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Health Program Cost-Effectiveness Research Intern
Project Background - As part of our Microfinance and Health Protection work, Freedom from Hunger has analyzed related program development and operating costs. Findings from detailed cost benefit analyses (2009) indicate that costs range from .29 to $1.59 per client per year depending on the cost structure of the organization and the program. More current collection of cost data from partners indicate that costs for program development and piloting range from $3 - $5 per client; that operational costs once programs are launched are less than $2 per client, per year and decline as the program is scaled. While the programs are low-cost and sustainable by FSP partners, we hypothesize that these programs are cost-effective when compared to other similar programs that also aim to also achieve improved access to health knowledge and services for poor families. The purpose of this internship is to test this hypothesis through the collection and comparison of costs of other similar community based health programs with costs collected and analyzed by Freedom from Hunger for its partners’ health programs.
Institutional Giving Intern
The Institutional Giving Internship is designed for individuals interested in gaining experience in the field of international development, in particular as it relates to program design and resource mobilization. The intern will be part of the Institutional Giving team which is responsible for pursuing new opportunities to increase revenue from multi-lateral and bilateral donors, foundations, corporations and public sources. The intern will gain exposure to fundraising practices as well as cutting edge international development work in microfinance, financial inclusion and health among other areas.
Program Manager, Peru
The Program Manager will be responsible for leading Freedom from Hunger’s work in Peru and promoting poverty-focused financial services that improve food security for the chronically hungry poor. The Program Manager will provide training and technical assistance related to the provision of financial services and the integration of educational, health and other value-added services to microfinance institutions (MFIs) and other organizations in Peru. The Program Manager will play a primary role in raising Freedom from Hunger’s profile in Peru, promoting the uptake of its methodologies including community savings, the integration of technology and health services with financial products, and securing new partner organizations and funding.
- Program Manage, Peru — English Position Description
- Program Manager, Peru — Spanish Position Description