The Rockefeller Foundation has a unique opportunity to play a central role in fixing food loss-an eminently fixable problem. Just as we deployed resources to increase production when there simply was not enough food to feed humanity, we now have an opportunity-and an imperative-to ensure that the food that is grown is consumed.
As an Intern at The Rockefeller Foundation you will have the chance to contribute to our initiatives through engaging on meaningful work assignments.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
The Intern will learn how to develop innovative solutions to improve nutrition security in resource-poor settings through cross-sector and multidisciplinary approaches involving nutrition, agriculture, business, environmental science, information technology, data science, and other fields.
Topics to be explored include food system transformation and enabling national and regional markets to sustainably produce affordable protective foods.
Education, Experience and Skills
- Currently enrolled in a graduate program in one of the following areas: global health, nutrition, epidemiology, agricultural economics, business, environmental science, or related field interest or experience working in the nonprofit sector.
- Strong research and analytical capabilities; able to think strategically about opportunities to advance the Foundation’s policy and advocacy work around energy access and poverty reduction.
- Strong writing and editing skills in technical and scientific areas; strong attention to detail.
- Dexterity with large data sets and capabilities to interpret qualitative and quantitative data.
- Collaborative, innovative, eager to learn, and interested in how foundations create and execute strategies working alongside partners.
- Must be a proactive self-starter.
- Able to multi-task and work well under pressure in a fast-paced environment.
- Must be authorized to work in Kenya.
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Closing Date : 17 August, 2020