- ACT is particularly interested in candidates with expertise, experience or interest in conservation agriculture.
- Applicants should either be recent graduates or students in a recognized university or graduate school programme and have completed at the very least two years of undergraduate studies in a field relevant to the work of ACT
- All volunteers and interns would need to demonstrate that they are fluent in written and spoken English, French, and or local national languages and be computer literate.
Interns would preferably bring their own laptops.
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The African conservation Tillage Network (ACT) has built a high performance professional team which works with the network stakeholders towards attainment organizational objectives. Opportunities to be part of this team are open to all in line with ACT policies.
Qualification & Criteria
We've posted a selection of vacancies under each category. For details on engagement opportunities please visit the links below: