REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
Technical assistance for the graphic design for the Baseline Study Report on Attitudes and Perceptions of Gender and Masculinities of youth in Timor-Leste
Agency / Programme name: Paz y Desarrollo (PyD), Regional Program on ‘Economic and Social Empowerment with a Gender Perspective in Cambodia, Timor-Leste and Vietnam’
Task description: To produce graphic design both in Tetum and English with full version and summary for the baseline study report on attitudes and perceptions of gender and masculinities of youth in Timor-Leste. Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation is the donor for this project.
Type of Contract: Commercial contract for the provision of services
Application Deadline: Friday 11th July 2014
Duration of the task: Wednesday 16th July – 10th August 2014
- Project description
Paz y Desarrollo (PyD) is a Spanish international independent and non profit organization with neither religious nor political affiliation, founded in the year 1991 in Córdoba (Spain).
Paz y Desarrollo established a Regional Office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in 2009 to coordinate and support the work carried out by all its Country Offices in Asia: Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Philippines, East Timor and Vietnam.
In the case of East Timor, PyD first established an office in Dili in 2006, and from that moment onwards, the organization has been implementing rural development projects and programs (mainly in the areas of agriculture and fisheries) funded by the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID. In September 2010, we started the implementation process of two new programs, namely “Regional Program to Promote Gender Equality in Political Participation (Politics) in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Philippines, East Timor and Vietnam” and “Economic and social empowerment with gender perspective in Cambodia, East Timor, and Vietnam”. Both programs introduce three interconnected approaches:
- The human rights based approach (HRBA).
- The result based management approach (RBMA).
- The gender and development approach (GAD).
In 2010, we started the implementation process of the two Gender and Development Regional Programs mentioned above in Asia. The expected long term outcome of the ‘Economic and social empowerment with gender perspective in Cambodia, East Timor, and Vietnam” is to have contributed to the realisation of economic and social rights, to reduce poverty and improve gender sensitive social equity. Part of the regional program, PyD education project for prevention of gender based violence (GBV) that targets young men and women age 15-24, aims at contributing to prevent GBV in Timor-Leste. PyD has undergone the first baseline study report on “Attitudes and perceptions of gender and masculinities of youth in Timor-Leste”, implemented in collaboration with the National University of Timor-Leste (UNTL) and international academics from Monash University. Spanish Agency of International Cooperation and Development, AECID is the donor for this program.
- Objectives of the consultancy
To prepare the graphic design for a Baseline Study Report both in English and Tetum.
To prepare the graphic design for the summary of Baseline Study Report both in English and Tetum.
Collaborate with the Design and Communication team of PyD in order to respect PyD’s institutional image.
- Required qualifications for eligible candidates as follows:
- Advanced University Studies in communication, graphic design or other relevant areas.
- Previous experience as a graphic designer.
- Experience and understanding of Timor-Leste’s context.
- Submission of Tenders
Candidates are expected to submit:
– Curriculum Vitae
– Copy of the portfolio
– Photocopy of ID
– All documents, licenses and certifications proving the ability of the consultant to submit the deliverables according to Timor-Leste Law.
Only short-listed institutes/ organisations/ firms and individual consultants with teams will be contacted. PyD reserves the right to select institutes/ individuals prior to the closing date.
Rua Praia dos Coqueiros, Bairo Fatuhada, Dom Aleixo, Dili, East Timor