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Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Internship Programme 2020

Deadline: March 1, 2020

Applications are open for the OECD Internship Programme 2020. The OECD Internship Programme is designed to bring highly qualified and motivated students with diverse backgrounds into the Organisation to work on projects linked to the Strategic Orientations of the Secretary-General and to support the corporate functions of the Orgnisation.

The main goal of the internship is to give successful candidates the opportunity to improve their analytical and technical skills in an international environment. The duration of the internship is for a period between one and six months (renewable for another six months up to a total of twelve months), on a full-time basis (40 hours/week). The OECD encourages potential interns to stay for six months in order to gain the best possible insight into work at the OECD.

Examples of work entrusted to interns include:

  • Participating in the preparation of studies and documents;
  • Carrying out research and reviews of existing materials;
  • Collecting, organising and analysing data;
  • Contributing to the production of documents, working papers and publications resulting from the above activities, including drafting notes and preparing technical annexes;
  • Participating in meetings and seminars;
  • Liaising and building networks with officials in national administrations, researchers, other international organisations and member country Delegations;
  • Contributing to the organisation of events, communication, planning and evaluation.

A contribution to living expenses of around 700 Euros per full month worked will be granted to interns by the OECD.

Internships are open for students who:

  • Are enrolled in a full-time degree programme for the duration of the internship in a field or discipline related to the work of the OECD;
  • Are available for a minimum internship duration of one month;
  • Have an excellent command of one of the two official languages of the OECD (English and French) and working knowledge of, or willingness to learn the other. Knowledge of other languages used at the OECD would be an advantage;
  • Possess solid quantitative and IT skills;
  • Demonstrate excellent drafting and communication skills;
  • Are capable of working in multicultural and international team environment.

Selection Process
The selection process consists of four main stages:

  • Your online application and cover letter (addressed to the Internship Office);
  • Pre-screening: all applications are screened by the Internship Office and suitable candidates placed on a shortlist made available to OECD Directorates;
  • Interview and/or Written Test: hiring teams may invite candidates to complete a telephone interview and/or written test;
  • Offer letter: if you are selected following a telephone interview and/or written test you will receive an e-mail with your internship offer letter from OECD Human Resources.


Clinton Global Initiative University 2019-2020 Program for Higher Education Student Leaders (Travel Assistance available)

Deadline: September 30, 2019 (For Travel Assistance)/November 4, 2019 (Other Applicants)

Applications are open for the Clinton Global Initiative University 2019-2020 Program. The Clinton Global Initiative University is looking for higher education student leaders who are committed to take action in their community to address a pressing challenge.
They are looking for undergraduate and graduate students across the world who are motivated to make a positive change in the areas of education, environment and climate change, peace and human rights, poverty allevation, and public health. Students accepted into CGI U will participate in a year-round program that includes access to: high-touch mentorship; a social impact curriculum; funding streams; and student engagement events, including an invitation to the annual meeting from April 17-19 at the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Travel Assistance

  • To be considered for travel assistance to the annual meeting, financial need must be demonstrated and priority will be given to commitments that readily align with the work of the Clinton Foundation.


  • You are eligible to apply to the CGI U Class of 2020 student cohort if you have never previously been accepted to CGI U;
  • You are at least 18 years of age; and
  • Currently enrolled in an institution of higher education at the time of application.

CGI U Graduation Requirements
Through the online platform, Commitment Mentors will review and monitor student engagement in the CGI U curriculum and ensure that students are fulfilling requirements for graduation. To complete the CGI U program and become eligible for CGI U’s Commitment-Maker seal, letters of recommendation and other opportunities, students must complete the following over the course of the 2019-2020 program:

  • Participation in one, hour-long small group discussion per module (4 in total) (to be scheduled by Commitment Mentors)
  • Review of CGI U’s 30-minute webinar recordings and readings, which will be housed on the online platform
  • Completion of one 30-minute individual coaching session with their Commitment Mentor per module (4 in total)
  • Completion of Commitment to Action progress report post CGI U annual meeting in April

Selection Process

  • Applications will be reviewed by the CGI U Selection Committee. All applicants, Early Deadline and Final Deadline, will be notified of admissions decisions in mid November 2019. The CGI U Selection Committee aims to convene a diverse cohort of students that demonstrate the motivation to tackle specific challenges, the capacity to develop their leadership skills, and dedication to CGI U’s yearlong program.


