Opportunity Tracker

Featured Opportunity

Report Abuse


Stipend Available : Check out the AquayaLEARN Fellowship Programme for African Students & Young Professionals

African students and young professionals can work with Aquaya's research team to create and implement cutting-edge water and sanitation solutions through the AquayaLEARN Fellowship.

Aquaya's WaterTRACS program focuses on monitoring water quality, conducting research, and strengthening water sector stakeholders. The Water Quality Assurance Fund aims to improve drinking water quality in rural areas. Project W, a centralized WASH data directory, supports decision-makers in achieving sustainable services at scale. Openings are available in Ghana and Kenya, with a preference for Ghana or Kenya.

Concerning Aquaya
A nonprofit research and consultancy group called the Aquaya Institute (abbreviated "Aquaya") is committed to improving global health by providing everyone with access to clean water, sanitary conditions, and good hygiene (WASH). We provide vital information, tools, and insights to help with well-informed programme, policy, and funding decisions. By providing vulnerable communities with access to clean water and sanitary facilities, this knowledge enhances human health and wellbeing.

Aquaya has experience in more than 20 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America in the fields of public health, economics, technology evaluation, and social entrepreneurship. We have generated a great deal of other reports and publications in addition to publishing more than 40 peer-reviewed research articles. Aquaya has offices in Accra, Ghana, and Nairobi, Kenya. Additionally, there are employees in the US, France, Ethiopia, Morocco, and Uganda.

Send your résumé and a well-written cover letter to aquayalearn@aquaya.org via email. The deadline for applications is May 31.

Kindly mention your preferred programme (WaterTRACS, Water Quality Assurance Fund, Project W) and your reasons for applying for the AquayaLEARN Fellowship in your cover letter.

Applications without a cover letter won't be taken into consideration. "Fellowship Application for [your name]" should be mentioned in the subject line of your email. Following that, candidates will have to fill out a screening form.

Additional Information

Host Institution
Program Type
Fully Funded
Program Benefits
reimbursement for travel costs (including, if applicable, a round-trip ticket to Nairobi or Accra and travel for research purposes).
a payment for extra living expenditures and lodging.
Eligibility Criteria
Obtaining an MSc or PhD in public health, environmental resource management, urban planning, or a related field from a Kenyan or Ghanaian university.
eligibility for obtaining a work permit in Kenya or Ghana.
proficiency in the language.
a desire for using technology and research to address basic issues in development.
The job requires expertise in data management, statistical analysis, research, strong work ethic, excellent communication, organization, time management, and the ability to manage multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment, while maintaining a positive attitude and humor.
Application Procedure
Click on the official link below to apply now

Stipend Available : Check out the AquayaLEARN Fellowship Programme for African Students & Young Professionals 0 reviews

Login to Write Your Review

There are no reviews yet.

Translate »