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Seeking a research partner in Mauritania

Bath SDR is looking for research partners in Mauritania to work on a qualitative research study in conjunction with Trinity College Dublin and the World Bank. 

We are seeking to recruit a representative who can act as a lead in-country researcher, whether in an individual or institutional capacity. Successful applicants should have senior experience in qualitative research techniques and an ability to manage a team of more junior field researchers to ensure that data is of the highest possible standard. For this study, if there is sufficient budget, we are planning to conduct some QuIP interviews and some more in-depth anthropological observation work. It would therefore be preferable to have more than one social researcher, at least one of whom can embed themselves in communities for periods of time to observe behaviours and activities within the community.

Les candidatures en français sont également invitées! L’appel à chercheurs et le directives QuIP disponibles en français.

Please see the call for proposals (also in French) for more information, and send any expressions of interest or queries directly to the email specified. Please note that we require a covering letter which as far as possible addresses the points in the call – please do not just send a CV as we will not be able to shortlist you. 

Shortlisted candidates will be contacted in December.

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