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Artificial Intelligence, Development,Gender and Inclusion
Gender at Work, Ladysmith, Women at The Table, AI4D Africa
Kenya, South Africa, Ghana, Senegal, Uganda, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Burkina Faso, Nigeria
CAD 2,500 per year
Gender at Work and its partners are offering a two-year training program for junior consultants in selected African countries. The program will focus on skills and knowledge for working with organisations to improve gender equality and inclusion outcomes. Gender at Work has worked with more than a hundred organisations over its 20 year history helping them improve their work on gender equality.
Currently, Gender at Work is working with their partners, Ladysmith and Women at the Table to support research teams within the IDRC Artificial Intelligence for Development program (AI4D Africa).
January 9, 2023
Eligibility and requirements
Junior consultants, or recent graduates, with a background in gender studies who demonstrate:
- Experience as a facilitator
- A willingness to learn about artificial intelligence and development
- Residence in one of the countries where AI4D Africa projects are located
- Proficiency in English. The ability to also work in French is desirable but not essential (They intend to offer a French program in the future)
The program would give participants the opportunity to learn not only about the Gender at Work approaches to learning and change but the methods used by Women at the Table and Ladysmith as well. The program will accept 3 junior consultants for a 2-year program beginning early in 2023. There will be a stipend of 2,500CAD per year. It is anticipated that participants will spend approximately 5 days, spread over each year in various program activities.
How to Apply
Send an email to [email protected] stating why you would like to participate in the program and describe how you would apply what you learned in your future work.
Attach a short (2 page) CV. Applications must be received by January 9, 2023.