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Friday, April 19, 2019


تعلن Terre des hommes Foundation Child Relief في عمان - الاردن عن حاجتها الى :


Technical support for the production and editing of visual materials/video making

  1. PRESENTATION OF TERRE DES HOMMES
    Created in 1960, the Foundation of Terre des hommes Lausanne (Tdh) mission is to come to the aid of children in need. It endeavours at all times to defend the rights of children, in times of war and natural disasters, or in less publicized situations of distress, regardless of their race, creed or political affiliation. Today, Terre des hommes Foundation is the largest non-governmental organization (NGO) for children’s aid in Switzerland. Besides, Tdh has development projects and emergency relief programs in more than 45 countries, including Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and Syria. Tdh develops and implements field projects to allow a better daily life for over three million children and their relatives, particularly in the domains of health care, protection against exploitation, abuse, trafficking and violence. This engagement is financed by individual and institutional donations. Over the last fifty years, Terre des hommes has developed in two core areas: healthcare and child protection. Every year, Tdh offers sustainable solutions and a better future for over one million children and their relatives by focusing on two levels:
    ✓ providing direct aid worldwide for children in need, whereby projects are carried out under our own management or in partnership with local organizations;
    ✓ as an ambassador for children’s rights in Switzerland and throughout the world, through campaigns that promote the fundamental rights of children or that denounce violation of these rights, those contained in the Convention on the Rights of the Child adopted by the UN in 1989.
    Tdh Jordan was established in 2007 in response to the Iraqi refugee crisis. Since then the Migration program has evolved into responding to various emergencies that have afflicted the country at different periods in time, including the Syrian refugee crisis. In 2013 the organization established an Access to Justice program, focused on protecting the rights of children in conflict with the law aiming to orient the justice stakeholders towards a more child friendly and protective juvenile system. Currently the Tdh-L works with the Syrian refugees in the Emirates Jordanian camp (EJC), urban Syrian refugees and vulnerable host communities through several child focused interventions, covering geographical areas of Amman, Zarqa, Irbid, Mafraq and Jerash. 
  2. CONTEXT
    Eight years into the Syria crisis, Syrian refugees remain in exile as their country continues to face a protracted conflict and an overwhelming humanitarian crisis. With 13,1 million people requiring humanitarian assistance in Syria and 5,6 million Syrian refugees worldwide (mainly hosted in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt), this remains the world’s largest displacement crisis (OCHA, April 2018).
    As long as the situation remains unconducive for returns, Terre des hommes continues its support to refugees and impacted host communities in host countries. Through our new project based on AFD funds and with the financial support of the EU MADAD fund, our aim is to protect vulnerable children affected by the Syrian crisis in Lebanon and Jordan from violence, exploitation, abuse and neglect through equitable access to quality child protection services. Both Lebanon and Jordan are currently hosting 1,653,024 Syrian refugees registered by UNHCR. Among them, almost 53,3% are children under the age of 18. Almost 260 000 Syrian refugee children are under the age of four in both countries (UNHCR, April 2018).
    With no end in sight to the conflict, the future of these children is increasingly bleak. Many are forced to leave school due to overcrowding, discrimination and violence. The lack of educational opportunities has led to a dramatic increase in child marriage and domestic violence. Children from host communities are not spared. Due to this forced cohabitation, families suffer from increased economic pressures that expose more children and youth to child labor. Social tensions are on the rise and mortgage with each passing day. With support from local partners – Insan Association in Lebanon and CBOs in Jordan, Tdh is working towards a three-time approach linking humanitarian protection and development response for a sustainable impact and systemic change on children’s lives.
    Through this regional project, we aim to identify the most vulnerable children and provide one-on-one psychological and social support through non-formal education, recreational or sports activities. Other priorities of the project are raising awareness among children and their families and the prevention of child-related risks; and building the competencies of local partners and communities.
    In compliance with our vision “For children, by children”, we put a specific focus on youth empowerment, notably through the creation of youth committees for enhancing the resilience, social inclusion and cohesion of the children, youth and their parents. 
  3. PRESENTATION OF THE PROJECT Geographic Regions of Operations
    Lebanon (Beirut, Bekka), Jordan (Irbid, Jerash and Mafraq Governorates). Beneficiaries
    The project intends to serve a total of 13,754 (8,734 in Jordan, 5,020 in Lebanon) beneficiaries. Objective
    By December 2019, 13,754 (8,734 in Jordan, 5,020 in Lebanon) children and caregivers affected by the Syrian crisis in Lebanon and Jordan improve their resilience through the provision of community
    based psychosocial support (PSS), Child Protection (CP) prevention activities and capacity building of local actors. Expected Outcomes
    There are three expected outcomes.
    ✓ 5,250 (3,800 in Jordan, 1,450 in Lebanon) of the most vulnerable children from Syrian refugees and host communities have access to PSS and LS including referral services.
    ✓ 8,310 community members (4,800 in Jordan, 3,510 in Lebanon) are sensitized around CP concerns to mitigate risks faced by children within their communities.
    ✓ 194 persons (134 in Jordan, 60 in Lebanon) from 2 Jordanian community-based organizations, one Lebanese non-governmental organization and the community have the capacity to respond locally to increased CP needs after the two years training and support from Tdh. 
  4. OBJECTIVE OF THE VISUAL MATERIALS
    The assignment aims to produce visual materials for Terre des hommes (Tdh) about children’s and youth's needs and challenges in the frame of the Syrian crisis. They will focus on the experiences of the children and their families, the national/regional context and Tdh's response.
    The goals are:
    • To raise awareness among the general public on children's and youth's needs among Syrian refugees’ communities and host communities in both Jordan and Lebanon.
    • To keep the general public continuously informed on the Syrian crisis, the upcoming post war period and its outcomes.
    • To ensure AFD, EU Madad and Tdh visibility.
    The output must be professional and up-to-date. The material may be used on all the various channels of communication: websites, social media, funding requests, reports to donors, etc. Subjects to be covered: Potential interviewees:
    Video one: Child marriage in Jordan
    Through the testimony of an adolescent girl, the video addresses child marriage phenomenon as negative coping mechanism common within the Syrian refugees’ community and host community. One sequence of the video highlights Tdh's response. 
  5. Beneficiaries 
  6. Parents 
  7. Tdh Staff 
  8. Partners' staff (8 CBOs in Jordan, Insan in Lebanon)
    Video two: Child labor/ lack of livelihood in Lebanon (editing only)
    Through the testimony of an adolescent boy, the video addresses child labor phenomenon as negative coping mechanism common within the Syrian refugees’ community. One sequence of the video highlights Tdh's response. 
  9. Beneficiaries 
  10. Parents 
  11. Tdh Staff 
  12. Partners' staff (8 CBOs in Jordan, Insan in Lebanon)
    Video three: Syrian crisis's impact on generations in both Jordan and Lebanon (footage in Jordan only/ full editing)
    Through the testimony of two families, the video addresses the impact of the war, exile, displacements on different generations within the Syrian refugees’ community in both Jordan and Lebanon. 
  13. Beneficiaries 
  14. Parents 
  15. Tdh Staff 
  16. Partners' staff (8 CBOs in Jordan, Insan in Lebanon)
    Video four: Regional impact of the Syrian crisis in both Jordan and Lebanon (footage in Jordan only/ full editing)
    Through the testimony of two families, the video addresses the impact of the war, exile, displacements on the Syrian refugees’ community in both Jordan and Lebanon. 