  • Applications for the CGI U Class of 2020 must be submitted by 11:59PM Pacific Time on Monday, November 4, 2019. For travel assistance, applications must be submitted by 11:59PM Pacific Time on Monday, September 30, 2019.
  • Click here to apply
  • For more information, visit Clinton Global Initiative University.

Job Opportunities at Sagemcom Tanzania

Job Title: Accountant H/F

Location:Dar es salaa Tanzania

Posted: 18th September, 2019
Application Deadline:2019-10-02

About Sagemcom
Sagemcom is a worldwide high technology group with its headquarter in France. Thanks to its proven capacity for innovation, the group is in a leadership position in many markets. Sagemcom aims to become a world leader in broadband terminals, convergence and energy solutions. Sagemcom is a private independent group backed by both Charterhouse, a Tier1 private equity firm, and its employees.
Leadership positions:
– Broadband Access (routers, gateways): N°1 in Europe
– Digital IPTV and TNT set-top boxes: N°1 in Europe
– Significant market shares on Energy market (Europe, North Africa), and optical fiber (Africa)
Job description – General and analytical accounting
– Record different accounting documents, including the analytical allocation
– Maintain files, including filing of general ledger journal vouchers, accounts payable documentation, and other miscellaneous filings.
– Prepare and maintain accounting documents, records, and reports in a timely and accurate manner.
– Cash & Bank reconciliation
– Process depreciation, asset acquisition, asset disposals and transfers
– Intercompany transactions updates and reconciliations
– Analyze and report on income statement and statement of financial position as per HQs requirements and deadlines
– Liaise with auditors for queries/requests pertaining to the preparation/audit of Financial Statements
– Monitor and process cash inventory and the efficiency of internal controls
– Ensure that all statutory licenses are compliant as per the country legislation and are kept up to date
– Prepare and ensure submission of VAT and all other related monthly/quarterly returns
– Fiscal and social obligations
– Prepare and file tax returns on a timely basis
– Prepare and finalize payroll and payslips as per company’s policy and local legislation
– Financial and cost control
– Provide assistance to project managers/ country managers in cost control (budget, variation analysis…)
– Prepare the management reporting / monthly consolidation as established by the company
– Prepare customer invoices and advances of payment
– Payment processing in accordance to the established processes and requirements
– Manage and reconcile debtors and suppliers accounts

Job requirements – CPA/ACCA required
– Knowledge of Quickbooks accounting software will be an added advantage.
– The ideal candidate should adhere to the company’s policy, willing to learn and eager to expand knowledge and experience.

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russell E. Train Fellowships 2020

Deadline: March 1, 2020

Applications for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russell E. Train Fellowships 2020 are now open. The Russell E. Train Fellowships support individuals pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree in conservation.
Each year, WWF supports committed conservationists from target countries to receive financial support for their studies and field research. Applicants can apply to attend any university around the world and must return to their home countries to work in conservation for at least two years after completing their degree.

2020 Train Fellowship Competitions

  • Building Capacity in the Galápagos: To build local capacity in the Galápagos, EFN in partnership with Celebrity Cruises, is offering fellowships to female conservationists to enable them to pursue graduate-level study (master’s and PhD) with the goal of advancing marine conservation in the Galápagos Islands. Please note: this fellowship opportunity is open to women only. Eligible countries: You must be a citizen of Ecuador. Preference is given to legal permanent residents of the Galápagos.
  • Current & Aspiring University Faculty for Conservation: EFN is providing fellowships to support current and aspiring university faculty that are affiliated with or currently employed at African, Asian and Latin American universities to pursue doctoral degrees in conservation-related fields. After completing a degree, the individual must enhance, expand, or establish a graduate-level conservation program at a university in their home country. Select countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. For a full list of eligible countries please review application guidelines.


  • You must be a citizen and legal permanent resident of an eligible country
  • You must have at least two years of conservation-related work or research experience
  • You must have a demonstrated commitment to working in conservation in an eligible country
  • Your research or academic program must address one of the focus areas listed in the guidelines
  • You must be enrolled in, admitted to, or have applied to a master’s or PhD program anywhere in the world
  • You must plan to begin your studies no later than January 2021
  • You must commit to working for at least two years in your home country after the completion of your degree
  • You must not have received a Train Fellowship or Scholarship in the past. Professional Development Grant recipients are eligible to apply
  • You must notify EFN if you are a WWF employee, consultant, or previous EFN grant recipient
  • You must submit all required documents by the application deadline (March 1, 2020)

