[Vacancy] Researcher/Creative Writer Consultants at PIND

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PIND is seeking to engage researcher/creative writer consultants develop case studies on two success stories from its peacebuilding interventions in the Niger Delta.

PIND is a Nigerian non-profit Foundation established in 2010 with initial funding by Chevron Corporation to support a portfolio of socio-economic development programs for Nigeria’s Niger Delta to improve standards of living of communities in the region. PIND’s peacebuilding program is aimed at achieving the greater goal of regional and lasting peace in the Niger Delta; it hopes to achieve this through creating sustainable peace partnerships, encouraging collaboration and synergy amongst peace actors, providing support for economic development and strengthening indigenous structures for peace while also creating and building interface with larger state-level or regional peace efforts.

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PIND is seeking to research, write and publish two case studies on selected success stories from peacebuilding interventions across in the Niger Delta. These success stories will be harnessed from interviews and conversations with beneficiaries and program officers. These success stories will be documented as 4-pager documents that are easy to read and understand while communicating the powerful impacts that PIND projects and interventions are making in the lives of beneficiaries. These case studies are to be presented in a non-technical communication product that can be disseminated to the development planning and practitioner community in related fields and other relevant development advocates and promoters.

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