Term of Reference (TOR)
USAID Asia CTIP / Thailand CTIP Project – Videographer
Period Quarter 4 FY 2020
Position Type Consultancy
Position Location Bangkok, Thailand, or ICT time zone (strong internet connection compulsory)
Duration 10 working days
Starting Date Immediate
Application Deadline 5 August 2020
The US Agency for International Development (USAID) has invested significantly in reducing forced labor and trafficking in persons (TIP). Notably, the USAID Asia Counter Trafficking in Persons (USAID Asia CTIP) Program is a five-year $21.5 million investment that promotes regional collaboration and response to TIP. Additionally, the USAID Thailand Counter Trafficking in Persons (USAID Thailand CTIP) Program, a five-year, $10 million investment specifically focused on reducing forced labor and TIP in Thailand. The USAID CTIP programs seek to assist the private sector, specifically operators in the Thai seafood industry, towards reducing vulnerability to human trafficking in the Thai seafood supply chain.
USAID Asia CTIP and USAID Thailand CTIP formally partnered with the private sector to pursue mutual goals to reduce worker vulnerability to unfair labor in Thailand’s seafood supply chain. The partnership focuses on three key activities:
USAID Asia CTIP and USAID Thailand CTIP (USAID CTIP programs) is looking to contract the services of a videographer to create animations and edit, from raw footage and purchased B-roll, a final high quality video (no more than 5 minutes long). This video should explain key areas of the private sector partnership between a private sector company and USAID CTIP programs; amplify key messages of private sector engagement to combat trafficking in persons; and raise awareness of the possible trafficking issues on board fishing vessels.
The final video will be used within private sector forums to highlight partnership activities and increase awareness. The content should highlight to other private sector partners how the partnership was developed, how it functions and the three key approaches / workstreams it entails.
USAID CTIP programs will provide the videographer with raw files, high resolution pictures and video and key messages, but he/she will be expected to contribute to the creative design process. The videographer will also take full responsibility for the technical part of the video design and editing process and postproduction, including developing animation, handling the copyright and/or any other intellectual rights regarding illustration and other graphic pictures to be included in the design, if needed.
The goal of this consultancy work is to produce a visually effective and high-quality video to illustrate the private sector partnership (PSP) between USAID and a private sector company.
The video will contain:
A short description about the background and objectives of the PSP between a private sector company and CTIP programs;
A mix of video footage, stills, and infographics and animation
Representative infographics and/or illustrations of the PSP.
The production of the video and related animations will take place from August to mid-September 2020 for approximately 10 full working days.
At the end of consultancy period, the videographer will be required to provide:
The candidate for videographer is expected to meet the following qualifications:
All applicants must meet the minimum requirements described above.
Each application package should include the following:
Applicants should send all above documents via email to email@example.com (please indicate “Videographer – USAID Asia CTIP / Thailand CTIP Project” in the email subject line) by 5 August 2020, 5pm ICT.
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org