|Overview : |
Over the last decade, the four countries around Lake Chad Basin; Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria, have experienced unprecedented levels of crises, exacerbated by repeated incidences of violence from the Boko Haram terrorist group. In response to the crisis, the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) in partnership with African Union (AU)
Commission with support from UNDP developed the Regional Strategy for the Stabilization, Recovery & Resilience of the Boko Haram-affected Areas of the Lake Chad Basin (RSS). The RSS provides a comprehensive, integrated and multilevel framework for overall stabilization through nine inter-related pillars, which include military support to the MNJTF, provision of humanitarian assistance and key interventions to secure early recovery and long-term resilience.
In support of the RSS implementation, UNDP has developed the Regional Stabilization Facility (RSF) for the Lake Chad Basin region. The RSF is set up with four national windows, one window for each of the countries affected by the crisis: Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria. The four national windows cover stabilization activities under the immediate stabilization component.
To support immediate stabilization initiatives in the four Member States, UNDP has developed the Joint Action Plan (JAP) for the implementation of the RSF at the National Windows level. Each UNDP Country Office in the four Member States develops Action Plans, in collaboration with Governors and relevant Ministries. Each JAP will target specific community within the affected territories in each of the country. The JAPs are the mechanism for the implementation of Immediate stabilization at the national window level and intended for a duration of 18 months to two years.
The UNDP RSF Team is seeking 1 professional videographer/Photographer company to document progresses made in the implementation of the RSF across the four countries (Cameroon, Chad, Niger and Nigeria) and in the 13 approved Joint Action Plan locations for a duration of 8 to 10 weeks... The selected materials will be used for UNDP advocacy and communication purposes.
The contractor shall provide UNDP with mini documentaries and pictures highlighting progress, impact and contributions of the UNDP RSF across the four affected countries of the Lake Chad Basin. The documentary must capture and disaggregate impact across ages, sectors, locations, JAPs. and stakeholders.
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