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Programme Quality and Learning Intern


Under the general guidance of the Senior Programme Quality and Learning Officer, the Intern will work closely with the PQL team closely in carrying out MERL and research activities in ActionAid Cambodia. 


  • Assist SPQL officer in designing data collection tools, templates, and assist in regular data collection or generation process.
  • Support in data verification and compilation from the field as stipulated in the MERL plan.
  • Assist SPQL officer to update and maintain the project/program databases,
  • Assist SPQL in organizing capacity building to the implementing partners for enhancing skills and knowledge for proper and quality data collection and reporting.
  • Assist SPQL officer in related field work including, baseline studies, Mid-Term, and evaluation etc.
  • Assist SPQL officer to consolidate country report and other reports to governmental agencies and donors,
  • Assist SPQL officer in compiling data for programme reports, Translation, advocacy, and campaign activities.
  • Contribute to developing and managing knowledge products (knowledge management) of the programme/projects.
  • Participate in virtual internal and external monitoring meetings through assisting in organizing and facilitating various events such as PRRP, meetings, workshops,
  • Carry out other duties and responsibilities related to programme quality as assigned by the SPQL Officer.


    • Gain understanding of Programme Quality works in ActionAid and its partners.
    • Obtain experiences in monitoring, evaluation, and research.
    • Have opportunities to build up capacity in data collection, entry, cleaning, analysis and reporting,
    • Expose to opportunity to build relationship and leadership including liaison and coordination skills with other staff and community/partners.
    • General understanding of the work and mission of the AAC, the role of stakeholders and partners at national and global levels and the role of internship in contribution to development effectiveness.
    • Insight and hands-on experience in AAC’s role in facilitating and promoting and running complex projects.
    • Becoming more familiar with working in an international non-governmental orgranisation
    • Good understanding of AAC mission, vision, values, and its approaches to development


  • University student preferably fresh graduate in the field of development study, management, data science,
  • Good in written and spoken in English,
  • Good at computer skills typically knowledge of Microsoft Application including, Word, PowerPoint and especially Excel,
  • Have willing to learn about MERL and research,
  • Respect and committed to shared values of the organization, mutual respect, equity and justice, honesty, and transparency, solidarity, with poor and marginalized people; courage of conviction, and humility.
  • Gender and HIV/AIDS sensitive.
  • Positive attitude towards learning and sharing.
  • Well-organized, very respectful and non-discriminatory;
  • Ability to manage confidential information, and ability to work under pressure.

How to apply:

Applications should send your CV, motivation letter, highlighting your suitability for the position and how you meet the criteria for this role to: by clearly indicates which position you are applying for. Shortlisted applicants will be notified. Qualified women, minorities, and people with disability are strongly encouraged to apply


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