Selection Process

  • Train Fellows are selected through a competitive, merit-based process. An independent, interdisciplinary panel of experts is convened in each country to review applications and to identify the top candidates based on the following criteria:
  • Professional qualifications as evidenced by previous and current conservation-related positions, references from colleagues in the field, publications, and other sources
  • Demonstrated leadership through involvement in community and volunteer activities, the workplace, local and national government, and other areas
  • Prior academic achievement as shown by grades, academic awards, and references from professors
  • Motivation and commitment to contribute to conservation in a participating country and to share what is learned with others in their field and in their home communities
  • Potential impact of proposed study/research on conservation efforts in the home country or region


Click here to applyFor more information, see FAQ or visit Russell E. Train Fellowships.

2019 International Conclave on Human Rights, Community Welfare, Philanthropy and UN SDGs 2.0

DEADLINE: October 10, 2019

Stanford Design Challenge 2020- Reducing the Inequity Gap: Designing for Affordability Fully Funded

DEADLINE: December 6, 2019
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REGION: United States
Stanford Design Challenge 2020: “Reducing the Inequity Gap: Designing for Affordability”

One of the key challenges of this century is addressing rising levels of inequity around the world. They have seen great advancement in the longevity innovation space, but new products and services far too often only reach the wealthiest people in a society. They challenge students around the world to innovate to significantly reduce the cost of a design that will help people at all ages achieve long and healthy life outcomes.

What Kinds of Designs are Included?
Any design that significantly reduces the cost of a solution contributing to longer and healthier lives will be accepted. Designs could target:

  • The health and well-being of young people
  • Solutions that allow individuals to remain in their homes.
  • Solutions that bring nutritious food to individuals.
  • Monitoring health and managing chronic disease.
  • Encouraging higher levels of activity and engagement at the community level.

Location: United States

Finalists will receive:

  • $1,000 USD to help with prototyping and finals preparation
  • Mentorship from an experienced industry professional
  • Paid travel to the Finals at Stanford University in April 2020 (Each team selected for the finals will be eligible for up to $1500 in travel reimbursement (or up to $2500 for non-US teams) to help facilitate participation in the finals. Reimbursement will be subject to Stanford University regulations on reimbursed travel.)

Winners will receive:
1st place: $10,000 USD
2nd place: $5,000 USD
3rd place: $2,000 USD


  • Each team must consist of at least one full-time student from any accredited institution of higher education anywhere in the world
  • Teams may have a total of up to 5 members, and may include non-students
  • Only students are allowed to present at the Finals
  • Eligible Regions: Open for All


  • Create a design for a product, service, or program that addresses the challenge topic, “Reducing the Inequity Gap: Designing for Affordability.”
  • Submit your design at the Apply Now Link any time before December 6, 2019.
  • 5-8 Finalist teams will be announced in January 2020.
  • The Final competition will be held at Stanford University in April 2020 (exact date TBD).
  • Application Deadline: December 6, 2019

For Further Queries:

For further queries, please email at designchallenge@stanford.edu.

D-Prize Challenge 2020 for Social Entrepreneurs (Up to $20,000 USD)

Deadline: November 10, 2019

Applications for the D-Prize Challenge 2020 are now open. The D-Prize supports new entrepreneurs who increase distribution of proven poverty interventions. The world has already invented products and services to end poverty, yet the best are not being distributed at mass-scale. Can you design a business or NGO that solves one of the Distribution Challenges below?
D-Prize Challenges

Girl’s Education

  • Sugar Daddy Awareness Challenge: 14 million unintended teen pregnancies occur annually in sub-Saharan Africa, and girls are 5x more likely to be infected with HIV. A one-hour “sugar daddy awareness” class reduces these risks 28%. Can you teach “sugar daddy awareness” classes to girls in need?


  • Quality Seed Challenge: Farmers who plant poor quality seeds suffer from low crop yields. High quality seeds that have been naturally bred to mature quicker, resist drought, and fight disease can double yields. Can you distribute improved seeds to farmers within sub-Saharan Africa?
  • Fertilizer Challenge: The world has invented a number of effective planting techniques proven to increase crop yield. For instance, microdosing fertilizer is a cost-effective method for applying fertilizer and ensuring higher crop yield. Can you teach smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa effective planting techniques?
  • Improved farm Practices Challenge: The world has invented a number of effective planting techniques proven to increase crop yield. For instance, microdosing fertilizer is a cost-effective method for applying fertilizer and ensuring higher crop yield. Can you teach smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa effective planting techniques?
  • Custom Agriculture Challenge: D-Prize is specifically interested in distributing proven agriculture interventions to smallholder farmers. If you know of a highly-effective intervention that is backed by credible evidence, we want to hear your plan to increase its distribution.


