Graphic Designer to Design SASA! Materials to Suit Local Contexts :1152
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This assignment requires a Graphic designer who would design SASA! materials to suit Zimbabwean contexts.
Zimbabwe has an estimated 1.4 million people living with HIV (PLHIV), 1.2 million of whom are between the ages of 15 and 64. Adult HIV prevalence has steadily decreased over the last ten years, declining from 18.1% in 2005 to 13.8% in 2015. Prevalence among children (0-14) is estimated at 1.6%. While the epidemic has declined among both men and women (15-49), women continue to bear disproportionate burden with prevalence levels of 16.7% compared to 10.5% among men in 2015. The same gender disparity is true for new infections, where women have an HIV incidence of 0.67%, compared to 0.28% among men (15-49).
Given the disproportionate HIV burden, number of new infections, and social and structural risk factors At least 13% (ZDHS 2015) of women in Zimbabwe have experienced physical or sexual violence. And while the country’s constitution provides equal protection under the law, legislation is rarely enforced to protect women. To combat and prevent this abuse, Zimbabwe Association of Church related Hospitals (ZACH) will roll out the following innovative model:
Start Awareness Support and Action (SASA) model
Geographical coverage: 6 districts, namely Chimanimani, Umguza, Kwekwe and Umzingwane, Masvingo and Bindura.
SASA! Is an acronym for a four-phase process:
- Start thinking about violence against women and HIV/AIDS as interconnected issues and the need to personally address these issues
- Raise Awareness about communities’ acceptance of men’s use of power over women, which fuels HIV/AIDS and violence against women
- Support women and men directly affected by or involved in these issues to change
- Take Action to prevent HIV/AIDS and violence against women. SASA model focuses on changing uneven power dynamics between genders. The model will utilize 180 community champions at district level.
SASA! is an exploration of power initiative —what it is, who has it, how it is used, how it is abused and how power dynamics between women and men can change for the better. SASA! -demonstrates how understanding power and its effects can help us prevent violence against women and HIV infection.??
ZACH recognizes that addressing the nature and levels of gender based violence in Zimbabwe is a collective responsibility that requires involvement and partnership of all broader government stakeholders, community and civil society.
Duties and Responsibilities
The Purpose and Scope;
The purpose of the consultant is to graphically design SASA materials originally developed by an organization named “Raising Voices” in Uganda to suit Zimbabwean context. The materials are in English and they need to be designed in Shona and Ndebele languages.
Deliverable: To develop and design graphics for the SASA! Toolkit that suit to the local contexts in Zimbabwe
Broadly speaking, the assignment will be conducted as follows:
The consultant will have a debrief meeting with UNDP, NAC and ZACH to discuss and understand the scope of work in detail for the Graphic design of SASA! Materials.
The consultants will review relevant SASA! Materials available from ZACH.
Inception Report submission;
The Consultant will prepare an inception report for the assignment and share with the NAC and ZACH Teams for review. This is to ensure that the consultant, UNDP, NAC and ZACH have a shared understanding of the scope of the assignment. The Inception report will show the proposed design, methodology, processes and pretesting tools for the SASA! Materials.
Pretesting of drafts
The consultant will pretest the draft graphic designs for the SASA! Materials and share feedback and comments with the SASA! Adaptation Committee for review.
Following a pretesting and revision the consultant will produce and publish the final graphic designs for SASA! Materials, continue to carry out pretesting, quality assurance and updates.??
The objective of the consultant is to graphically redesign SASA materials originally developed by an organization named “Raising Voices” in Uganda to suit Zimbabwean context
Specifically, during the process of graphically redesigning, the consultant should:
- Redesign images in SASA training materials to images that are easily identifiable in the Zimbabwean context
- Develop graphics for illustrations of GBV issues and select colors, images, text style, and layout suitable for Zimbabwean Context
- Pretest the designs with the AGYW target group aged 10-24 years
- Present the designs to AGYW stakeholders
- Incorporate changes recommended by ZACH and NAC stakeholders into the final design
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Consultant will:
- Produce a work plan and timeline including outputs and timelines.
- Work with relevant ZACH and NAC AGYW teams and key stakeholders to determine the scope of the assignment and to understand the message the design should portray
- Come up with graphic designs for the SASA! Toolkit materials
- Pretest the designs with a sample of the target audience to check for appropriateness, comprehension ?and relevancy and document feedback and comments to improve the designs
- Produce final graphic designs and artwork for the SASA! Toolkit materials that suit local contexts
- Produce a final report on completion of the work
- Inception report:
The Consultant will prepare an inception report which details the consultant’s understanding of the assignment and how the redesigning process will be conducted. This is to ensure that the consultant and the key stakeholders (the ZACH and the NAC) have a shared understanding of the redesigning process. The inception report will include various designs and methodology. The inception report will include the scope of work, work plan, time frame, and 2 days after starting the assignment.
- Draft report and designs
The Consultant will prepare a draft report and draft designs, in the appropriate format. The draft report and designs will be shared with AGYW key stakeholders for review and comments. The consultant will consolidate the input within 3 working days after submission of the Inception Report.
- Final Report and designs:
The comprehensive final report is submitted to ZACH after addressing all comments emanating from the draft report not later than 10 days from the inception of this consultancy
Duty Station: The duty station of the work is Harare, Zimbabwe.
