|Overview : |
The Kigoma Joint Programme (KJP) is an area-based UN joint programme that cuts across multiple sectors to improve development and human security in Kigoma. The programme involves 16 different UN Agencies and was developed in cooperation with the regional and district authorities based on the development needs of Kigoma and the capacities of the UN in Tanzania. The 16 participating UN agencies are cooperating across to achieve 6 outcomes which are: Improve access to sustainable energy to reduce environmental degradation; Youth and women’s economic empowerment; Eliminate violence against women and children; Improve education with a focus on girls and adolescent girls; Improve access to WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) and Improve agriculture with a focus on developing local markets.
The programme is funded by the Embassies of Norway, Sweden and KOICA (Korea International Cooperation Agency).
To enhance communication of results being achieved by UN agencies under the KJP and advocate for the UN’s key policy priorities and SDGs indicators and targets, the UN Resident Coordinator’s Office (UNRCO) is looking for a professional photographer to photograph/videography UN projects in Kasulu, Kibondo and Kakonko which are KJP selected districts. Under the supervision of the Communications, Outreach, Advocacy and Partnerships (COAP) unit of the UNRCO and the KJP Coordination team in Kibondo, the individual is expected to capture images and videos of results that are being achieved by UN agencies for the Thematic Results Areas under KJP. The pictures and videos are to be suitable for a variety of platforms including information kits on the UN’s work, social media, the One UN website and future KJP result kits.