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Research on social protection systems and registries in francophone Africa

UNDP International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth

20 Nov 2020 Apply now Share
20 Nov 2020 Apply now Share
Background and objectives
In collaboration with IPC-IG’s researchers and other volunteers, the candidate will : (i) gather and analyse quantitative and qualitative information about specific social protection programs and beneficiary registries in Burundi and other countries to provide examples of good practices; (ii) evaluate social protection Management Information Systems and databases to help to decide the way forward for Burundi; (iii) support the development of project reports by writing up to 10-15 pages of the report; (iv) participate in up to 10 stakeholder meetings and take meeting notes in French.
Other communications related experience
Project on the development of a road-map and feasibility study of a Single Registry in Burundi and training the relevant stakeholders.
Volunteers: 1 needed
20+ hours per week / 14 weeks
Fluency in French. Interest in databases, including experience in quantitative data analysis, data management or relational databases. Advanced Excel. Academic or work experience in development, social policy or e-governance areas. Master’s Degree in areas of Statistics, Data Science, International Relations, and similar is desirable. Knowledge of M&E administrative tools (such as Management Information Systems (MIS)) and basic knowledge of software development is desirable.
English, French

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