Reporting: The consultant shall report to the Program Manager for ZACH and the Global Fund Coordinator for NAC. All expected deliverables will be submitted to the Program Manager for ZACH and the Global Fund Coordinator for NAC for approval.
- Demonstrates integrity by modelling the UN’s values and ethical standards.
- Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of UNDP.
- Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability.
- Strong analytical, negotiation and communication skills, including ability to produce high quality practical advisory reports and knowledge products,
- Professional and/or academic experience in one or more of the areas of international development, public health or related field.
Project and Resource Management:
- Ability to produce high quality outputs in a timely manner while understanding and anticipating the evolving client needs.
- Strong organisational skills.
- Ability to work independently, produce high quality outputs.
Communications and Advocacy:
- Strong ability to write clearly and convincingly, adapting style and content to different audiences and speak clearly and convincingly.
- Strong analytical, research and writing skills with demonstrated ability to think strategically.
- Strong inter-personal, negotiation and liaison skills.
Partnership building and team work:
- Excellent negotiating and networking skills.
- Demonstrated flexibility to excel in a multi-cultural environment.
- demonstrate creativity and originality through a professional portfolio that features best designs related to social work or other social sciences, public/community health, gender, legal advice as it relates to gender and GBV, and development or related field;
- Ability to create designs that are artistically interesting and appealing to AGYW and BGV stakeholders.
- Ability to develop unique designs that convey a recognizable message to fight against GBV.
Required Skills and Experience
- Advanced university degree in graphic design or a related field.
- Minimum of 3 years experience in designing and developing graphic designs for Information, Educational and Communications in the Health sector.
- Fluency in Shona and Ndebele as it relates to Written and Verbal Communication is required for this consultancy.
Candidates will be evaluated using a combined scoring method with the qualifications and methodology weighted at 70% and the price offer weighted at 30%.? Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 49% (out of 70%) points on the technical qualifications part will be considered for the Financial Evaluation.
Criteria for evaluation of qualifications and methodology (70 points maximum):
- Relevance of education to the consultancy (5 points);
- Knowledge of gender issues in development, particularly GBV, including relevant international human rights standards a distinct advantage (20 points)
- Fluency in Shona and Ndebele as it relates to Written and Verbal Communication (5 points)
- demonstrate their creativity and originality through a professional portfolio that features their best designs related to social work or other social sciences, public/community health, gender, legal advice as it relates to gender and GBV, and development or related field (10 points)
- Analytical skills. Able to look at their designs from the point of view of AGYW and examine how the designs they develop will be perceived by the AGYW to ensure they convey the desired message (10 points)
- Artistic ability. Able to create designs that are artistically interesting and appealing to AGYW and BGV stakeholders. They produce rough illustrations of design ideas, either by hand sketching or by using a computer program (10 points)
- Computer skills. Able to use specialized graphic design software to prepare their designs, Creativity. Able to develop unique designs that convey a recognizable message to fight against GBV (10 points)
Criteria for financial evaluation (30 points maximum):
·p = y (µ/z), where
p = points for the financial proposal being evaluatedy = maximum number of points for the financial proposalµ = price of the lowest priced proposalz = price of the proposal being evaluated
- Payment: All-inclusive Daily Fee
- The consultant will be paid as a daily rate (based on the number of days worked).
- Payments will be based on the Certificate of Payments that will be submitted on a monthly basis;
- Time Sheet will be attached and verified by the direct supervisor; and
Final tranche upon performance evaluation from the direct supervisor. Security: Individual Consultants are responsible for ensuring they have vaccinations/inoculations when travelling to certain countries, as designated by the UN Medical Director. Consultants are also required to comply with the UN security directives set forth under https://trip.dss.un.org
All envisaged travel costs must be included in the financial proposal. In general, UNDP does not accept travel costs exceeding those of an economy class ticket. Should the IC wish to travel on a higher class he/she should do so using their own resources. In the case of unforeseeable travel, payment of travel costs including tickets, lodging and terminal expenses should be agreed upon, between the respective business unit and Individual Consultant, prior to travel.
Application Submission Process:
Step 1:?Interested individual consultants must include the following documents when submitting the applications in UNDP job shop?(Please note that only 1 (one) file can be uploaded therefore please include all docs in one file):
- Personal History Form (P11), indicating all past experience from similar projects, as well as the contact details (email and telephone number) of the Candidate and at least three (3) professional references (the template can be downloaded from this link:?http://sas.undp.org/Documents/P11_Personal_history_form.doc
Step 2: Submission of Financial Proposal
- Applicants are instructed to upload their financial proposals using the Letter to UNDP Confirming Interest and Availability indicating an all-inclusive daily rate in USD?using the financial proposal template available here:?http://procurement-notices.undp.org/?
The Candidate must provide a link to a graphic designs for materials that they have been actively involved in the development and management of together with a description of their role.
The term ‘all-inclusive” implies that all costs (monthly professional fees, travel related expenses if applicable, communications, utilities, consumables, insurance, etc.) that could possibly be incurred by the Contractor are already factored into the financial proposal
?ANNEX 1 - INDIVIDUAL CONSULTANT GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS is provided here: http://www.undp.org/content/dam/undp/documents/procurement/documents/IC%20-%20General%20Conditions.pdf