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Global Health Internship in Ethiopia

March 6, 2010

The Global Health Leadership Institute is currently recruiting one intern to contribute to the evaluation of the Clinton Foundation’s Ethiopian Millennium Rural Initiative (EMRI). The primary focus of the internship will be both quantitative and qualitative research as part of this mixed-methods evaluation of the EMRI program. The intern will be based in Addis Ababa at the Clinton Foundation office but will travel to health center sites located in rural areas of the three major regions of Ethiopia: Amhara region, Oromia region and Tigray region. The quantitative component will consist of site visits to EMRI health centers to corroborate health center data. The qualitative component will consist of the development of qualitative research protocols and observational site visits to EMRI health centers.

Interested students should email Brian Seavey for more information. A resume and cover letter is due to brian.seavey@yale.edu by Friday, April 2nd at 5:00 PM.

Please note: Applicants must be an enrolled student at one of the Yale graduate school programs or Yale College, and fluency in Amharic is preferred.

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