Pact, a non-profit organization based in Washington, DC, is implementing a DFID-funded â€œSocial Accountability in the Health Sectorâ€ (SAHS) programme. Pact has an immediate need for highly competent Nepali citizen to fill the following positions.
Detailed Job description / requirements:
Social Accountability in the Health Sector
Terms of Reference
The DFID-funded Social Accountability in the Health Sector programme seeks to promote coherence and effectiveness of social accountability initiativestoward a more effective and responsive health service governance and delivery. The programme conducts multiple studies in social accountability and dialogues around them to build consensus.
The selected intern will support the studies team on Applied Political Economy Analysis (APEA) and Situational Analysis (SA).S/he is required to work at Pact office at most of the time. The detail responsibilities for intern as below:
- Collect data
- Call enumerators for verification of data, information
- Collate data of APEA and SA as per the instruction of the research team
- Write short narratives as asked by the research team based on the data or desk study
- Perform other task as required by the study team in relation to the studies
The intern will be mentored by and report to the lead researcher.
- The expected qualifications and competencies required for the intern includes:
- Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Social Sciences or related discipline
- Demonstrated experience in data analysis preferred.
- Prior knowledge and experience in data collection or research will be preferred
- Have good interpersonal and communication skills
Nearly seven weeks. The assignment will start from August 19-and end on October 15, 2019. The term may be extended for six months upon satisfactory performance.
Pact doesn’t pay remuneration for interns but compensate for transportation and other basic expenses.
Interested candidate can submit a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than August 14, 2019.
Women and persons from marginalized and disadvantaged communities are encouraged to apply.