The application deadline has been extended to February 15th for the Jordan Nutrition Innovation Lab Fellowships program.

As part of its nutrition research, the Jordan Nutrition Innovation Lab (JNIL) is pleased to announce the Call for Applications is now open for our inaugural Fellowships Program.

This program will support emerging Jordanian researchers or post-graduate students conducting research in the maternal, infant, and young child health and nutrition field. Three selected applicants will be awarded a 6-month fellowship of $5,000 USD.
The first stage of the application process is submitting a Letter of Intent. The application portal will now be open until February 15, 2022—see more details below and apply today!

Eligible candidates must be Jordanian nationals or residents who are conducting their master’s or doctoral research or have an earned master’s or doctoral degree in fields related to MIYCHN, breastfeeding support, and non-communicable diseases. Proposed research (qualitative, quantitative, mixed methods studies, or secondary analysis) should aim to increase empirical evidence around MICYHN and support future actions within policy and programming.

For full application details, including potential research topics, timeline, and other requirements, visit the Fellowships page on our website.

Please feel free to share this announcement widely with interested parties, and contact with any questions.

About the Jordan Nutrition Innovation Lab:

The Jordan Nutrition Innovation Lab (JNIL) pursues research to generate evidence on the impact of the USAID-supported Community Health and Nutrition (CHN) program implemented by FHI 360 and build academic capacity to support research on optimal health and nutritional status of pregnant and lactating women (PLW) and children under the age of two. For more information on JNIL, visit our page here.