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Habiba Organic Farm
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Habiba Village, Nuweiba, South Sinai, EG
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Internships available!

Project: Habiba Organic Farm

Posted by Alice Gray over 11 years ago

We are seeking 2 interns to help us drive our project forward! Come and live with us in the staggeringly beautiful Sinai peninsular and help us realize a wonderful project!

We are currently looking for 2 interns, minimum committment of 6 months, to help us develop our ambitious plans for Habiba.  Free food and accomodation will be offered at Habiba Camp on the beachfront approximately 2km from the farm.  

One internship is for fundraising and web-development.  If you are experienced and motivated, we would love you to come and help us improve our web presence and marketing strategy, as well as look for grants to develop our reseach and development and community extension programs.  

The other internship is for a farm development and volunteer coordinator to help manage and develop the farm and lead foreign volunteers in work-days as and when they are present at the farm.  We are particularly interested in developing our water conservation strategy and building soil fertility and water retention.  There is a lot of potential for a motivated candidate to gain hands on experience and contribute significantly to the direction of farm development.

Interns are expected to work approximately 35 hours per week.  Both positions have potential to develop into salaried employment if the program can be made financially viable.  

Nuweiba is a stunning location, with easy access to the larger resorts of Dahab and Sharm-el-Sheikh, and not so far from Cairo and the Nile valley.  To apply for this exciting opportuity, please send your cv and a letter of motivation to [email protected].  We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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