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  • Posted: Apr 15, 2021
    Deadline: Apr 30, 2021
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  • Palladium Group is a privately owned real estate company. Its core businesses are Portfolio and Development investments. The Group invests for its own account and in partnership with private and institutional investors. Its knowledge and expertise allow for a combination of efficiency and quality of life aspects through a global approach to residential and c...
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    Consultancy Services to Produce a Video Documentary for the USAID Integrated Health Program

    RFP Number: ARBP PC01 GL01 TL02
    Locations: Bauchi, Kebbi and Sokoto
    Project: Integrated Health Program, Bauchi, Kebbi and Sokoto

    Job Purpose

    • Palladium invites applications from suitably qualified individual consultants to help produce a video documentary that captures the organizations key results, successes and challenges, best practices and lessons learnt from its current program interventions.
    • The documentary will highlight success stories of beneficiaries of the interventions through the identification of protagonists, of whose eyes the stories will unfold across the entire spectrum of IHP’s interventions on health workers capacity building using the:
      • Low dose high frequency training approach,
      • Support to health financing/ Basic Health Care Provision Fund and
      • Health Information management Systems in selected IHP states (preferably Bauchi, Kebbi and Sokoto).

    Overall Objective

    • The overall objective of the assignment is to produce a program documentary film on IHP’s intervention in 3 selected states, highlighting best approaches, best practices, achievements in 3 key technical areas related to clinical training of health workers using low dose high frequency training approach, Support to health financing/ Basic Health Care Provision Fund and Health Information management Systems.

    Project

    • The Integrated Health Program (IHP) is a USAID-funded five-year project with a mandate to improve health systems, improve access to and increase quality of primary health care in designated states (Ebonyi, FCT, Sokoto, Bauchi, and Kebbi).
    • The USAID Integrated Health Program (IHP) is an expanded effort by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with the Government of Nigeria (GoN) to contribute to State-level reductions in child and maternal morbidity and mortality and increase capacity of public, private, and community health systems to sustainably support quality, integrated primary health care (PHC) services for reproductive health, family planning, and maternal, newborn, and child health plus nutrition, and malaria (RMNCH+NM).

    Timeline:

    • Applications are expected to be submitted on or before the due date as shown on the first page. Bidders are expected to submit both technical and financial bids and in two separate emails to [email protected] stating as part of the subject matter of the email whether “Technical bid” or “Financial bid” and also quoting the RFP number as it appears on the cover page. Applications received will have a validity period of six months.
    • Palladium will set up an evaluation committee who will meet to review all applications received within two weeks after the application period has closed. Top candidates may further be invited for an interview by the evaluation committee which will be conducted a week after the first evaluation. Depending on availability of the members of the evaluation committee and the exigences of the program, evaluation may be conducted at times which may be shorter or longer than stated here.
    • Palladium will most likely issue the contract to the successful contractor from this process within 30 to 60 days after submission. Palladium’s ability to issue such contracts may be contingent upon USAID approval and when donor approval is required, timelines for contract award may be longer than stated. Palladium hopes that the services to be rendered on this consultancy will commence on May 17, 2021.

    Type of Contract

    • This is a firm fixed price deliverable-based contract. The consultant is expected to satisfactorily accomplish the deliverables before he/she gets paid for that deliverable.
    • The IHP Chief of Party reserves the right to confirm if a deliverable is delivered adequately or otherwise. No price change is expected after contract is signed. IHP will not pay for cost of any deliverable that is not complete, of quality or on time.

    Anticipated Contract Term:

    • The anticipated performance period for the consultancy is May 2021 to June 2021. As a firm fixed price consultancy based on deliverables, Palladium will only pay for deliverables that have met the standards and expectations of the program and which is also delivered within assigned timelines.

