Gouvernement du Canada

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Grant Programme Researcher

Statut : Comblé
Organisation : Victoria International Development Education Association
Acronyme : VIDEA
Type : Organisme non gouvernemental
Mandat : VIDEA works to inspire thought and action on global issues, and has been involved in the promotion and delivery of global education in British Columbia since 1977. VIDEA actively engages teachers, students, youth and the general public in learning about--and becoming involved in--international issues, with a particular focus on the need for socially just and sustainable global development. VIDEA provides learning opportunities through special events, seminars, workshops, tours and conferences; it conducts research and publishes quality learning resources that are used in Canada, the United States, and overseas. Through such CIDA-funded projects as Harnessing the Wave: Community Action for Africa and Time to Deliver: Community Action on AIDS in Africa, VIDEA's Africa Programme creates sustaining linkages between Canadian communities and Zambian communities in the belief that community-driven, grass-roots action can lead to positive change. The Community Action for Africa Internship Project facilitates these community connections by supporting partnership-building with Zambian organizations, allowing VIDEA to develop a greater understanding of these organizations and the strengths and needs of the communities in which they work, while also providing young Canadians with valuable international work experience.
Adresse : 407-620 View Street
Victoria, British Columbia,
V8W 1J6
FAX: (250) 388-5258
Veuillez visiter le site Internet de l'organisation offrant ce stage pour connaître ses exigences avant de lui envoyer votre curriculum vitae.
Personne ressource : Jennifer Savidge
Courriel : info@videa.ca
Pays : Afrique du Sud
Ville : Capetown
Secteur : Concours fournis aux organisations non gouvernementales
Description du stage : WHEAT Trust's Grantmaking Programme provides grants to poor women to enable them to access training opportunities that will improve their economic self-sufficiency and contribute to community development. While in the past WHEAT Trust has conducted an impact study/evaluation of its Grantmaking Programme, the organization has not had the capacity to do so in recent years. Ongoing impact measurement of this programme is essential for ensuring its effectiveness, and an intern in the position of Grantmaking Programme Researcher would contribute significantly to achieving this objective.

In Canada
With VIDEA support, the intern will be responsible for:

-familiarizing him/herself with Zambia background reading/information;
-applying for travel documentation required for Zambia;
-obtaining necessary vaccinations/medications for Zambia;
-fundraising $300 for contribution towards internship with VIDEA support;
-researching WHEAT Trust and mandate/programming;
-familiarizing him/herself with internship-specific workplan supplied by WHEAT Trust;
-developing correspondence with WHEAT Trust;
-reading Canada's International Policy Statement and familiarizing him/herself with the Millenium Development Goals;
-attending VIDEA orientation session;
-developing workplan outlining career goals;
-attending VIDEA debriefing/reintegration session;
-reflecting on/planning/conducting outreach activities in his/her community;
-providing feedback to CIDA and VIDEA before, during, and after internship placement.

The Grantmaking Programme Researcher will assist in the ongoing measurement and evaluation of the Grantmaking Programme and contribute to the development of the grantmaking process by:

-conducting participatory research with women who have received WHEAT Trust grants in past years;
-identifying factors contributing to and limiting the success of women who have accessed WHEAT Trust grants;
-identifying factors that may limit organizational growth and providing recommendations for improvement;
- assisting in the identification of local leadership to serve on the WHEAT Trust committee and board;
- assisting in the identification of WHEAT Trust ambassadors to champion WHEAT Trust's work.
Organisation d'accueil : Women's Hope Education And Training Trust
Détails au sujet de l'organisation d'accueil : WHEAT Trust promotes a culture of giving through supporting South African grassroots women's empowerment for the development of local communities. WHEAT Trust believes in women as agents of social change to bring about sustainable development. Backing up this belief with action, WHEAT Trust's primary activity is the provision of grants for training and educational opportunities to women working at a grassroots, community level.