The Kenya Medical Research Institute is committed to providing the youth with opportunities to acquire, sharpen their knowledge and gain technical/practical skills to complement their studies in order to enhance their employability in line with the Kenya Vision 2030. We have an opportunity to investigate the relationship between cholera occurrence in terms of dominant hotspots and various environmental and human factors associated with the hotspots. This is important for managing cases and preventing future outbreaks.
The project has internship opportunities for the following positions:
Reports to: Study PI
The interns will be trained on:
In addition, the applicants must:
The Internship programme will be for twelve (12) months.
A monthly stipend of Kes. 25,000/= will be given without any other benefits.
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their application together with their detailed CV by email to: Director, Research and Development (DDRT@kemri.org), or address to
Human Resources Department,
PO Box 54840-00200
CLEARLY marked with Title of Job Advert not later than November 18 ,2019.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.