In order to achieve its vision of a "Water Secure Central Africa", GWP-CAf, through its Cameroon Country Water Partnership (GWP-Cmr) and UNICEF, implemented the project "Improving Climate Resilience - WASH Services in the Mayo Tsanaga Sub-basin through Pilot Initiatives" which highlighted sanitation and health problems, including groundwater pollution by fluoride which causes bone and dental fluorosis among children, young girls and men in the region.
Other studies have highlighted the psychosocial impact of dental fluorosis on gender in Meri district. These initiatives in the analysis of the issue of fluoride in the Mayo Tsanaga sub-basin have resulted in the first joint solutions between GWP-Cmr, UNICEF and partners (CEDC, ACEEN, IRGM) : a local gender sensitization and training on dental fluorosis to reduce the stigmatization of young girls and the manufacture of a prototype of a household fluoride filter.
In order to share this new experience of action research for climate-resilient economic development in the region and to mobilize decision-makers, planners, technical and financial partners on the issue of fluorosis, GWP-Cmr has launched a call for consultation with a production studio or producer/director to lead and coordinate the production of this documentary.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
Interested qualified consultants should submit their technical and financial offer along with supporting documents (work profile/ Curriculum Vitae with 3 references) and at least three video documentaries produced to email@example.com clearly indicating “Submission for documentary producer, GWP-Cameroon” as the email subject.
Applications must be submitted electronically no later than 5 pm (Cameroon time) on January 6th, 2021. This call for applications is open to production houses and producers/directors in Cameroon.
New Deadline: January 15th at 5p.m (Cameroon Time)
GWP Cameroon will evaluate and shortlist consultant (s) based on experience and capacity as well as the quality of the technical and financial offer.
EXPECTED START DATE: Immediately the contract is signed.
DURATION OF THE CONTRACT: 2 months
See Terms of Reference (ToRs) for more details.