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IIP-Ibis Reproductive Health
Johannesburg, South Africa (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms:
Program Terms: Summer
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This program is currently not accepting applications.
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Dept Offering Program: International Internship Program (IIP) Program Type: Internship
Degree Level: 1st year u/g students, 2nd year u/g students, 3rd year u/g students Time Away: Summer
Housing options: Student Responsibilty with support from IIP and/or Host Organization Program Group: International Internship Program
Duration of Program: 8 or more weeks Program Adviser: Shahreen Rahman
Program Description:
Program Description:
Ibis Reproductive Health

Organization Overview

Ibis Reproductive Health (IRH) is a global research non-profit organization. IRH aims to enhance women and girl’s reproductive autonomy, choices, and health worldwide through rigorous research, innovative solutions and advocacy. IRH's core activity is clinical and social science research; their agenda is driven by women’s needs and prioritizes increasing access to safe abortion, expanding contraceptive access and choice, and integrating HIV and comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services. IRH envisions a world where reproductive health services are simpler, easier to access, and equitable for all, where policies are grounded in evidence, and where women and girls have autonomy over their reproductive and sexual lives. The vision of success for IRH is an inclusive and just world where everyone has the right and ability to exercise their sexual and reproductive health choices.

Intern Responsibilities:

IIP interns will contribute to one or more of the following projects:
  • Improving access to sexual and reproductive health for youth and adolescents 
    This is a three-part project:
    • Part 1: Convening of a national coalition of stakeholders working to address sexual and reproductive health of youth and adolescents. Some of the activities for this part include sending coalition updates, sharing new research and hosting a national meeting.
      IIP interns will support the coordination of coalition events and take part in networking efforts. For every event, the IIP intern would compile a comprehensive report and take part in project team debriefing meetings.
    • Part 2: Mmoho – national campaign on adolescent reproductive health
      Ibis is currently rolling out a national campaign that seeks to address the occurrence of teenage pregnancy and other adolescent reproductive health issues.
      IIP intern’s responsibilities will include drafting mmoho website content and monthly features and participating in mmoho events.
    • Part 3: Research - Mmoho campaign is informed by ongoing research. Anticipated activities of the IIP intern  include but are not limited to: coding, data collection, literature review and drafting manuscripts and research briefs.
  • Improving sexuality education in public schools 
    Ibis will be conducting research in 2018 to inform strengthening of comprehensive sexuality education in public schools. The research will take place in all nine South African Provinces. Data will be collected from primary and senior schools on their perceptions of current sexuality curriculum. The IIP intern's responsibility will include the development of a database, data entry, data cleaning, data quality check, coding including drafting a coding structure, data analysis.
Qualifications:
IIP candidates with interests in public health, human rights, social sciences, gender issues, social and clinical research are encouraged to apply. Skills in monitoring, evaluation, and communications would be an asset, as would the ability to speak/write more than one language. Experience in working in reproductive health would also be an asset. 

If you are enrolled in the Global Health Program certificate, this internship will fulfill the GHP internship requirement.

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This program is currently not accepting applications.