PIND’s IPDU Internship Programme 2022 for Nigerians
PIND seeks to engage an Intern to support the IPDU. The Intern will assist in improving the quality of IPDU deliverables.
The intern would assist the Research Coordinator to provide technical support to organizations on how to use the Peace Map and Early Warning/Early Response infrastructure, and to continuously re-engineer the existing research process to reflect best practices. The intern will also provide support in collating and coding over 600 conflict data monthly and weekly telephone engagement with more than 250 active Peace Monitors for coding and formatting of over 400 incident reports every month.
Interested candidates should email the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘IPDU Intern’ as subject of email,.
1. Application letter of not more than two pages stating understanding of the assignment and suitability for the role
For further clarification please download and read ToR below.
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