FAO interns work on a wide range of projects and initiatives
related to the organization's mandate to achieve food security and promote
sustainable agriculture and rural development. The specific duties and
responsibilities of FAO interns can vary depending on the department they are
assigned to and the nature of the project they are working on. Some of the
common tasks and responsibilities of FAO interns may include:
research: FAO interns may be responsible for conducting research on a
variety of topics related to agriculture, food security, and rural
analysis: FAO interns may be involved in data analysis and management,
working with large data sets to identify trends and patterns.
project management: FAO interns may assist in the planning,
implementation, and monitoring of projects related to agriculture, food
security, and rural development.
reports and presentations: FAO interns may be responsible for drafting
reports, presentations, and other materials related to their projects.
technical assistance: FAO interns may provide technical assistance to FAO
staff and partner organizations, helping to develop and implement projects
and initiatives related to agriculture and rural development.
in meetings and events: FAO interns may attend meetings and events related
to their projects, providing support and contributing to discussions.
FAO interns have the opportunity to gain valuable work
experience and develop their skills in areas such as research, project
management, and technical assistance, while contributing to the organization's
efforts to achieve food security and promote sustainable agriculture and rural