Sudan: Data Analyst, Rooted in Trust


About the organization

At Internews, we believe everyone deserves trustworthy news and information to make informed decisions about their lives and hold power to account. We train journalists and digital rights activists, tackle disinformation, and offer business expertise to help media outlets become financially sustainable. We do all of this in partnership with local communities – who are the people best placed to know what works.

We support independent media in 100 countries, from radio stations in refugee camps, to hyper-local news outlets, to individual activists and reporters. We’ve helped our partners reach millions of people with quality, local information that saves lives, improves livelihoods, and holds institutions accountable.


The Data Analyst (DA) is tasked with wrangling qualitative and quantitative rumor data and working to find trends and information that help us better understand community perceptions of the pandemic and vaccines. The DA will help partners and/or team members to ensure qualitative data is collected in a consistent and continuous way and analyze feedback, with a focus on the concerns, fears and hopes that are behind rumors and driving misinformation. The DA will support the Internews team and its partners to address misinformation and provide input for feedback reports for humanitarian partners at the national and regional levels to inform decision-making and improve information provision.

To learn more, please visit our Careers page.


- Strong qualitative data analysis, research and information management experience in fast-changing humanitarian contexts and with variable datasets
- Experience and/or understanding of sentiment analysis and/or social media listening tools a plus
- Strong understanding of the humanitarian system to ensure data collection (Kobo, ODK) and provision follows the Core Humanitarian Standards and that information can be sourced in a timely manner among partners on the ground
- Strong writing skills to ensure Humanitarian Bulletins are accurate and incorporate humanitarian principles and editorial guidelines
- Experience working in humanitarian and/or health emergencies
- Monitoring, evaluation and learning experience a plus
- Strong understanding of the local context; network of local peers active in social media and news channels
- Data visualization skills and knowledge of relevant software to produce infographics a plus
- Fluency in Arabic and English; knowledge of other local languages an advantage
- Strong understanding of and commitment towards the editorial values of the project
- Self-motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment
- Must be self-reliant, resourceful, a good problem-solver, good humored and flexible

Application instructions

To apply, please submit CV and optionally a cover letter via our Careers page.

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