EOI-Provision of technical lead to develop inclusive communications materials on COVID-19 protection, mitigation measures & prevention of violence against women
Organization: UN Women
Apply By: 24 Jun 2022
EOI - Provision of technical lead to develop inclusive communications materials on COVID-19 protection and mitigation measures and prevention of violence against women that specifically target women migrant workers and their family members who are majority semi-illiterate or illiterate
About the Organization:
UN Women is the UN Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. UN Women is dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women. A global champion for women and girls, UN Women was established to accelerate progress on meeting their needs worldwide.
About The Project:
UN Women in Cambodia is implementing a regional project “Gender-Responsive COVID-19 Prevention and Response” which is supplementary budget funding of Government of Japan aims to respond to the most urgent needs of highly vulnerable women and girls, particularly migrant workers, ethnic minorities, people working in the informal sector and those living in disaster-prone areas, who are disproportionately affected by the severe resurgence of COVID-19 pandemic after April 2021 in the Mekong region.
- Develop a detailed workplan to meet the purposes of the assignment, including a brief of literature review and analysis on existing media products available in local context that aim to prevent COVID-19 and reduce the spread, methodologies/approaches and timeline.
- Lead in developing media content and designing products that reflect experiences and needs of women migrant workers and their family members to provide affirmative information for promoting awareness and understanding of risks of infection and prevention measures in accordance with WHO/MOH protocol. This involves discussion with representative of women migrant worker networks and CSO partner throughout the production development process.
- Lead in producing media products, including testing of draft media products with women migrant workers and their family members.
- Support CSO partner to use the final media products for community awareness raising and displaying at the stop by centers along Cambodia and Thai border.
- Provide observations and suggestions on how to strengthen media/communication products for awareness raising purpose
Qualifications of Organization:
- Registered media consulting firm (provide copy of proof such as business registration, SEC registration, BIR Registration and any other related documents e.g. copy of invoice, official receipt etc.)
- The organization/firm must have at least 5 years’ experience in applying online media for promoting gender equality and women human rights. Media consulting firm, with sound knowledge of online media concepts and media creativity for communicating with audiences, including young people, law implementer, and authority. Professional experience working in women, including women migrant workers and their family members, and local nongovernmental organization to develop media products/campaign to advocate for policy and social change in Cambodia or in Southeast Asia Region.
- The organization must have competent personnel and team members (The team composed of Project Manager, Project Team Members and Administrative and Finance Staff)
The team composition is expected to include at least an overall team leader and team members.
The overall Team Leader should have:
- Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) in International Development Studies, Social Sciences, Social Work, Human Rights, Gender, Women Studies, Economics or related field.
- Minimum of 5 years relevant experience in developing media products, with participatory process
Project team members:
- All project team members should have at least 3 years’ experience in applying multiple approaches to develop media products for promoting social behavioral change, particularly related to COVID-19 risk mitigation and prevention.
- At least one project team member should have background in gender, VAW, and migration
- The project team should have at least one team member that is responsible for administrative and finance supporting the project implementation. S/he should have minimum 3 years’ experience in administrative and finance functions, especially in preparing financial reports for donors.
Roles and Responsibilities of the Parties:
UN Women will provide technical guidance as needed. The service provider is required to bear all the related costs e.g. travel-related costs, logistics and administrative costs, and activities costs incurred for and work independently to successfully achieve the end results.
The service provider will be responsible for the following costs:
- Professional fees must be quoted in the lumpsum amount per deliverable.
- Indirect costs such as printing, stationeries, communications in relation to the scope of work of services must be included in the financial proposal.
- Travel costs for technical team members of service providers: all envisaged travel costs such as most direct and most economic local travel, living allowance, terminal expenses, etc. must be included in the financial proposal. In the case of unforeseeable travel, payment of travel costs including tickets, lodging and terminal expenses shall be agreed upon, between UN Women and Service provider, prior to travel and will be reimbursed upon Contract Amendment.
- Logistics arrangement for developing comms products as stated in an above section that possibly involving meeting with target audiences, NGO staff and relevant stakeholders, validation to finalize the draft media product, etc.
- All costs related to quality assurance, and report writing for the assignment purpose.
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