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Institutional Consultancy: Video Animations – Voices of Youth presentation

Request for Proposals 006/2013


Institutional Consultancy:Video Animations – Voices of Youth presentation
 

The Voices of Youth Survey (hereinafter VoY) was carried out within the UN Youth Employability and Retention Programme (YERP) which is supported through the Millennium Development Goal Achievement Fund (MDG-Fund) and funded by the Government of the Kingdom of Spain. The purpose of this project has been to conduct a survey that can serve as a baseline for the development of more adequate youth policies as well as to enable young people to participate more actively in society.
The goals of this survey were to examine the experiences, attitudes, opinions and wishes of young people in terms of education, employment and the labour market, the economic situation, the level of social protection, political and other forms of social participation and other related issues. One of the goals was to detect any changes, compared to those established through a similar survey carried out in 2008, in the attitudes and opinions of young people related to various issues and challenges as well as to identify any differences between the general youth population and specific vulnerable groups.

In order to present the results of the “Voices of Youth” report and UNICEF BiH plans to produce a series of informative materials, including the video animation, aimed for the wide public distribution.

The selected agency is expected to provide support to UNICEF for the production of video animations based on approved visual symbols from the Voices of Youth infographics.
    

Required expertise / Criteria for the selection of contractors:

The Implementing Company should have:
 Experience in the areas of video and audio production
 Very good organizational skills
 Good analytical, and writing skills of the team members of the Agency
 Strong communication and sensitivity to different cultural context and situations
 Previous experience with the UN or INGOs in BiH will be an asset
Potential bidders should submit bidding documentation consisting of:

1. Cover letter confirming understanding of the ToR and readiness to employ resources to support the achievement of outlined objectives and deliverables
2. Rough description of the idea for the animated video clips, duration of 100 - 120 sec
3. Description of previously implemented similar activities and list of references
4. CVs of all involved team members and Consultants within the Company
5. Budget with narrative explanation

Proposals and budgets should be submitted in English language. The proposals must be mailed to UNICEF, Zmaja od Bosne bb, and delivered in two separate sealed envelopes (one containing the  technical proposal printed and on CD and the other with the financial proposal) by 28 May 2013, 17.00 hrs with the remark: Proposals for RFP no. 006/2013 for the Institutional Consultancy for Video Animations Voices of Youth presentation.
Please note that the technical offer should not have any data on budget, i.e. financial aspect of offer (this should be exclusively stated in the financial offer).
All bidders are invited for the public opening of the bids. The public opening will be held on 31 May 2013 at 10:00 hrs in UNICEF premises, Zmaja od Bosne bb.

In accordance with UNICEF Rules and Regulations the award and the reasons for making the award are UNICEF's internal decision and information about other bidders or their bids must not be divulged.

The invitation for submission of proposals does not obligate signing of the contract with bidders, nor does it assume the obligation to pay the costs of preparing the bids.

UNICEF accepts no responsibility for undelivered proposals, and will not accept proposals after the closing date and time.

For further information please contact Ms. Nela Kacmarcik via e-mail nkacmarcik@unicef.org.

 

 

 

 

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