Dataphyte seeks applications from candidates to contribute to her periodic pieces targeted at policymakers and business leaders within and outside Nigeria.
The role is for part-time contributors with strong research and data analytical background.
Dataphyte was launched to provide the accountability and policy sectors with cleaner, analysed, easily-accessible and useable data to drive democracy and development in Nigeria.
The ideal candidates will have both research and work-related aptitude, coupled with a strong interest in evidence-based political and economic analysis, policy research, and business consulting.
The areas of focus are:
• MSMEs in the agriculture and technology sectors
• Tax and revenue streams in the transportation sector and organised markets
• Open government and climate change in Nigeria
• Health and social insurance in the informal sector
• Policing, security and criminal justice
• Nigeria’s diaspora and migration policy
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