The overall objective is to produce 5 videos that can portrait the following aspects of the Aguasani and Sanitation programme:
Using his own equipment, the contracted videographer will document on video the UNICEF supported activities on the Aguasani programme in all three targeted towns in Inhambane (i.e. capital of districts of Jangamo, Homoine and Morrumbene), All videos must follow the guidelines provided by UNICEF.
Activities and Tasks:
Due to the large scale of the Aguasani project, the production of the 4 videos was divided in two parts.
PART 1: Travel to the three targeted towns in Inhambane province to gather raw footage (in high-definition) of the Construction works and interview beneficiaries. As part of this consultancy, a 3-days of shooting is envisaged, covering the above-mentioned activities in all three towns / villages.
A previous round of shooting was already completed in November 2017 with a total of 425 RAW/un-edited videos of family interviews and b-rolls of constructions work (high quality sound and image) was delivered. The consultant is expected to use this existing material as the baseline for the development of the final videos, complemented with the materials to be gathered under this Consultancy.
PART 2: To develop a story line for each of the four videos and cover the final editing (launch, family interviews after the launch on how it improved their lives, impact). The delivery of the final products, consisting of 4 edited videos, will be in accordance with story line.
The videographer will need to go to Inhambane to complete the shooting, and produce 4 high quality videos as described above. Regular meetings will be held at UNICEF to discuss the status of the video and footage, and also any other issues.
The targeted communities are the capital of the districts of Jangamo, Homoine and Morrumbene, including the peripheral areas where the water components of the water supply systems are located, and shooting at Government offices in Inhambane and Maputo.
The consultant is expected to start the activities after the signing of the contract. Due to the unknown time factor of the expected celebration event, this activity is to be delayed and the consultant should not delay the other activities. The consultant can work on the story board/script after shooting the interviews and the communities. These documents can be adjusted once the celebration has taken place and new material has become available.
The contracted videographer will deliver the following products:
The contractor will be paid a lump sum as per the agreed quotation upon submission and approval of the deliverables.
The contracted videographer will be supervised by Jesus Trelles, UNICEF WASH Specialist for the Aguasani project with support from Claudio Fauvrelle, UNICEF Communication Officer (Digital).
A: The contracted videographer agrees to perform this assignment from May to December 2018, UNICEF will provide exact dates later, and 10 extra working days for editing.
B: Develop a video that highlights the role of leader during the process of achieving an open defecation free district.
The practice of open defecation is wide spread in rural Mozambique, and as per latest IOF survey nearly half of the population (48.5%) does not have a toilet. The elimination of open defecation is an explicit SDG target, and the government of Mozambique has undersigned this and aims to achieve this by 2025. The strategy is by behavioral change communication (BCC) and the approach is Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS). The CLTS approach facilitates a process of which communities collectively reject this practice of open defecation and assist communities in action planning to construct latrines.
This CLTS approach is currently being implemented across the country, but its origins is probably found in selected districts in Manica and Tete. UNICEF piloted this approach about 10 years ago with the technical support on the development of district sanitation plans. Community level activities were implemented by private sector implementation “participation education and communication” (PEC) contract by DPOPH. Technical and financial support was provided by the UNICEF, and this model has become the standard in Mozambique.
These efforts have resulted in substantial results, and a large number of communities have been declared open defecation free (ODF), including achieving ODF postos and localicades. in some cases districts are close to become ODF, like Macossa, Guro in Manica province.
The leadership and oversight has proven to be crucial to this progress to achieve ODF. District administrators, permanent secretaries ensured this was a key priorities, while technical oversight was provided by the district representation of the ministries of education, public works and health. The leaderships role of the chefe de posto and localidade played a crucial to motivate local leadership, whom in their turn ensured that communities collectively abandoned the practise of open defecation and adopt latrines.
This type of inspirational leadership is required across the country to achieve the national target to become ODF by 2025. Documenting the district’s leadership role and how they drove the results to achieve an ODF district is a tool to allow the learning of other district across the country. A documentation will also motivate the leaders currently involved to reach the last mile and receive the recognition of their efforts and the national level.
Develop a video that highlights the role of leader during the process of achieving an open defecation free district.
The consultant is expected to commence activities after signing of the contract. Due to the unknown time factor of the expected celebration event, this activity is to be delayed and the consultant should not delay the other activities. The consultant can submit the draft brochure the story board after the interviews and community shooting. These documents can be adjusted once the celebration has taken place and new material has become available.
This consultant will have to submit multiple interim deliverables and two final deliverables to UNICEF for approval in an agreed time frame. The interim deliverables allow UNICEF to monitor the progress of the consultant, will inform the final deliverables and can be used by UNICEF for other purposes. UNICEF holds the right to reject deliverables based on qualitative and quantitative considerations.
2. Final deliverables
The scope of work will cover three districts; Guro and Macossa in Manica. These three districts should be fully covered with interviews and video. However, the final product will focus to the best preforming district(s).
The consultant is expected to cover the events and opinions as they appear. It is not the role of the consultant, to ensure that these districts achieve the ODF status or increase the role of leaders.
The component of documenting the celebrations of achieving the ODF status, is subjected to the districts achieving this and to provincial / national government organizing this event. In case this event is not organized, an alternative section can be proposed to replace this coverage.
Printing of the brochure is beyond the scope of this consultancy
The consultant is responsible for his/ her own logistics, accommodation, video shooting and editing. The consultant is allowed to hire assistance to support shooting and editing, but is under full liability of the consultant. All other costs for the consultant should be included into the proposal and will be paid based on deliverables.
UNICEF will ensure introductions to the province and district administrations. The UNICEF will continue to support districts implementation of the sanitation programming and related costs. The UNICEF can, if required support the government related to this documentation and sharing if required,..
The districts will ensure full cooperation with this documentation and allow staff time to be dedicated to this documentation. The district will also liaison with leaders and communities within the district. The district could accompany the consultant to the field, if required and available.
The contracted videographer will be supervised by Brecht Mommen, UNICEF WASH Specialist for the Sanitation video with support from Claudio Fauvrelle, UNICEF Communication Officer (Digital).
The contracted videographer agrees to perform this assignment from May to December 2018, UNICEF will provide exact dates later, and 10 extra working days for editing.