CALLING FOR RESEARCH FELLOWS
Africa Development and Resources Research Institute (ADRRI) is calling for research fellows. If you have a PhD in any discipline, interested in Research in Africa and willing to join ADRRI Team, then send us your CV for review and consideration.
Africa Development and Resources Research Institute (ADRRI) is a non-governmental development policy organization, non-political and a policy think tank with over 7 years of experience in promoting quality applied research in Ghana and Africa at large. ADRRI is non-political policy research institute based in Ghana, founded in 2010 and registered in 2012 to promote Ghana and Africa Development in the area of environmental and natural resource economics -sanitation, climate change; public policy formulation, education, Economics, finance and accounting, trade liberalizations, poverty, gender, and development through quality applied research. The institute aims to inspire quality applied action research which can give birth to a new Africa.
What is expected from fellows?
After receiving nomination as an ADRRI fellow, you are expected to use your expertise to nurture young career researchers affiliated with ADRRI, offer suggestions for funding sources and also help seek funding for you to nurture young researchers. Each fellow could work and coordinate activities from the primary location without necessarily being present at ADRRI location. The fellow’s work will be coordinated by the executive director or a senior policy staff member of ADRRI. ADRRI fellows are expected to formulate clear tangible outcomes/recommendations towards ADRRI’s work. Fellows could be invited to make presentations at ADRRI’s policy dialogue and trainings.