Ahaki is encouraging researchers, scholars, litigants, activists and practitioners from across Africa who are passionate about SRHR and Reproductive Justice and are fluent in both French and English to apply to be part of its fellowship program.
Afya na Haki (Ahaki) is an African research and training institution that advances health, human rights and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR).
Ahaki is currently implementing a programme on Litigating Reproductive Justice in Africa. This Programme aims to create an environment where Africa embraces reproductive justice through progressive, evidence-based and collaborative litigation for access to SRHR.
The programme particularly targets building the capacities of African individuals through the renowned fellowship programme. This round of call for fellows will commence in September 2023 and it is a full-time inperson engagement for a period of 6-12 months at Ahaki.
The fellowship is designed to support Ahaki’s programmes and provide opportunities for career development in research, litigation and capacity enhancement in reproductive justice.
- The candidate must have at least a master’s degree in the following disciplines: law, public health, social sciences, Gender studies, human rights, or any other discipline relevant to SRHR.
- The candidate should have experience in research, litigation and capacity enhancement in the area of SRHR. Working experience in project management and implementation will be an added advantage.
- Applicants must be able to express themselves fluently in both French and English.
For more information, visit Afya na Haki (Ahaki).