DSW Kenya – Her Right Documentary Production (Busia).

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1. BACKGROUND

DSW Kenya is a non-governmental organisation registered in Kenya as one of the East African country offices of Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevölkerung (DSW), a global development organisation founded and headquartered in Germany.

DSW Kenya focuses on the needs and potential of the largest youth generation in history.

We are committed to creating demand for and access to health information, services and supplies for the youth, and to securing their right for a brighter future.

We achieve this by engaging in advocacy, capacity development, and family planning initiatives, which make sure the youth of today are empowered to lead healthy and self-determined lives.

DSW Kenya was established in May 2000 in Nairobi. We have additional offices in Mombasa and Kitale with active programme interventions in 16 counties

Through one of our projects, Her Right!, we have been working with stakeholders in Bunyala West, Busia county over the last 19 months. We have been working towards creating a conducive environment for women and girls within the fishing community of Bunyala West to enjoy their sexual and reproductive health and rights and be free from violence.

Specifically, the Her Right! project has been mobilising stakeholders to bring about the following changes:

a) Strengthened capacity of the Beach Management Unit to address violence against women and girls.

b) Integrated community response preventing violence against women and girls established by the Beach Management Unit.

c) Young women and girls are empowered to improve their socio-economic situation through knowledge and skills development.

2. THE ASSIGNMENT

DSW Kenya seeks the services of an individual consultant / production company to produce a 5 – 8-minute documentary showing how DSW Kenya has worked with stakeholders to bring about the changes described in section one above.

3. ABOUT THE VIDEO DOCUMENTARY

In order to document DSW Kenya’s approach in implementing the Her Right!, and to share knowledge gained during implementation of the project, we intend to produce a 5 to 8-minute video documentary.

The documentary should capture the following:

a. How DSW Kenya’s Her Right! project has strengthened capacity of the Beach Management Unit to address violence against women and girls.

b. How DSW Kenya’s Her Right! project has supported an integrated community response preventing violence against women and girls established by the Beach Management Unit.

c. How young women and girls have been empowered to improve their socio-economic situation through knowledge and skills development

4. SPECIFIC TASKS

a. Create the documentary outline in collaboration with DSW Kenya staff.

b. Design shooting script in collaboration with DSW Kenya staff.

c. Shoot interviews in Bunyala West, Busia County to capture the voices of the project’s stakeholders.

d. Collect/shoot other footage.

e. Write a script for review.

f. Produce a first cut for review.

g. Incorporate comments of the review, and produce final version of the video documentary.

5. END PRODUCT

A 5 to 8-minute documentary in high definition video.

6. PAYMENT SCHEDULE

  • 50% at signing of contract.
  • 50% when the final produced documentary is submitted.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Interested applicants are requested to submit their application with the reference “Documentary Production” clearly indicated in the email subject line to: vacancies@dswkenya.org.

Deadline for application: September 25, 2020.

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