Posted: October 22, 2010 in JOBS! JOBS! JOBS!, Summer Jobs/Internships

AMREF’s 2010 CIDA Internships

AMREF is currently recruiting for 1 intern for a 5-month placement:

AMREF Canada, in partnership with the Canadian Society for International Health, is now recruiting for 1 government-sponsored internship in support of Health Systems Strengthening in AMREF’s office in Tanzania.

We’re looking for a Project Support Officer for a 5-month placement with the AMREF Tanzania country office in Dar es Salaam to begin in begining to mid-November, in partnership with the Canadian Society for International Health (CSIH) and with funding from the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) through its 2010/2011 International Youth Internship Program (IYIP).

To be eligible, interns must:

* be 30 years of age or under at the time of application;
* possess a university degree or college diploma by the time the internship starts;
* be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or person granted refugee status in Canada;
* be legally entitled to work in Canada;
* not be in receipt of Employment Insurance benefits;
* be in good physical and emotional health as attested to by a medical doctor;
* agree to obtain appropriate immunizations and arrange for travel/health/life insurance;
* agree to arrange travel to the host country and obtain the necessary visa and work permit, with the assistance of CSIH;
* not be an active employee of any government department, agency or organization at the time of completing the internship;
* be available and committed to working overseas full-time for the full duration of the internship;
* have no other obligations or commitments which might interfere with the successful completion of the internship.



  1. i need interniship for counseling psychology in Tanzania 2011 in aguast

    • MWALIMU says:

      Hi Elias,

      If you are looking for an internship in TZ your best option is to approach the organization you want to work for directly. Labda pitia ofisi zao, uwape CV yao uone kama watakubali. Nakutakia kila la heri mwenzangu.

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