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  • Women in Nepal

    Research Intern, Sexual and Reproductive Healh

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    LEARNING OUTCOMES:

    • To understand the research to action model and how research translates into advocacy among different stakeholders for SRH in humanitarian settings.
    • To engage in inter-agency processes for policy-setting and advocacy around SRH in crises.
    • To learn various data collection and analysis methods pertaining to early marriage, family planning, adolescent SRH, community-based SRH services, among other SRH-related topics in humanitarian settings.

    SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES:

    The SRH Research Intern will support projects on early marriage through taking part in data analysis, reporting and advocacy messaging. Specifically, the intern will:

    • Analyze qualitative evaluation data from 1-2 country programs addressing child marriage in Ethiopia and Lebanon.
    • Undertake research on research priority setting for child marriage, engage and interview diverse stakeholders, and synthesize findings for publication
    • Draft and copy-edit reports, communications and other external materials, as needed.
    • Support preparation for partner trainings.
    • Support the development and writing of proposals for the SRH team.
    • Attend relevant meetings and conferences. Other tasks as required.

    ABOUT THE SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH PROGRAM:

    The Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) Program promotes quality, comprehensive reproductive health care for crisis-affected women, men and youth in the areas of maternal-newborn health, family planning, STI/HIV/AIDS and gender-based violence. The SRH Program:

    • Ensures that reproductive health is on the agenda of humanitarian assistance organizations, development agencies, policy makers and donors.
    • Leads the Inter-agency Working Group (IAWG) on Reproductive Health in Crises through housing the Secretariat.
    • Advocates for the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health to be implemented in the earliest days of an emergency, and integrated into emergency preparedness plans.
    • Examines the needs, risks, and capacities of specific population groups—such as very young adolescents and persons with disabilities—to enhance access to quality SRH services.
    • Pilots community-based models and other innovative approaches to meeting the SRH needs of women and adolescents affected by crises.
    • Produces tools and field-friendly guides on the MISP, maternal health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), gender-based violence (GBV), emergency contraception and emergency obstetric care for humanitarian workers to better implement SRH activities in emergency settings.
    • Advocates for the international community to undertake a comprehensive multi-sectoral approach, which protects women and girls from sexual violence and traditional practices in displaced settings.

    Reports to: Senior Advisor, Sexual and Reproductive Health Program, Women’s Refugee Commission
    Position: Sexual and Reproductive Health Research Intern, 2018 Internship
    Location: New York, NY
    Timeframe: July through December 2018 (Start and end dates negotiable)
    Deadline to Apply: July 31, 2018

    To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and a short writing sample to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    For more information on our Sexual and Reproductive Health Program, please visit: https://www.womensrefugeecommission.org/srh