Frequently Asked Questions


  • Inclusive Education
  • Family Planning and Reproductive Health
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI)
  • Youth advocacy and Capacity Building
  • Women and Child Empowerment
  • Early marriage, Unwanted pregnant and Teen mothers
  • Mental and Physical Impairment with Counselling and Guidance
  • Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Tailoring


IT was Founded in 2019, Parenting African Psychological Foundation – PAPF is a developmental and humanitarian organization that advances women and child’s rights and positive parenting through a gender-based program. As the purpose for raising fully functional adults who can take care of themselves and make a positive contribution to society. To overcome stress, trauma, depression, poverty, inequality, illiteracy, down syndrome, hyperactive disorder, autism, mental with physical impairments through guidance and counselling. And empowering children, youth, women for sustainable development.

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Through the mission and vision statement you can find the clear objectives and goals
MISSION We strive for survival and development for women and children’s protection all over the world and lead them for everlasting life changes VISION

To implement sustainable development through providing opportunities of life savings for new generation which will led to access for worldwide investment.

We work every day to advance and facilitates the following as our area to focus

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We value knowledge, compassion, Respect for human rights, Social and Moral Responsibility, Cooperation beyond borders, Social accountability, Transparency, Nonprofits integrity, Comprehensive viewpoints, Voluntarism.These values are core to our ability to lead a network of care providers, internees, volunteers, and our staff members that will deliver our mission and achieve our vision.

All staff, board members and volunteers of the organization act with honesty, integrity and openness in all their dealings as representatives of the organization. The organization promotes a working environment that values respect, fairness and integrity.

Our standards are high, but we’re interested in the whole person, not just an academic record. We’re primarily looking for university graduates and students from senior secondary school, fluent in English and the country’s local language, with a wide range of experience. Strong candidates are able to learn quickly, take feedback well, and demonstrate a passion for our mission. 

What do interns do at Parenting African Psychological Foundation

The job description for interns varies. However, all interns can expect to receive substantive work assignments working on high-impact projects that support Parenting African Psychological Foundation’s operations. For example, past interns have: 

  • Coordinated early-stage research on malnutrition and stunting , agriculture and animal husbandry, and drought resilience.
  • Evaluated ways in which we can better inform government partners on our impact in the communities in which we work

Worthens do applications open for the program? Ked on projects that help reduce financial waste and inefficiency across our operations

We accept internship applications on a rolling basis as long as the posting is live on our website. Please note that we only accept applications submitted via the online application form available on our website.

Our internships typically last three months, with the option of extending this by an additional three months based on the need within the team and the intern’s performance. In the past, if there has been an opening or team need, high-performing interns that have demonstrated strong initiative and leadership qualities have received full-time offers.

While some of our interns are based in a capital city location, the majority are based in our non-capital city offices and headquarters (i.e. our field offices). Location placement is determined based on the team assignment. 

All interns will attend a one-week on boarding program at their country’s field headquarters. Interns meet clients and our field staff, and generally become better acquainted with our work. Additionally, each intern is assigned an on boarding buddy who helps them integrate quickly into their team, and a manager who they speak with one-on-one on a weekly basis.

More than 5 talented graduates apply each year for a limited number of slots, and the selection process is very rigorous. Candidates can expect to complete a psychometric test, written essays, take-home exercises, and interviews. Candidates typically move through these stages over a period of two months.

Our internship hiring process is competitive—you’ll have to fill out an online application, write essays, and complete written tests, interviews, and work exercises. Here are some tips to make your application shine:

We pay our interns a modest stipend that covers their housing, transportation and communication costs.

Interns are placed in their respective countries based on their citizenship. As we are not able to sponsor a visa for interns, applicants must have existing rights to work in their respective countries.

We will notify you if you have not been selected to progress past the first stage. You must submit your correct email address at the time of applying. Failing to do so will mean we cannot process your application or provide you with updates. Unfortunately, given that we typically receive more than 100 applications for each cohort, we are not able to give you specific feedback about why your application did not progress.

Apply for jobs, explore different career paths, and learn more about our different programs, as you consider joining our exceptional team at Parenting African Psychological Foundation.

Parenting African Psychological Foundation is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment not based on race, colour, religion, sex, national, origin, disability, or any other biasness

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