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  • MEDA - Internship History
    Videos meda tv MEDA Blog Stories from the Field Client Stories Personal Reflections MEDA Web Links Get Involved MEDA Convention Upcoming MEDA Events MEDA Field Experiences How to Get Involved Youth Connect MEDA Ambassadors 20 under 35 MEDA Chapters Mennonite Entrepreneurs Conference Ways to Give Donate today Gift Solutions Catalogue Planned Giving Sarona Risk Capital Fund Farmer to Farmer MSCU Mutual Aid in Action Fundraise for MEDA AmazonSmile Donate while you shop Products Supporting MEDA Donate aeroplan miles Resources Publications The Marketplace Magazine Learning Centre Policies Logos and Branding My MEDA My Communication Preferences My Giving History MEDA Staff Logins Website Login Logout MEDA365 E mail Login MEDA365 SharePoint MEDA Master Photo Library Travel Tracker Email Print Internship History 16 years of providing internships 1997 94 interns have worked to carry out MEDA s mission 19 countries MEDA interns have called home Careers Careers at MEDA Contact HC Internships Available Internships About Internships Internship Logistics Internship History Internship FAQs 2014 MEDA Interns Intern Blogs MEDA Intern Testimonials Past Interns Stay in Touch Please complete all required fields First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input E mail Invalid E mail Address Please Subscribe Me Unsubscribe Me Please choose one Select

    Original URL path: http://meda.org/about-internships/internship-history (2016-02-17)
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  • MEDA - Tanzania- IT Development Intern
    and Branding My MEDA My Communication Preferences My Giving History MEDA Staff Logins Website Login Logout MEDA365 E mail Login MEDA365 SharePoint MEDA Master Photo Library Travel Tracker Email Print Tanzania IT Development Intern Project Description Strengthening Small Business Value Chains DFATD The goal of this project is to improve the performance of small growing businesses SBGs and entrepreneurs SEs in extractive agri food logistics construction manufacturing and financial services sub sectors across Southern and Eastern Tanzania The project will provide business development services access to innovative finance such as competitive matching grants and facilitate small business alliances Job Description The main objective of the IT Development Intern includes contributing to the success of the program through executing the following key activities Assist with designing and implementing ICT solutions methods and approaches Collaborate with key partners and vendors Assist with preparing and developing a work plan and materials that can be shared with partners Document findings and lessons learned Additional duties as assigned Qualifications University degree in Business Administration Computer Science IT or related field Proficiency with databases is an asset Independent self directed and highly motivated Knowledge of international and business development concepts Previous experience living volunteering or travelling in a developing country is an asset Canadian citizen or a permanent resident Between the ages of 19 and 30 Have not previously participated in an internship with DFATD s IYIP initiative Legally entitled to work in Canada Appreciation and support of MEDA s faith values and goals Internship Details MEDA provides a modest stipend and housing allowance In addition all direct expenses are covered including items such as round trip airfare health insurance and other related direct costs such as work visas and vaccinations MEDA does not require interns to contribute any money toward the internship An orientation week

    Original URL path: http://meda.org/available-internships/1637-tanzania-it-development-intern (2016-02-17)
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  • MEDA - Nicaragua- Rural Microfinance Intern
    to support new microfinance product development This may include the following key activities Support the MFI and its partners to operationalize pilots or scale up of new products through assistance on partnership development and improvement of marketing strategies new products include those leveraging new technologies i e mobile ATM cards and those targeting specific demographics i e women Support the MFI in providing staff training and ongoing monitoring for its mobile data collection initiative which aims to replace paper loan applications and other data collection materials with a mobile application to be used by loan officers working in the field Support the MFI and its partners in the implementation and monitoring of clean energy loan products Collect and report on impact stories of MiCredito s work to document successes and new opportunities Support quarterly and annual donor reporting requirements Document findings and lessons learned through blog posts and contributions to the MEDA Twitter feed Conduct dissemination activities for Mi Credito MEDA and the MF industry seminars publish results etc Qualifications University degree preferably masters in business economics international development marketing or related field Knowledge of international and business development concepts Independent self directed and highly motivated Experience in sales or telecom mobile phone businesses financial institutions payments technologies product development and or mobile financial services is an asset Experience in leveraging new technologies mobile phones video etc in the field for education or marketing purposes is an asset Proficiency in the Spanish language is required Previous experience living volunteering or travelling in a developing country is an asset Demonstrated understanding of other cultures Experience working in Latin America or with Latino populations in North America desirable Canadian citizen or a permanent resident Between the ages of 19 and 30 Have not previously participated in an internship with DFATD s IYIP

