PIND Foundation is seeking for an intern for its Integrated Peace and Development Unit (IPDU). The intern would assist the Research Coordinator to provide technical support to organisations on how to use the Peace Map and Early Warning/Early Response infrastructure, and to regularly register Peace Agents on the Partners for Peace (P4P) Peace Map. The intern will also provide support for coding and formatting of over 400 incident reports every month, forwarding of conflict early warning reports to Prevent Committees for early response, and weekly correspondence with P4P Peace Monitors and Prevent Committees.
While PIND is an equal opportunity employer, a key objective of the Foundation this year is to promote greater workforce diversity and inclusion. In pursuant of this goal, priority for this internship will be mainly for persons from Bayelsa and Ondo States who either reside in Port Harcourt or are willing to be in Port Harcourt for the duration of the internship at their own cost. Candidates must meet the stated requirement for the opportunity irrespective of their states.