  17. Beneficiaries 
  18. Parents 
  19. Tdh Staff 
  20. Partners' staff (8 CBOs in Jordan, Insan in Lebanon) 
  21. DELIVERABLES OF THE ASSIGNMENT
    Videos
    • Shooting and editing of 1 video (2-minutes long) following one beneficiary in Jordan in the frame of the AFD project
    o Format: 16/9
    o 1920x1080 + 4K
    o Arabic (interview), English (subtitles)
    • Editing of 1 video (2-minutes long) following one beneficiary in Lebanon in the frame of the AFD project
    o Format: 16/9
    o 1920x1080 + 4K
    o Arabic (interview), English (subtitles)
    • Shooting (Jordan only) and editing 1 video (3-minutes long) about the intergenerational impact of the war on Syrian refugees.
    o Format: 16/9
    o 1920x1080 + 4K
    o Arabic (interview), English (subtitles)
    • Shooting (Jordan only) and editing 1 video (3-minutes long) about the regional aspect of the crisis (separated families).
    o Format: 16/9
    o 1920x1080 + 4K
    o Arabic (interview), English (subtitles)
    All the rushes and work files will be provided in the hard drive. 
  22. CHRONOGRAM
    The assignment should last 15 days from May until September 2019, dispatched as follows:
    May Preparation (1 day).
    June Footage of video one (2 days), Editing of video one (2 days).
    July Editing of video two (2 days), Footage of video three (Jordanian part only) (2 days).
    August Editing of video three (2 days).
    September Footage of video four (Jordanian part only) (2 days), Editing of video four (2 days). 
  23. TERMS OF BUSINESS
    The video maker is commissioned by Terre des hommes in Amman. Tdh is free to use the material obtained during the assignment. The video maker will be accompanied by Tdh staff throughout the entire assignment. 
  24. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF TDH
    Tdh will be in charge of:
    • Briefing on the mission and expected deliverables.
    • Working on the script for the production of 4 videos with the support of the consultant/video maker.
    • Setting up a plan and timeline for visits, footage, editing and delivery.
    • Organizing coordination meetings with the consultant/video maker (Signing the contract and code of conduct (CSP) with the consultant/video maker; Introduction to the communication and project team; Communication briefing (style of images, deliverables, technical terms) with the consultant/video maker).
    • Ensuring the authorizations: notify the local population that the consultant/video maker will be visiting. Have official permits to film and photograph.
    • Seek and obtain consent from potential beneficiaries, employees and partners to be interviewed.
    • Arranging all the logistics issues (local transport, meals).
    • Sampling the interview questions.
    • Sharing Tdh videos examples.
    • Providing Tdh video branding manual.
    • Providing key documents about the projects being visited.
    • Handing over branded visibility (cap, t-shirt, vest, flag).
    • Promoting and distributing the visual materials. 
  25. PROFILE OF THE CONSULTANT/VIDEO MAKER: QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
    The consultant/video maker must have a background in the video shooting, editing, sound engineering and photography.
    Other requirements are:
    • Working experience in similar projects.
    • Working experience in the Middle-East region. In the Lebanon and/or Jordan context would be a strong asset.
    • Excellent communication and writing skills in English and Arabic languages.
    • Excellent skills in operating in an intercultural environment.
    • The consultant/video maker should be able to provide invoice for the provision of services.
    • Arranging all the needed equipment for the production of the visual materials. 
  26. BUDGET
    The consultant is required to mention in its application a daily rate in EUR, based on a total amount of 15 days required to carry out the consultancy/video and making and editing. All other costs related to the consultancy (travel for in-country visit and other logistical support) will be covered by Tdh. The payment will be issued in two parts:
    a. 50% upon submission of first deliverable;
    b. 50% upon acceptance of the final deliverable; 
  27. APPLICATION PROCEDURES
    To be considered, interested and qualified consultant/video maker must submit the following documentation: 
  28. Curriculum vitae (max. 2 pages highlighting work experience and qualifications relevant to this evaluation); 
  29. Relevant Portfolio; 
  30. Full contact details of at least two references from among recent clients
    Please submit your application exclusively via email to the Regional Communication Coordinator, Mrs. Marion Guenard – marion.guenard@tdh.ch. The Deadline for submissions is 10th of May 2019 (COB, Jordan Time). Only applicants submitting complete applications and under serious consideration will be contacted.
    marion.guenard@tdh.ch