    Original URL path: http://meda.org/available-internships/1633-nicaragua-rural-microfinance-intern (2016-02-17)
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  • MEDA - Myanmar- Communications and Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Intern
    s incomes and agricultural productivity and increase the number of women assuming leadership roles as economic actors in their communities The project also will facilitate and strengthen the provision of goods and services to women small scale producers by Myanmar public and private sector actors thereby improving the enabling environment within which these producers operate Finally the project will improve the standard of living and the business environment for at least 125 000 indirect clients who will directly benefit from women small producer s improved incomes household or enhanced goods and services provided by stronger MSMEs Job Description The Communications and Monitoring Evaluation M E intern will coordinate with the IMOW team members to carry out the program s communications and ME L strategy by conducting research collecting photos and writing client stories that demonstrate the impact the program is having in the lives of Myanmar women This position will include domestic travel to Southern Shan and Karen States Activities include but are not limited to Communications 80 Assist with developing communications content for project reports website social media platforms and other print materials including writing client stories blogs and articles Provide support and coordination for gathering agricultural and market information as well as information relating to nutrition and gender Assist with evaluating the most effective approaches to reach women the project s target clients and continue building communications and marketing linkages that will strengthen women s access to a full range of information on an ongoing basis Engage in facilitating access to information and monitoring its use by women Collect photos and stories that demonstrate program impact Other communication and administrative duties as assigned Monitoring Evaluation and Learning 20 Support the Monitoring Evaluation and Learning team in establishing project systems Participate in implementation of ME L tools and systems

    Original URL path: http://meda.org/available-internships/1805-myanmar-communications-and-monitoring-evaluation-m-e-intern (2016-02-17)
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  • MEDA - Uganda- Rural Microfinance Intern
    Logos and Branding My MEDA My Communication Preferences My Giving History MEDA Staff Logins Website Login Logout MEDA365 E mail Login MEDA365 SharePoint MEDA Master Photo Library Travel Tracker Email Print Uganda Rural Microfinance Intern Project Description UGAFODE The goal of this project is to reduce the gap between informal and formal financial services by providing new opportunities for low income clients to save with a focus on women and underserved rural areas Job Description The main objective of the Rural Microfinance Intern includes contributing to the success of the program through executing the following key activities Collect and report on impact stories of UGAFODE s work to document successes and new opportunities Support quarterly and annual donor reporting requirements Work with program manager to draft case study regarding lessons learned and cultural shifts in institution will require qualitative interview skills Additional duties as assigned Qualifications University degree in business economics international development or related field Exceptional writing skills Previous experieince conducting interviews Experience in sales or with telecom businesses financial institutions product development and or mobile financial services Independent self directed and highly motivated Knowledge of international and business development concepts Previous experience living volunteering or travelling in a developing country is an asset Canadian citizen or a permanent resident Between the ages of 19 and 30 Have not previously participated in an internship with DFATD s IYIP initiative Legally entitled to work in Canada Appreciation and support of MEDA s faith values and goals Internship Details MEDA provides a modest stipend and housing allowance In addition all direct expenses are covered including items such as round trip airfare health insurance and other related direct costs such as work visas and vaccinations MEDA does not require interns to contribute any money toward the internship An orientation week will be

    Original URL path: http://meda.org/available-internships/1642-uganda-rural-microfinance-intern (2016-02-17)
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  • MEDA - Contact Us
    560 6549 Lancaster PA USA MEDA Washington Office This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 202 800 8910 Washington DC USA MEDA Winnipeg Office This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 1 800 665 7026 204 942 4001 Winnipeg MB Canada Human Capital This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 1 800 665 7026 519 725 9083 Waterloo ON Canada Sarona Asset Management Investment This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 519 883 7557 Kitchener ON Canada MEDA Trade Co Inc Foreign Exchange This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Phone 1 800 561 8741 or 519 725 1715 Fax 519 725 9083 Waterloo ON Canada Media Information Linda Whitmore This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 1 800 665 7026 ext 32 519 725 9083 Waterloo ON Canada MEDA Engagement This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 1 800 665 7026 or 717 560 6546 717 560 6549 Lancaster PA USA MEDA Ethiopia This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 251 922 727 740 Addis Ababa Ethiopia MEDA Europe This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 011 49 2622 906184 011 49 2622 906167 Germany MEDA Ghana This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Tamale Ghana MEDA Myanmar Burma This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 95 01 502 661 Kamayut

