|Overview : |
Project ID: 00115062 - Engagement Facilities Project
Photographer/ Videographer (2)
UNDP Mauritius Country Office aims to collect and disseminate stories from Mauritius, showcasing development impact towards the attainment of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); and sharing supporting individuals, communities, civil society, the private sector and government to share socio-economic human and environmental interest stories aimed at demonstrating development impact in partnership with UNDP.
UNDP Mauritius Country Office requires the services of two talented Photographers/Videographers with demonstrated competencies in documenting human interest and development stories through photography and videography. The photographer will be responsible for capturing examples of UNDP Mauritius in the governance, socioeconomic development and environment sectors. The photos and videos will aim to capture the projects, beneficiaries and development impact. The consultant will be required to take high resolution photographs in all weather conditions throughout Mauritius including in the twelve projects to be showcased around Mauritius and Rodrigues Islands (transportation and daily stipend fully covered by UNDP). He/she will also be required to caption the photographs with appropriate detail including dates, location and contact details of subjects to facilitate he development of a photo/video library.
Scope of Work
- Travel to UNDP’s project sites in Mauritius and Rodrigues (1 mission of 3 days),
- Produce high quality photo and video products for UNDP’s website, social media and other strategic publications;
- Capture 300 good quality still photos from the field visits and events for use in UNDP website, social media and publications.
- The photos must be directly linked to UNDP’s various programme/project activities with a focus of the theme’s community, governance and environment.
- Captured photos and videos will showcase, but not be limited to, individuals, families, groups, events, buildings, objects, landscape, and scenery which reflect or directly relate to UNDP activities and programmes as agreed
- Captured photos of portraits, families, groups and communities should also be gender balanced;
- Edit selected photographs using relevant tools and appropriately caption - including details on: location, name of subject (where appropriate), activity and any other relevant information)
- The photographer is to submit a selection of best photos per site/ programme to UNDP
- Work closely with the Communications Team and project teams to produce videos/short videos for website and social media using the footage collected from the field visits and events;
- Produce short video interviews for UNDP’s social media and website.
- The video recordings shall be provided in three versions:12 seconds-snippets, 2 minute-snippets and full interviews, and be optimized for both web and mobile. The video recordings shall include a description of the scene and project and include transcripts, when necessary, of all relevant dialogue from recordings, including time stamps, adhering to transcription style guide;
- Hand over all photos and video footages in RAW format and properly archived (as per relevant SDG and project) to UNDP on external memory medium or via file transfer service;
The Photographer/Videographer is expected to travel throughout Mauritius, including a 3-day mission to Rodrigues
All photography, videography, recording and IT equipment, and any other supplies required for gathering materials, should be provided by the consultant.
Duration of the Work
The Photographer/Videographer will be allocated 20 person days input over a period starting 1 October to 28 October 2019
Applications should be sent through email : email@example.com on or before 17 September 2019, Tuesday- 16:00 hours Mauritius time (GMT+4)
Annex A - Letter of confirmation of interest and availability and Submission of financial proposal
Annex B - Model Contact IC
Annex C - UNDP GCC IC
Annex D - P11
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