  • Solar Lamp Challenge: 600 million people in sub-Saharan Africa use kerosene lanterns to light their homes. Solar lamps are cheaper, cleaner, create cost savings, and increase household incomes by 30%. Can you sell solar lights to rural or slum-dwelling households in need?
  • Cook Stove Challenge: 3 billion people cook on traditional stoves, which cause chronic smoke exposure and are the cause of 4% percent of the global disease burden. A $13 modern stove provides cost savings and health benefits. Can you sell cook stoves and maintain long-term adoption rates?

Global Health

  • Patient Identification Challenge: Obstetric fistula, cervical cancer, club foot, and cataracts all have effective treatments. Yet identifying patients among large populations is difficult. Can you create a way to identify patients and connect them to early treatment solutions?
  • Maternal Health Challenge: Misoprostol is a $3 drug that could prevent 100,000 maternal deaths from postpartum hemorrhaging. Can you develop an organization to train birth attendants to administer misoprostol?
  • VMMC Challenge: The incidence of new HIV infections in many countries in Eastern and Southern Africa remains high. Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) can substantially reduce the risk of HIV acquisition for men, and can also reduce the risk of transmission of high-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) to the men’s partners. Can you develop an organization to identify candidates for VMMC and connect them to health facilities?
  • PMTCT Challenge: HIV can be transmitted from pregnant women to their infants. A short round of antiretroviral therapy (ART) can substantially reduce the risk of mother-to-child transmission. Can you prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV by helping HIV-positive pregnant women adhere to an ART regimen?
  • Sayana® Press Challenge: Many women in developing countries have an unmet need for contraception. Sayana® Press is an injectable contraceptive in a single-use package. Since the product is simple enough for community health workers or recipients themselves to administer, it may be particularly valuable for women who prefer injectable contraceptives but do not have regular access to health facilities. Can you train health providers on how to administer Sayana® Press?
  • Immunization challenge: Millions of infants in developing countries do not receive the routine immunizations recommended by the World Health Organization. Increased immunization rates in low-coverage areas could prevent a large number of childhood deaths from preventable diseases. Can you direct 500 caregivers (parents or other guardians) to bring their infants to health facilities for routine immunizations that otherwise would not occur?


  • Flipped Classroom Challenge: By 2030 Africa will need to fill an impossible 4.1 million teaching positions. “Flipped classrooms” and deskilled curriculum can be run by a facilitator, and reduce the need for expert teachers. Can you implement an effective curriculum to teach students in a resource-limited classroom?
  • Student Testing Challenge: In sub-Saharan Africa, 40% of children remain illiterate even after five years of school. Testing and public scorecards increase accountability in poor education systems. Can you launch an organization that tests student and school performance, and makes the information publicly available?

Governance and Infrastructure

  • Transpearency Challenge: Public services in developing countries are rife with corruption. Public reporting and scorecards creates real accountability. Can you improve transparency and report data on the public service performance?
  • Custom
  • Propose your own challenge: Propose your own challenge! If you know of another proven intervention in need of greater distribution, we would like to hear it. The only requirements are to choose an already proven poverty solution that is in need of distribution to more people in the developing world.

Up to $20,000 USD will be awarded to selected applicants to launch a pilot version of their new organization in any region where extreme poverty exists.


  • D-Prize is for aspiring entrepreneurs from anywhere in the world, of any age, and any background
  • They will consider funding existing organizations only if: you are piloting a new distribution-focused initiative, and you need high risk capital.

Judging Criteria
The D-Prize judging panel is composed of individuals with professional experience distributing life-changing technologies in the developing world.

Contestants are evaluated based on:

  • Passion and potential for candidate’s success, as evident by their academic and professional background, relevant skills, and quick leadership trajectory.
  • Focus on distribution. Proposals must focus on distributing a proven poverty solution that needs greater access in the developing world.
  • Potential for scale, based on the organizational model proposed in the concept note and the entrepreneur’s desire to commit and grow

Evaluation Process

  • Round 1: Submit your concept note and resume(s).
  • Round 2: Top 5% of entrepreneurs are invited to submit a full 10 page proposal. You will have four weeks to submit.
  • Final Round: Top entrepreneurs interview. Winners will receive up to $20,000 to launch.
  • Launch: Spend the next three months using your talent to start a venture and help millions of people.


