The SALT/YAMENer will serve alongside staff of the Rural Institute for Community Development (RICOD) focusing on the areas of small-scale agriculture, kitchen gardening and/or nutrition. The SALT/YAMENer is required to complete formal research through a local university on a relevant topic agreed upon by both RICOD and the participant. Potential topics include research within the fields of agriculture, nutrition, and/or climate change. The participant will also assist RICOD with English-language editing, documentation, reporting, and grant writing as needed.
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