LVCT Health jobs- internship opportunities Full-time Job4 months ago Medical & Healthcare Nairobi 1.1K views Reference: 700
LVCT Health jobs Vacancies
LVCT Health is committed to making a significant contribution to building human resource capacities by providing internship opportunities to students pursuing diploma, degree and postgraduate courses in areas relevant to our work.
We offer a minimum of 12 internships to Kenyan students and 3 international students every year. The internships are offered on voluntary basis and the standard internship period is 3 months.
Through this program, students get enriching practical experiences that contribute towards completion of their study programs and also get exposure to working life. Students who have over the years interned with the organisation reported the experience to have been worthwhile and to have contributed significantly to their careers. The students also get a chance to contribute to the organisation by bringing in innovative ideas and building capacity of their colleagues in their respective areas of expertise.
Applications for internship are considered based on merit, organizational needs and availability of slots. For consideration, students are encouraged to submit their compelling cover letters indicating the specific area of interest, preferred internship period and a detailed CV through [email protected]
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LVCT Health is a Kenyan non-governmental and not-for-profit organization registered in 2001 after a research project that pioneered the first three HIV voluntary counselling and testing centres in Kenya.
We aim to drastically reduce new HIV infections: increase equitable access to quality health services through innovative, integrated, comprehensive and high impact services and programs that can be delivered at scale.
Our work is anchored in a Research-Policy-Practice -RPP framework (Hatua model) through which we implement evidence informed programs. We pilot innovative solutions to the HIV challenges identified in the national and community priorities and support scale up for population level impact.
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