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Consultant for ECHO Project Campaign

Consultant for ECHO Project Campaign

 “Raising awareness on EPP and CPiE”.

Background

Save the Children is the leading global independent organization for children. Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. Around the world, we work every day to give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. When crisis strikes, and children are most vulnerable, we are always among the first to respond and the last to leave. We ensure children’s unique needs are met and their voices are heard. We deliver lasting results for millions of children, including those hardest to reach.   

We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.   

Our vision: A world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. 

Our mission: To inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. 

Our values: Accountability, ambition, collaboration, creativity and integrity. 

We are committed to ensuring our resources are used as efficiently as possible, in order to focus them on achieving maximum impact for children. 

Integrated Emergency Preparedness and child protection framework to protect children and their communities from violence during emergencies Project supported by the European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) in collaboration with save the Children, the Southern Border Peace Association (Luuk Rieang) and local authorities have joined forces to integrate an Emergency Preparedness plan to drive child protection issues in emergencies, strengthening the child protection mechanism at the sub-district level in 3 schools; Ban Purong school, Ban Bangoi Sinae school, and Ban Limud school and 3 sub-districts; Thasap, Purong, and Bangoi Sinae in Yala Province.

Scope of Work

Under the ECHO project, we aimed to launch a mix of communication tools to raise awareness of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Child Protection in Emergency knowledge among the targeted communities in Yala Province. Our two main objectives are:

  1. To seek some input from children and youth groups, teachers and school principals, and the community-led child protection committee to create innovative and context sensitive communication tools
  2. To create innovative and context sensitive communication tools to raise awareness on DRR and CPiE in boy and girls, including children with disabilities, their families, and the local community.

The consultant is required to ensure that the communication deliverables are in good quality and produce according to Save the Children’s and ECHO’s visibility guidelines and requirements.

There are three main target audiences:

  • Children in Bangoisinae, Thasap and Purong Sub-districts in Yala Province.
  • Local governments such as SAO, PSDHS, DDPM, in Yala Province
  • Parents, Community members, Community-led child protection committee, Village Health Volunteer, SHPH and schools in three sub-districts, Yala province

Expected Output

Four different types of innovative and context sensitive communication tools which focus in three group of the targets.

  • 2-3 series of TikTok videos (for children)
  • 1 Set of LINE stickers (for parents and community members)
  • 1 Presentation Video. Either video or animation (for government and schools to share) with English subtitle.
  • 1 Booklet (for government and schools) Thai language.

Deliverable #1

To seek some input from children and youth groups and the community-led child protection committee.

List of Output

Organizing the workshop to understand the situation and risks, as well collect information and resources e.g. actions that children and community members have been developing for the emergency preparedness plans/CPIE and come up with the draft ideas/contents for the communication materials.

Description

1.ECHO team/CP advisor/Communication team/consultant are co-design a workshop framework to seek some input from children and youth groups, teachers and school principals, and the community-led child protection committee.

Timeline: May 2021

2. Conduct the workshop for children and youth input contribute to design communication tool.

Timeline: June 2021

3.Consultant submit the concept note of all communication tools to TAs to review.

3.1 Starting Pre-production

  • Summary of planned communication tools with detail timeline.
  • Creative direction and storyboards for video/animation
  • KOL/influencers plan for TikTok
  • Drafting characters of LINE stickers

Timeline: June 2021

Deliverable #2

To create innovative and context sensitive communication tools to raise awareness on DRR and CPiE in boy and girls, including children with disabilities, their families, and the local community.

List of Output

  • 2-3 series of TikTok videos (for children)
  • 1 Set of LINE stickers (for parents and community members)
  • 1 Presentation Video (for government and schools to share)
  • 1 Booklet (for government and schools)

Description

1.Consultant develop the communication tools within 6 weeks and submit all tools to TAs/Communication Team to review. This including:

Production

  • Video/Animation and TikTok
  • Booklet
  • LINE sticker

Post-production

  • Revision of all communication tools

Timeline: July 2021

              2. Final submission of all communication tools and disseminate to target groups

Timeline: August 2021

Management of Consultancy:

The consultant will work in close consultation with Save the Children in ensuring that they meet the proper branding guidelines and policies of the organization. The supplier will work closely with Save the Children Child Protection Programme, Communication team and report directly to ECHO Project Coordinator.

Save the Children must approve all outputs which will be developed by the supplier.

Competency and Skills Requirements:

  • Demonstrated experience of providing similar services in Thailand country and in INGO context  
  • Experience in working with creative concepts, advertisement and campaigns 
  • Capable to work in videography/photography from pre-production to post-production 
  • Good understanding of social issues
  • Thai, English and Pattani Malayu language proficiency
  • Ability to work in the Deep South provinces of Thailand  
  • Ability to work within strict deadlines 
  • Knowledge of ECHO communication and visibility procedure, process and reporting systems will be an asset 

Location and official travel involved

The Supplier will work from home with exception of field visits to document stories, interview, video recorder and photo. However, the supplier is expected to follow local government prevention COVID-19 measures to ensure safe environment. The consultant is responsible for all video equipment; from pre-production such as script writing and storyboard to post-production such as editing and dissemination as well as production staff.

Copyrights

Save the Children asserts all proprietary rights in and to all names and service mark of Save the Children. Any use of Save the Children’s service mark including the Save the Children name and Save the Children logo in any form in connection with any product and service that does not belong to Save the Children, unless otherwise authorized in a written agreement, will constitute an infringement upon the service mark rights of such owner and may be actionable under applicable laws.

The deadline for responses is: 2nd June, 2021.

Document required are:

  1. Campaign Proposal
  2. A bidder response document and request for quotation form.
  3. Quotation for your profession service.

Please submit your application to tha_procurement_bkk@savethechildren.org

Please state subject of your email as SCI- ECHO “Raising awareness on EPP and CPiE”.

Contact : tha_procurement_bkk@savethechildren.org


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