Samuel Hall is currently expanding its Migration and Displacement research team in Nairobi and Kabul! We are hoping to welcome experienced researchers by April 2017. Researchers have the opportunity to apply their research skills by leading research projects in Africa, and globally across Samuel Hallís areas of operation in Asia, Africa and Europe. Researchers work on desk reviews, key informant interviews, and conduct extensive fieldwork with implementers and beneficiaries to collect data and analyse results. Researchers also contribute to the strategic development of the Migration Pillar by applying for grants and proposals, attending international conferences, and participating in the dissemination of our research. There is a strong potential for in-country and international travel.
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