Internship Title/Role: Assistant(s) to Community Health Worker (CHW) Project — Global Livingston Institute (GLI)

| Kepler

2020 Internship Project Pathways Deck 

About Global Livingston Institute (GLI): The Global Livingston Institute (GLI), is a research and education-based nonprofit organization committed to educating students and community leaders on innovative approaches to international development and empowering awareness, collaboration, conversations and personal growth. GLI is committed to improving communities globally. 

When we took our first group of students to Uganda and Rwanda in 2009, we could have never imagined that we would host hundreds of travelers, partner with the people of Kabale, Uganda to form a unique hybrid of job creation, education, and community development at the Entusi Resort and Retreat Center on Lake Bunyonyi, or host the largest, free music festival in East Africa. 

We continue to be inspired by the idea that if we bring the right people to the table, work collaboratively, and think big and differently, we can shift the dialogue surrounding international development and create lasting positive change to communities both at home and abroad. 

That is where our interns come in! 


Internship Title/Role: Assistant(s) to Community Health Worker (CHW) Project 

Program Area(s): Research, Entusi, Partnerships, Health 

Internship Job Description: The intern is responsible for coordinating and supporting a group of community health workers (CHWs). Intern will provide training on chronic disease management and prevention and oversee the monitoring and evaluation of program impact. 

Estimated Hours per week: 20 

Timeline: 3-6 Months (Summer & possibly Fall 2020) 

Point of Contact(s): Jerry Amanya (GLI) 

Location: Lake Bunyonyi, Uganda 

Key Roles and Responsibilities: Responsibilities include: 

  • Researching common causes of chronic disease 
  • Training CHWs on specific health topics aimed at reducing chronic disease 
  • Shadowing CHWs during house visits and health education workshops 
  • Triangulating health data 
  • Making recommendations towards culturally appropriate chronic disease prevention strategies. Key Qualifications & Skills: Research, data analysis, basic health knowledge, M&E, analytics of data, community participation & organization 

Application Deadline: April 20, 2020 

Costs: Bridge of Life can provide a small stipend for intern in-country (based on experience of intern) as well as ground transportation expenses for work-related activities. 

How to Apply: E-mail with your CV/Resume and cover letter or brief e-mail introducing yourself, and outline interest for applying for the specific internship position(s). 

REQUIRED In Email Subject Line, enter: RE: GLI INTERNSHIP APP: (Insert Internship Title/Role Here) 

Please be patient with us as we review and respond to your application! If you are a good fit for the role(s), you will receive a follow-up and be connected via email to the stated Internship Project POC(s) for an interview.