Internationa Internships » Internship in Swaziland, Cote-d’Ivoire and Nigeria
The International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) at Mailman School of Public Health supports comprehensive HIV prevention, care and treatment programs at more than 700 clinical sites, primarily in sub-Saharan African.
ICAP provides opportunities for students of public health and related fields to gain practice designing, implementing, and evaluating family-focused HIV programs.
In 2010, ICAP will offer several unpaid and partially funded internship opportunities in Swaziland, Cote-d’Ivoire and Nigeria for 2-6 months, depending on students’ availability.
Eligibility in Nigeria:
MPH student or Background in Public Health (HP&M student preferred but not a requirement)
Experience in program evaluation and data analysis.
Experience working in developing country context, interest in HIV/AIDS and related conditions, organizational development etc.
Background in Public Health, HIV/AIDS and TB, skills in Excel and/or Access
Interest in health systems strengthening
Background in Social Work and/or Public Health with interest and experience in nutrition, HIV/AIDS and related conditions, and working with OVC.
Experience working in developing country context, strong writing skills, skills in Excel and/or Access.
Eligibility in Cote d’Ivoire:
MPH student or background in Public Health and prevention of mother-to-child-transmission programs; experience with program evaluation; fluency in French (speaking/writing); skills in Excel and/or Access
Experience working in developing country context.
Eligibility in Swaziland:
MPH student or background in public health, experience in HIV/AIDS and chronic illness.
Experience working in developing country context, interest in HIV/AIDS and related conditions.