    Original URL path: http://meda.org/contact-us (2016-02-17)
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  • MEDA - Privacy Policy
    party an individual or organization outside of MEDA use the treatment handling and management of personal information by and within MEDA or by a third party with the knowledge and approval of MEDA Privacy practices Consent for Identified Purposes Personal information gathered by MEDA is kept in confidence and is used only for the purposes stated at the time of collection Where possible and appropriate MEDA will endeavour to obtain express consent and state our intended use of your personal information either orally electronically or in writing in some cases implied consent will be assumed In rare circumstances such as detecting and preventing fraud serious illness or mental incapacitation obtaining consent may be impossible or inappropriate MEDA will ensure that your reasonable expectations for using your personal information are respected and you have the choice to withdraw your consent at any time Limited Collection Use Disclosure and Retention MEDA will limit our collection of personal information to that which is necessary to fulfill the purposes identified at the time of collection If we would like to use your personal information for a reason other than its original purpose we will contact you first to request permission Your personal information will be appropriately disposed of as soon as the purpose for which it was collected is no longer relevant except as required by law or other industry recordkeeping standards Safeguards MEDA has security measures in place to protect your personal information from use or disclosure beyond its original intention We evaluate the sensitivity of the type of personal information we collect and take the appropriate level of security measures to ensure the integrity of your personal information and to prevent its loss or destruction MEDA will implement procedures to ensure compliance with the Privacy Policy including Regular privacy audit and procedure reviews Established procedures to receive and respond to inquiries and complaints Training and communicating of employees and client contractors about MEDA s privacy policy and procedures Maintaining reasonable and systematic controls schedules and practices for information and records retention and destruction to prevent unauthorized parties from gaining access to Personal Information Obtain contractual agreements with third parties stipulating the confidentiality of the information and the purposes for which it is to be used Accuracy and Access MEDA strives to keep your personal information accurate If you would like access to your personal information we keep on file to verify its accuracy please contact the Privacy Officer listed below As further protection of your privacy and security we may take steps to verify your identity before granting access to your information In certain situations MEDA may not be able to provide access to all of the personal information it holds about a member donor client contractor investors and other stakeholders in which case MEDA will provide the reasons for denying access upon request Website Usage and Security The www meda org web site is operated by MEDA for the benefit of our members donors clients contractors investors and other stakeholders interested

    Original URL path: http://meda.org/resources/policies-logos-and-branding/203-privacy-policy (2016-02-17)
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  • MEDA - My Communication Preferences
    MEDA Ambassadors 20 under 35 MEDA Chapters Mennonite Entrepreneurs Conference Ways to Give Donate today Gift Solutions Catalogue Planned Giving Sarona Risk Capital Fund Farmer to Farmer MSCU Mutual Aid in Action Fundraise for MEDA AmazonSmile Donate while you shop Products Supporting MEDA Donate aeroplan miles Resources Publications The Marketplace Magazine Learning Centre Policies Logos and Branding My MEDA My Communication Preferences My Giving History MEDA Staff Logins Website Login Logout MEDA365 E mail Login MEDA365 SharePoint MEDA Master Photo Library Travel Tracker My MEDA Communication Preferences We honor your privacy The information you provide is used for our records to send the publications and information that you request from MEDA We do not share your personal information with any third parties First Name Invalid Input Last Name Invalid Input Email Invalid Input I would like to receive the following publications by Marketplace Magazine Mail Email No thanks Invalid Input Published six times a year with a focus on integrating faith work and MEDA s business oriented approach to poverty alleviation MEDAzine Email No thanks Invalid Input A monthly email news update that features stories about people whose lives have been impacted by MEDA s work So What Mail Email No thanks Invalid Input A bi annual report that informs readers about hands on economic development issues that MEDA faces around the world The title So What refers to the often asked questions about final impact so what changes as a result of development work MEDA Annual Report Mail Email No thanks Invalid Input Available each November Please update your profile for our records Address Invalid Input City Invalid Input State Province Invalid Input Zip Postal Code Invalid Input Country Invalid Input Phone Number Invalid Input Mobile Phone Invalid Input Birth Year YYYY Invalid Input Comments Invalid Input Please select

    Original URL path: http://meda.org/my-meda/my-meda-communication-preferences (2016-02-17)
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