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  • Career level: Associate
  • Posted On: Oct 8, 2017
  • Application Deadline: Nov 8, 2017

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Intern in Bangladesh with the Child Sight Foundation, an organization dedicated to preventing avoidable causes of childhood blindness. This internship programs is geared towards students who want to gain valuable professional experience working with the Child Sight Foundation. Interns will work on writing grant proposals, conducting research and various other internship tasks.

  • This internship in Bangladesh provides a meaningful way to provide solutions for children suffering from blindness and ensure that we do everything possible to prevent future cases.
  • Interns gain valuable professional experience by completing this internship and have the chance to develop their skills in grant writing, marketing, and various other tasks.
  • The Child Sight Foundation accepts internship applicants, professional healthcare volunteers, and also fellowship applications. Visit the Child Sight Foundation website to learn more about available options.
  • Internships can be completed anywhere from three to twelve months, intern for the time that best fits your schedule.
  • Applications are available online! The Child Sight Foundation will notify you about their decision within 2-3 weeks.

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About the Company

Company Name: Child Sight Foundation

Company Profile: Established in 2000, CSF Global (formerly the Child Sight Foundation), works to establish a rights-based inclusive society for children with disability in developing countries throughout the world. We work with children with disabilities, their families, community members, service providers, program planners and governments to ensure that no child is disabled from either preventable or treatable causes (biological and social) and that all children with disabilities and their families have access to high quality evidence-based services and support. We are a pioneering organisation in conducting research into childhood disability in developing countries and are reputed for our development of the Key informant method, a community mobilisation program to enable cost-efficient identification, diagnosis and treatment/ service referrals for children with disability living in hard to reach, low-resourced locations. We produce strong evidence to guide program planners on the control of childhood disability, and develop internationally endorsed manuals and guidelines to inform practice in this area.

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