SRHR

HEARD 2018 PhD Scholarship Opportunity

HEARD is offering six PhD scholarships (full-time) which will be available to students conducting research in one of the following areas:  Health Systems Strengthening; Health Economics; Health Financing; Unsafe Abortions; Contraception; Universal Health Care Financing; Gender-based Violence.

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An additional six PDH scholarships on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights/Young Key Populations will be awarded to students undertaking research focusing on key populations in Africa. 

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Deadline for applications is extended to 23 August 2017. 

 

Internship in the area of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) in Southern Africa

Introduction:

The Regional Office for Southern Africa of the Dutch Humanist Institute for Cooperation with Developing Countries (Hivos), aims towards an open and green society, inspired by humanist values such as freedom, dignity, responsibility and curiosity. Our objective is that every person can live in freedom and dignity on a planet that is sustainable.

Background and Rationale

Hivos Regional Office Southern Africa is offering an opportunity to work for a development organisation. The objective of the internship is to enhance the educational experience of undergraduate and graduate students from diverse academic backgrounds through practical work assignments and on-the-job experience in order to expose them to the work being done in the health and development sector. 

The Southern Africa Office position is based in Johannesburg and will work under the guidance of the Project Manager, SRHR who is responsible for managing a Regional Fund on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights which includes a knowledge management function and other related activitiessuch as providing support to the upkeep and promotion of the Regional SRHR web site (www.sexirghtsafrica.net) as well as developing and implementing projects and programs targeted to SRHR work in Southern Africa.

Eligibility

Undergraduates or postgraduates who intend to study further or to work in area of international development ideally with a focus on health/sexual and reproductive health, communications, human rights or fields connected to the objectives of the RSRHR Fund and Hivos SRHR work in Southern Africa. To read the full requirements click here.

Application Process:

To apply send a letter explaining your motivation to apply for this position and your CV to rosaf@hivos.org

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Deadline for submissions is the 9th of January 2017