Internship in Cameroon with WWF

WWF has an opening through its Youth Volunteer Internship Programme for a volunteer/intern for a 6-month assignment with the WWF Cameroon as Policy and Advocacy Intern. Deadline to apply is 30th of  April.

The Africa Policy and Partnership Department provides high level analysis, recommendations, strategic information, representation and support for policy and advocacy for a range of intergovernmental processes to help WWF Network deliver priority conservation outcomes. To that effect, it ensures effective and efficient engagement of WWF in key policy frameworks, conventions and partnerships in the Africa region.
 
The Africa Policy and Partnership Unit Intern’s duties and responsibilities will be analyses the contribution of Country Offices to sub-regional, pan-African and Global policy processes and events by the Country Strategic Plans, and Critical Contributions. This will help ensure adequate alignment with and contribution to the Global Practices and guide ROA support to Country Offices’’ policy work, consolidates the ROA’s FY 19 policy and partnership calendar of events, performs other duties as requested by the Africa Policy and Partnership Director.

Main critera

  • University undergraduate or graduate in International Relations/Development, Environmental Sciences, Environmental Law or other related fields, public relations;
  • Experience of internship/volunteership with conservation or development organisations.  

In order to apply, please complete the online application form.

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