct 2016) – Côte d’Ivoire, Search for Common Ground

Working under the supervision of the Côte d’Ivoire Country Director, in coordination with other national and regional program staff, the intern will undertake the following:

Internship Assignments:

The intern will work in support of the on going projects and the team in Côte d’Ivoire. He will conduct an analysis of the issue of gender in land dispute in Man, Guiglo, Korhogo, Odiéné, Bouaké, Abengourou to take out recommendations for targeted and urgent actions for the country.
Conduct an analysis of the issue of gender in land dispute
Participate in activity planning and implementation for the UNHCR projects
Assist the Country Director in the preparation of various activities, including workshop sessions, meetings, and elaborate the activity reports.

Period: The period of the internship will last from August to October 2016.

A work plan is drafted and approved by the Country Director.
TOR of the analysis of the issue of gender in land dispute
Report of the analysis.

Internship terms:
For the purpose of the internship in Côte d’Ivoire, the Country Director or his delegate will supervise the intern. He will be responsible for setting task and evaluating the intern’s work.
The work objectives below will be undertaken by the intern on the basis of 5 working days per week, with any days off agreed in advance with the supervisor. The intern might be requested to work on weekends, as some activities might take place during weekends.
The internship will be based in Abidjan, but will be deployed inside the country to conduct the analysis.

SFCG will supply the following:
Accident Insurance (see attached policy);

The intern is responsible for covering costs related to additional insurance, flights, vaccinations and visas – and any other costs incurred and not listed above. Note the internship is unpaid. SFCG will pay for per diem and accommodation costs if the intern is doing fieldwork outside of the base location along usual rates used for the program.

Bachelor’s degree in international development, international relations, conflict resolution or other related field
Written and oral proficiency in English and French
Knowledge/experience in Africa, especially countries in conflict
Excellent writing skills
Experience in analysis and study.

Kindly submit your CV and Cover letter through our Application System. Please note, applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

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