Elva Community Engagement (www.elva.org) helps peacebuilding and stabilization organizations to collect, visualize and analyse reliable field data from hard-to-reach communities in conflict-affected areas in a responsible and sustainable manner.
From Eastern Ukraine to Syria and the Sahel, our ability to provide high-resolution, real-time data and trend analysis has unlocked better targeted and effective interventions for a range of different partners, from humanitarian organizations to local governments and peacebuilders.
Our work is being recognised and supported by leading international organisations including the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the European Union and other donors.
Where we work
Based in The Netherlands and Georgia, our work takes us to different conflict-affected areas in Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Amongst others, we have worked on the following topics:
Tasks and responsibilities
Your main task will be to assist in the writing of proposals to various proposals to tenders published by international organizations such as USAID, EU, the World Bank and others. Although you will receive extensive support from Elva’s directors, you are expected to work independently for the majority of any assigment.
Besides this, depending on your availability, personal interests and previous experience, you might be asked to work on tasks and activities, such as:
Relevant work experience within a dynamic, ambitious team that is involved in a range of innovative conflict transformation and humanitarian projects worldwide. Fundraising and proposal writing is one of the most highly demanded skills within any international organization/NGO. It can also be a very suitable stepping stone to other (managerial) positions.
To apply for this position, send a message with the subject line “Internship position”, and include:
Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Only selected candidates will be contacted.
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