The HSEL has a specific focus on health system strengthening for universal health coverage adapted to fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable countries, serving the most vulnerable populations including migrants and forcibly displaced people. The HSEL is intended to be a “Lab for All” those programmes, at all three levels of WHO, and seeks innovative approaches to health system resilience, especially in the context of fragile, conflict-affected and vulnerable countries.
The Internship position is best suited for Master’s level students or recent Master’s graduates within six months after the completion of their degree. This is a four month position. The Intern will be assigned to activities related to HSEL research, publications and communications. Fluency in English speaking and writing are required. For more information please contact Dr Ali Ardalan at email@example.com.