Due Date: July 14, 2019
Applications are open for the UNV/UNFPA Population Data Fellowship Program2019 This effort will offer early-career experts with the chance to add to UNFPA’s technical deal with population and advancement, while at the very same time the Fellows will be presented to the fields of civil registration and important stats.
The UN Volunteer Population Data Fellows will deal with UNFPA ahead of time used research study, technical help and capability structure in civil registration and important stats; in close partnership with nationwide stats workplaces, civil registration authorities and associated UNFPA institutional partners.
The fellowship program offers a chance to bring 8 early-career experts into UNFPA, offering individuals a distinct chance for expert advancement. Making it possible for experts to understand their complete knowing and profession advancement is a crucial element of this UNV-UNFPA collaboration.
- UN Volunteer Population Data Fellows will benefit from online knowing tools and courses, along with private profession training. Fellows will likewise participate in an onboarding workshop early in their project and a management and profession advancement workshop prior to completion of their project.
- The UN Volunteer Population Data Fellows will be totally incorporated into UNFPA’s work to make sure optimal knowing, direct exposure and expert advancement. UNFPA will offer technical induction, cultivating a neighborhood of practice and peer-to-peer knowing amongst individuals, continuous tracking and chances for on-the-job training.
- Open to young experts from all over the world who have ideally a Masters degree and a minimum of 2 years of expert experience associated to demography, information science, used stats, or combined approaches research study
- Prospects must show dedication to UNFPA’s required through scholastic, extra-curricular or volunteer activities
- Females, native individuals, individuals with impairments, LGBTQI prospects and other marginalized groups are highly motivated to use.
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