FAMILY PLANNING DIGITAL TOOLKIT DESIGN INTERN
CARE is an international NGO with local staff and community partners in 100 countries. We create local solutions to poverty and inequality and we seek dignity for everyone every day and during times of crisis. These solutions have a broad range, from disaster response to food and nutrition to education and work for women and girls to healthy mothers and children. CARE puts women and girls at the center of everything we do because when they have equal access to resources, they lift their families and communities out of poverty. Our staff live where they work, which makes us effective at understanding the challenges they face. We’ve been doing this for 75 years, since World War II. It started with the world’s first CARE Package® of food for the post-war hungry in Europe. Our work today is as important as ever, we believe that poverty and inequality are historic injustices that we can end within a generation, for good. If you share our core beliefs: poverty is an injustice; poverty is solvable; and together, we have the power to end it, join us, and Fight with CARE.
Work Location : US – Atlanta, GA Type of Post : Not Applicable
Other Possible Location : REMOTE Funding : APPROVED
Expected Travel : Not Applicable Type of Contract :
Language Requirement : ENGLISH Application Deadline :
Employee Duration : Intern-Pay
CARE is a leading humanitarian organization fighting global poverty. CARE’s flagship program on Sexual and Reproductive Health in Emergencies (SRHRiE), the Supporting Access to Family Planning and Post Abortion Care, (SAFPAC) Initiative, aims to reduce women’s unintended pregnancies and deaths from unsafe abortion in acute emergencies and chronically crisis-affected countries.
Since 2011, the SAFPAC initiative has developed guidance and tools for implementing its core approaches: 1) clinical skills training and assessment; 2) supportive supervision of health facilities; 3) community engagement; 4) monitoring & evaluation. The SAFPAC initiative has also developed short case studies and briefs on new interventions such as mobile outreach and safe abortion care. As the current version of the project is ending, the Health Equity and Rights (HER) team is looking to package existing resources for knowledge management, dissemination, and learning.
- Help map and organize existing tools in a shared folder
- Coordinate a final review and edit of tools by program staff
- Oversee the translation of documents into French as needed (DeepL or vendor)
- Work with vendor to format/layout each tool as needed, adhering to CARE Brand Standards
- Work with the HER team to determine the best platform for posting the toolkit
- Coordinate with other staff/ internal departments to get the toolkit online
- The intern will be a Junior/Senior undergraduate or Master’s student studying digital media, graphic design, communications, public health, international development, or a related field.
- Experience with design, editing, updating websites, etc.
- Detail-oriented, organized
- Clear, accessible communication style
- Familiarity with global health and development and/or sexual and reproductive health desirable
- Fluency in French is highly desirable
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