Research Assistant, UgandaThe Water Trust in Uganda
The Water Trust (TWT) is an international NGO combatting disease and poverty in the developing world with investments in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). Currently our geographic focus is Masindi District in Western Uganda. Our WASH model concentrates on shallow hand dug wells and boreholes with a complementary sanitation and hygiene program. Additionally, we implement a WASH in Schools program at local elementary schools. TWT's vision is simple: to live in a world where all people have access to clean water and practice healthy sanitation and hygiene behaviours. The need is most certainly there - 780 million people do not have access to clean water and over a billion people do not have access to a toilet. In order to support our team in Masindi, Uganda TWT is recruiting a Research Assistant. Applicants are currently being accepted. This is a wonderful opportunity to get involved with a great NGO impacting those in need.
Evaluate current research efforts including: data collected, stored and managed
Analyze data and make suggestions for changes in current model to improve impact for all stakeholders involved
Work with field team to implement changes
Make suggestions on how to measure overall impact of the organization
The ideal candidate will:
Be a self-starter
Have expertise working with excel and or other data software
Have experience analyzing qualitative and quantitative data
Have experience in international development and the water, sanitation and hygiene research
How to apply:
Please send a Resume and answers to the following questions to Sarah Mendelsohn; email@example.com
o Give an example of how you were a self-starter in the past?
o What university are you enrolled in (or involvement with an external organization) and how will they participate in the TWT Development/Fundraiser Internship?
o Describe experiences (professional, academic or volunteering) that you have had in the past that you will be of assistance to this internship
o Why do you want to intern with The Water Trust?