The Ministry of Health in Ethiopia has invested significantly in the health sector, enabling it to improve primary health care. As the care infrastructure has expanded, however, the shortage of specialists has grown more severe. While the number of training places is rising, they are not necessarily in line with future activities and requirements of the health care system. Use of medical technology is becoming increasingly common in health care, and learning how to apply it should be included in training for health professionals. However, this training is not yet focused on developing practical skills.The GIZ programme on support to Capacity Development for Health Professionals and Biomedical Technicians therefore supports selected colleges, a biomedical workshop and a hospital in improving their quality of training for biomedical technicians and nurses. Furthermore, bringing the lessons learnt into the national policy advise ensures sustainability and knowledge sharing.
- Support the programme with day to day activities, for example preparation and minute taking of meetings and workshops, commenting internal and external documents such as policy drafts or meeting minutes
- Participate in team meetings as well as meetings with government partners and other development partners
- Support to project monitoring, in the Addis Ababa office as well as in the project site in western Oromia Region, and support to reporting to the German Government (BMZ) and Ethiopian Government
- Support to the project’s communication.
- Degree in Public Health, Education, or related field
- First experiences and a keen interest in the field of development cooperation
- Strong analytical skills and proven very good English and German writing skills
- Intercultural competence, patience and team spirit.
Please be informed that you are only allowed to apply for this internship if you are currently enrolled as a student or graduated not longer than six months ago.
We pay a monthly stipend of €1.580,- (gross). Depending on the country of assignment a monthly expatriation allowance (gross), predetermined by GIZ will be paid on top.
GIZ would like to increase the proportion of employees with disability, both in Germany and abroad. Applications from persons with disabilities are most welcome.
For further information, please contact Ms. Altincicek (Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone +251 902483858).