Deadline: May 28, 2023
SRHIN Health Equity Champions (SHEC) Program 2023
The SRHIN Health Equity Champions (SHEC) program is a voluntary program where SRHIN recruits, trains, and supports 40 emerging leaders approximately between 18-30 years of age who will be Health Equity Champions for SRHIN across different states in Nigeria.
Slum and Rural Health Initiative (SRHIN) is a nonprofit organization that started operations in 2017 and is officially registered in Nigeria, Ethiopia, and the Gambia that improves access to healthcare information and services in Africa, especially in vulnerable and underserved communities using the tools of advocacy, research, and technology.
These champions will work closely with the SRHIN Nigeria Country Coordinator and will work with the direction and support of the SRHIN Programs team to come up with innovative and exciting ways to improve healthcare delivery in marginalized settings in Nigeria. This is a fantastic opportunity to impact your community, country and the world working with a highly-visible, mission-driven SRHIN volunteers in an incredible, supportive environment. Champions will receive training on how to conduct impactful campaigns and leverage the media for increased impact.
- Opportunities for small grants to organize community health projects
- Certificates upon completion of the program
- Mentorship from influential young global health leaders from across the world
- Eligible applicants must be resident in Nigeria.
- Must be aged 18–30 years.