APPLY: 2024 Food and Agriculture of the United Nation Program For Young Africans
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) spearheads global endeavors to combat hunger and ensure that everyone has consistent access to nutritious food for an active and healthy life.
Participating in an FAO internship offers individuals the chance to make meaningful contributions toward the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. It aligns with FAO’s Strategic Framework, designed to advance the 2030 Agenda. This involves transitioning toward more efficient, inclusive, resilient, and sustainable agri-food systems that enhance production, nutrition, environmental well-being, and overall quality of life, leaving no one behind.
Summary for 2024 Food and Agriculture of the United Nation Program For Young Africans
- Host: United Nations
- Eligible Countries: All Countries
- Reward: Full Sponsorship
- No IELTS Required
- Deadline: December 31, 2023.
Details of the 2024 Food and Agriculture of the United Nation Program For Young Africans
The Internship Programme endeavors to engage highly motivated young individuals, both men and women, eager to contribute their fresh perspectives, innovative concepts, and recent academic insights in the realms of FAO. This program offers participants a valuable learning experience, allowing them to complement their academic expertise with hands-on work assignments closely aligned with FAO’s mission and activities.
To qualify for the Food and Agriculture of the United Nations Program, you must meet the following criteria:
- Be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a recognized educational institution or have recently graduated. It’s important to note that FAO only considers qualifications from institutions accredited or recognized in the World Higher Education Database (WHED), a list maintained by the International Association of Universities (IAU)/United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). You can access the list at http://www.whed.net/.
- Specialize in a field that aligns with FAO’s mission and activities.
- Possess a working knowledge of at least one FAO language (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, or Spanish). Proficiency in a second FAO language is considered an advantage.
- Be a national of an FAO Member country.
- Fall within the age range of 21 to 30.
- Demonstrate adaptability to an international, multicultural environment and possess effective communication skills.
Duration and Rewards:
The program offers monthly stipends and additional allowances to interns who do not receive sponsorship from their respective universities or other entities.
Method of Application
To apply for the Food and Agriculture of the United Nations Program, follow these steps:
- Visit the FAO recruitment website at Jobs at FAO and complete your online profile. We highly recommend ensuring that your profile is accurate, comprehensive, and includes details about your employment history, academic qualifications, and language skills.
- Attach a letter of motivation, proof of enrollment in a recognized university, or a copy of your academic qualifications to your online profile.
- After completing your profile, proceed to apply and submit your application through the FAO recruitment portal. Please note that only applications submitted via the portal will be considered.
- Ensure that your application is thorough and complete, as incomplete applications will not be considered during the selection process.
- Your application will be assessed based on the information provided in your online profile.
- Be aware that personal information shared in your application may be shared within FAO and with third-party companies that assist FAO in offering employment support services, such as application pre-screening, assessment tests, background checks, and related services. Consent to share this information will be requested before submitting your application. You have the option to withdraw your consent at any time, but this would result in FAO’s inability to consider your application.
- If you are not selected before the application deadline and wish to be considered for future opportunities, you will need to reapply to new job postings.
- To ensure your application is given due consideration, we recommend submitting it well in advance of the application deadline.