  • Download the application packet before you go ahead to apply.
  • Prepare your concept note and resume(s), and clearly name your files. Concept notes and resumes can be separate documents. Files must be PDF and are limited to a size of 4MB each.
  • Input your contact details and upload your documents here
  • For more information, visit D-Prize Challenge.

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Standard Chartered Bank 2020 Internship International Graduate Programme for young Africans

Application Deadline: September 30th 2019

The Standard Chartered Bank International Graduate Programme is ~18 months long, including 4 weeks of induction, 11 months of training rotations and 6 months of business rotations. Internships are 10 weeks long.

Global Banking supports clients financial needs across more than 60 markets, providing solutions to over 5,3000 clients in some of the world’s fastest-growing economies and most active trade corridors.


For our Graduate roles, you must have an undergraduate degree and be eligible to work permanently in the country that you are applying to. If you’re applying for a role in the UAE, we may consider applications from nationals of Middle East and North African countries.

For our Internships, you must be in your second to last year of study to apply. We will accept applications from final year students who are required to complete mandatory National or Military Service after graduation.  To apply for an Internship position, you must have the legal right to work on a permanent basis in the country for which you’re applying for the full duration of the internship. If you’re applying in the US, you must have the legal right to work on a permanent basis. We are unable to apply for work permits for any Internship.

As English is the business language of Standard Chartered across the world, you need to be able to speak business-level English. Being able to speak more than one language would be an advantage.

Application Process

What the application process involves

There are a few steps to the application process.
Below should help you understand what you’ll need to prepare for each stage:

Short application form

When you complete the online form, you can include:

  • References
  • Educational experience
  • Work or volunteering experience and dates
  • A personal statement:
    • What you’ll bring to the role
    • Why SCB is your preferred choice. What makes us different?
    • Skills and experiences from your studies that you’ll bring to your role with Standard Chartered
    • Specifics of your work, volunteering or community experience that you’ll bring to your role with Standard Chartered

For More Information:

CLICK HERE TO APPLY ONLINE>>>>Visit the Official Webpage of the Standard Chartered Bank 2020 Internship International Graduate

Job Opportunity at Halotel, Technical Staff

Technical Staff

Application deadline 2019-10-18 ;

Qualification : Bachelor Years of Experience 2 years

The responsibilities will include:

Collaborate with internal and external groups to help identify and resolve issues affecting our services;

Operating all IT incident on the network;

Monitoring and ensuring the performing of IT field;

Writing the guideline, procedures, regulation of IP;

Process customer complaint;

Escalate issues and problems according to documented standard operating procedures;

Make accurate entries in shift logs of all events, issues, responses, and resolutions;

As the first line of defense, you will monitor systems and validate alerts using our array of monitoring tools.

Perform first-tier troubleshooting using tools and utilities to resolve system/network performance and related system/network issues.

Coordinate and implement network, software and hardware upgrades with the Network Operations and Development teams.

Install operating system software, patches, and upgrades.

Configure, optimize, and fine-tune monitoring systems.

Proactively work to refine documentation of systems/network, troubleshooting guides, policies, and procedures.

Work with the Network Operations team and Application Support Engineers to ensure maximum uptime of the system

Operating to deploy technical tasks( Reinforce bts, cable route, operation plans);

Diagnose, troubleshoot, and recommend fixes to connectivity issues.

Develop and maintain NOC policies, procedures, and tools;

Maintain client security levels and confidentiality of information;

Learn and follow company policies and procedures;

Performs other related duties as assigned.


Relevant university degree Qualification in related field

1-2 years of relevant work experience;

Working experience in telecommunication sector advantageous;

Transport (Motorcycle, car) add advantage.

Fluent in English (written/spoken);

Excellent writing skills, with the ability to make complex concepts easy to understand, while keeping content relevant and compelling;

Ability to analyze, interpret and explain employment law;

Proficient in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint) and database management;

Strong analytical, critical reasoning, and problem solving skills;

Influencing and negotiating skills to implement personnel policies;

Curiosity and a willingness to challenge organizational culture where necessary;

Organizational skills and the ability to understand detailed information;

Strong experience at developing and/or managing HR strategy in large organizations.


All Tanzania Region

Employment benefits:

Attractive remuneration based on experience and business result outcome.
Company Health Insurance plan
Employee allowances.