    Specific Tasks for the Consultant
    Under the supervision of the Communications and KM Specialist, the consultant will be required to do the following:

    • Work with IHP KM/Comms and COP, key message theme personal, story idea and key messaging
    • Develop the documentary film’s overall concept and scenario.
    • Interview selected participants for the film who will include project grantees and beneficiaries, selected program staff and the IHP Chief of Party.
    • Perform appropriate video filming and shoot interviews with the selected interviewees (based on the list agreed upon with IHP) for the film.
    • Visit selected project sites in 3 states and interact with grantees, trained health workers, government officials, and other beneficiaries who have been impacted by IHP technical support and assistance to get the context.
    • Develop the documentary script and storyboard to be used in the film.
    • Perform appropriate video filming and shoot interviews with the projects’ beneficiaries and stakeholders.
    • Present a draft documentary for comments on contents.
    • The video should be clearly structured to speak IHP audience (USAID, State government, community
    • Provide videography equipment to conduct tasks
    • Use the USAID logo, bumper and standard lower thirds in the Gill Sans family (regular and light)
    • Each video would end with the tagline “ USAID From the American People”
    • Signed release forms signed by subject or verbal release for all shots taken.
    • Produce one final documentary film in DVD of 10 – 20min long and an edited version of not more than 5 mins.

    Scope of Work and Standards
    Background
    The USAID Integrated Health Program (IHP) is an expanded effort by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with the Government of Nigeria (GoN) to contribute to State-level reductions in child and maternal morbidity and mortality and increase capacity of public, private, and community health systems to sustainably support quality, integrated primary health care (PHC) services for reproductive health, family planning, and maternal, newborn, and child health plus nutrition, and malaria (RMNCH+NM).

    Purpose:

    • To showcase the results, impact and raise awareness to improve advocacy for of IHPs intervention in focal states, where the innovative low dose high frequency approach to capacity building for health workers and other IHP intervention is being implemented, IHP would like to recruit a consultant to help produce a video documentary that captures the organizations key results, successes and challenges, best practices and lessons learnt from its current program interventions.

    Roles and Responsibilities
    Under the supervision of the Communications and KM Specialist, the consultant will be required to do the following:

    • Work with IHP KM/Comms and COP, key message theme personal, story idea and key messaging
    • Develop the documentary film’s overall concept and scenario.
    • Interview selected participants for the film who will include project grantees and beneficiaries, selected program staff and the IHP Chief of Party.
    • Perform appropriate video filming and shoot interviews with the selected interviewees (based on the list agreed upon with IHP) for the film.
    • Visit selected project sites in 3 states and interact with grantees, trained health workers, government officials, and other beneficiaries who have been impacted by IHP technical support and assistance to get the context.
    • Develop the documentary script and storyboard to be used in the film.
    • Perform appropriate video filming and shoot interviews with the projects’ beneficiaries and stakeholders.
    • Present a draft documentary for comments on contents.
    • The video should be clearly structured to speak IHP audience (USAID, State government, community
    • Provide videography equipment to conduct tasks
    • Use the USAID logo, bumper and standard lower thirds in the Gill Sans family (regular and light)
    • Each video would end with the tagline “ USAID From the American People”
    • Signed release forms signed by subject or verbal release for all shots taken.
    • Produce one final documentary film in DVD of 10 – 20min long and an edited version of not more than 5mins.

    Eligibility Requirements

    • A minimum of 4 years of proven experience in film production.
    • Experience in development communication.
    • Have extensive experience in producing news, documentary films, TV programmes and short format films (proof of experience is a MUST).
    • Able to produce high quality broadcast video on tight deadlines on a variety of different issues and subject matter; Extensive experience in producing development work related documentaries for international organizations with the aim of reaching both local and international audiences.
    • Experience in working with USAID funded programs, UN agencies and other international organizations.
    • Excellent technical capacities (state of the art filming equipment preferably High Definition) to ensure smooth and high-quality production.
    • Good understanding of USAID branding and marking and experience with USAID funded programs
    • Ability to respect timeframes and meet deadlines
    • Written and spoken proficiency in English. Fluency in a local language, an asset.
    • Applications should include multimedia/video samples and/or a link to an online portfolio
    • A description of how their experience match the current work
    • Names and contact information of at least two references (of other similar clients).

    Technical Requirements:

    • Broadcast quality full HD video , 1920 x1080p.
    • Professional sound recording at minimum of 96 kHz/24-bit.
    • HD web files and HD DVD as final products.

    Required Skills:

    • Creative and leadership skills
    • Good interpersonal skills
    • Good communication skills (negotiation, moderation, representation, presentation of results)
    • Strong oral and writing skills in English, Fluency in a local language, an asset.

    Method of Application

    Interested and qualified candidates (Bidders) are expected to submit both Technical and Financial Bids and in two separate emails to: [email protected] stating as part of the subject matter of the email whether “Technical Bid” or “Financial Bid” and also quoting the RFP number as it appears on the Cover page.

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    Note: No late application will be received after the deadline.

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